Going on right now, if you're reading this in the AM that is, you have until 10am to get down and try some of the area's best coffees.
Wow am I geeking on caffiene.
Tim and George interviewed Ms 5chw4r7z and I, those guys are good, set me up for a laugh and I walked right into it.
I'm not one for fufu flavored coffees but La Terza with the Hawaiian Hazelnut, the nose heavy with coconut and aromatic, but it didn't mess the taste up, almost a bold coffee, really liked that one. I'm already familiar with their coffee though, I've been drinking their Park+Vine blend, sold, oddly enough, or maybe not, at Park+Vine.
The coffee guy has an interesting setup, everything is propane powered, no need for generators. He said he hangs out in the mornings around Court and Sycamore, explains why I've never heard of him before.
UPDATE: I forgot the most important information I learned, Bob from Tazza Mia is talking about relocating his roasting operation from West Chester to downtown, maybe incorporating tours and demos. How cool is that?[where:616 Vine St, Cincinnati, OH 45202]best place to learn how to live downtown cincinnati ohio the ethos of Cincinnati