Where you can drink wood-roasted coffee – imbibe magazine

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With regards to coffee, roasters from Northern California to Maine are fanning the flame of the ancient tradition, roasting espresso beans more than a crackling, wood-fueled fire. Curious for any taste? Listed here are five cafés brewing up a few of the country’s favorite wood-roasted beans.

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San Francisco Bay Area bean fiends have three Coffee Bar locations to select from for any taste of Mr. Espresso’s oak-roasted beans. Visit the Kearny place for the Neapolitan blend pulled via La Marzocco, or a rotating choice of Mr. Espresso’s single-origin beans made in single-serving pour overs. Multiple locations, Bay Area, coffeebarsf.com

Cricket Café

Portlanders love big breakfasts almost around they love coffee, and also at mtss is a.michael. institution, the 2 combine for brunch time perfection. Besides the biscuits and gravy, eggy scrambles and towering French toast, it is also where one can drink cup after steaming cup of wood-roasted coffee from Millar’s Genuine, whose old-fashioned wood-given roaster lives just an hour’s drive towards the north. 3159 SE 32nd St., Portland, Or, cricketcafepdx.com


There isn’t any messing around with this particular recently opened up café (with the Museum of Sex, believe it or not), whose house brew originates from the one and only Maine-based wood roaster, Matt’s. And therefore are individuals buttery croissants and sticky buns from Balthazar we spy within the pastry situation? Yes, yes they’re. 1 E. 27th St., New You are able to, willyouplaywith.us

Speckled Ax

The home café for Matt’s Wood Roasted Organic Coffee, the Speckled Ax (named for Ben Franklin’s life story, believe it or not) features nerdy coffee gadgetry (re: siphon containers) for brewing up periodic, single-origin wood-roasted beans. 567 Congress St., Portland, Maine, speckledax.com

Summermoon Coffee Bar

From brisket to corncobs to espresso beans, Texans will roast almost anything more than a wood flame. This South Austin café is really a local favorite because of its house-roasted, wood-fired espresso beans made up via espresso, or perhaps in its signature Summermoon latte. 3115 S. first St., Austin, woodfiredcoffee.com

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2016 IMBIBE 75: Meaghan Dorman