We proudly present to you our newest feature: PDXpresso’s Mugshot of the Month! This a quick post to celebrate our current favorite coffees in the city.
Our first recipient is Good Coffee (review here) for their Cortado! A Cortado is a small beverage with a 1:1 ratio of espresso and milk. Good Coffee delivers them with exquisite balance. Not to be left out, their seasonal Maple and Smoked Orange Latte is also delight guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth!
How does one say something new about Heart Roasters?! That’s been my challenge with this review. I’ve conceded to just going on and on about how fantastic I think they are. Continue reading “Heart is where the Heart is!”
Boise has a surprisingly nice airport!
On the 5th of July I ventured into the unknown: IDAHO. Yep! The land of our very own Josh Belville. It had been a couple years since I’d left the state for more than a day. Joining my lady friend Lauren for the latter part of her family reunion was just the ticket I needed. I was overdue. Continue reading “My Own Caffeinated Idaho”
Much debate exists over the continued growth of the city of Portland. People are moving here, rents are raising, and high rise apartment buildings are popping up all over. Arguments happen daily over these issues. Less debatable is a great cafe in the bottom of two of those high rise buildings. Good Coffee truly is. GOOD. COFFEE. Continue reading “Good Coffee Truly Is!”
Stumptown Coffee Roaster’s released their canned cold brew yesterday in celebration of, apparently, ‘National Cold Brew Day’. This one joins the cartons with milk or chocolate milk and the stubby’s. The special thing about this one? It’s friggin’ NITRO people. Continue reading “Get Canned! (Keep your job!)”
Named after the wonderful people behind the counter, Barista has been a Portland coffee institution since 2009. They are a multi-roaster cafe, which means they rotate coffees from Portland’s greatest roasters as well as a selection of roasters from all over North America. Continue reading “Barista (4), more than just a friendly face behind the counter! 823 NW 23rd Ave”
Much has been made of Portland being a cyclist city. Well, some of the fixie-riding hipsters decided to switch over to motorcycles cuz they got tired of showing up to basement house shows and their favorite dive bars drenched in sweat. Okay, I’m kidding but there are lots of people in Portland cruising around on hogs! The crew behind See See clearly saw the opportunity early on! Thus, a great cafe was born! Continue reading “See See Motor COFFEE”