Liv’s March Coffee Roundup!

There is still a week left in March, but as the month draws to a close, I wanted to highlight some of the new coffee I tried. These drinks run the gamut from cold brew to whole bean coffee, pre-ground coffee, and a mushroom-based chaga packet for iced lattes! Without further ado, let’s spill theContinue reading “Liv’s March Coffee Roundup!”

Mug Half Full: Middlebury’s Royal Oak Coffee stays positive and builds community

Operating a small business is no easy feat, let alone when you add in navigating a global pandemic within your first year of opening. Husband-and-wife team Matt and Aless Delia-Lobo certainly could not have predicted quite how challenging the road ahead would be when they first opened Royal Oak, a specialty coffee shop in Middlebury,Continue reading “Mug Half Full: Middlebury’s Royal Oak Coffee stays positive and builds community”

Local Coffee Spotlight: 1a Coffee Roasters

Wilmington, Vermont’s recently-opened 1a Coffee operates out of a cheerful, cozy building, with blue clapboards and a red roof. The welcoming exterior reflects the friendly, community-centered space inside, brewing delicious and sustainable coffee. The clean, simple aesthetic is certainly in keeping with 1a’s origins; the cafe is named after the building number of husband-and-wife co-foundersContinue reading “Local Coffee Spotlight: 1a Coffee Roasters”

Best of New England Cold Brew Coffee Roundup

For many New Englanders, drinking iced coffee even in the dead of winter is a point of pride, maybe even a cultural norm. As a coffee drinker in Massachusetts, I am no exception. As you may or may not know if you’ve been following along with my Instagram page for a while, I am aContinue reading “Best of New England Cold Brew Coffee Roundup”

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