I got a cappuccino. It was excellent. The atmosphere was cold . The two people working were extremely standoffish. They were not mean. But they were not friendly at all. I was in a small town and the coffee is what mattered to me. But...More
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Yes, you don't stop for customer service, no matter which day of the week! Just order the delicious baked good and if you can't be without your cup o' Joe then don't be surprised if you have to stand their lack of kindness.
We tried them for their coffee and it was excellent. So was their chai. The pastries didn't appear to be made on site. It is a tiny little place with very little seating. We can recommend them for their coffee and chai.
The World Cup has the best baristas who clearly know what they’re doing. The espresso is the best out of anything in northern New Mexico. Oh and it’s nice that the baristas actually know the difference between a latte and cappuccino,which seems hard for other...More
We found ourselves in need of coffee before our inn began serving breakfast and this place really hit the spot. Friendly staff and a good cup of coffee...really hit the spot!
Delicious local coffee shop with inventive coffee drinks; friendly staff and New Yorker cartoons on the wall
We generally get coffee here a few times when we visit Taos. This year, my daughter discovered something called a Mocha Borgia, which is a chocolate coffee with orange zest in it. We went back for more the next day, and it's fantastic either hot...More
I consider myself an espresso connoisseur, after all I'm Cuban, we know our industrial strength coffees. The espresso I had here today was the best I've ever had. I kid you not ! It was so good I ordered a second double espresso. The service...More
This place has terrific coffee--I recommend the Mocha Borgia (with real orange zest!) or the Mocha Picante. We went late in the morning and the scones were fresh and delicious. The staff were super friendly and helpful.