We’ve felt for awhile now that our deli options could better serve you, our customers. We know you love simple, flavorful, grab and go lunches that make your life easier. If it can be healthy and fresh, plus earth- and allergy-conscious, all the better!
Enter our newest deli option: lunch boxes. Each one includes a main dish and a side of fresh fruit or veggies, and in some a dessert, all for $8.99:
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Can you feel it? That warm hint on the breeze that tells you spring is here to stay? We couldn’t be more excited to embrace all the things that come with spring, and we’ve tried to encapsulate all of those wonderful things in our spring drink menu. All of your flavor bases are covered, from tropical coconut and pineapple to berries and pomegranate. We’re bringing back last year’s wildly popular White Peach tea and creating some fantastic Arnold Palmer iced tea and lemonade combinations. Take our quiz to discover your go-to summertime drink, then check out the full menu below!
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Each coffee bean is precious.
If I were to sum up what I’ve learned from our trip to Guatemala, it would be that. The amount of thought, care, and very hard work that goes into every cup of coffee that we drink is astounding.
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Last week, we began the journey that a coffee bean takes from farm to cup. We talked about how what the plants look like, and how they’re harvested. So this week, we’re going to finish up that journey and dive into the processing of the picked coffee fruit, and all of the amazing steps that a coffee bean will go through once it’s been harvested.
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The life of a coffee bean from farm to cup is a pretty remarkable one. It’s a journey that spans years of hard work and thousands of miles traveled. It’s something that’s so disconnected from our daily lives that we don’t often think about it when we grind and brew those little brown beans each morning.
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When we agreed to accompany our friends from Zion Coffee on a trip to Guatemala, we honestly didn’t know what to expect . Rachel and I knew that we wanted to learn much more about the coffee farming process to broaden our own appreciation for the countless cups we serve in our shop. We wanted to see exactly how coffee beans are picked, processed, and shipped, but we ended up coming home with something much more important.
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