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The Coffee I Won’t Stop Drinking

By Ben Blair

I’m a New Yorker and I love the coffee in this city. There are so many great options, many of which I can get within a few minutes with a simple walk outside. Unfortunately, there’s not enough time in the day to try them all.

It was just last week when I stumbled upon my favorite new coffee. In fact, this is the best coffee I’ve ever tried in my life. That’s a really bold statement when you consider how much coffee I actually drink.

Stumptown Coffee Roasters is a Portland chain with a very homegrown approach. While they’ve maintained a limited number of locations, the company’s owner recently relocated to Brooklyn, bringing about a few new locations in the New York area.

Many patrons of Stumptown praise the high quality of the entire menu, but I’ve stuck with the regular house brew so far and it’s excellent. The cafe lattes and the cappuccinos are said by many to be even better than the regular coffee.

Interestingly enough, the prices aren’t much higher than those that you’d find at a Starbucks or Dunkin’ Donuts. This is a great thing when you consider the difference in the quality of the beans. One negative is the fact that they only accept cash, though I don’t know if that’s specific to the location I’ve been to.

Amazingly, Stumptown Coffee Roasters almost has a cult-like following. Those who’ve tried it swear by the brand and refuse to drink any other kind of coffee.

Seattle residents are going as far as saying that Stumptown has the best coffee in their city. When a coffee chain is winning the praise of drinkers in a huge coffee city like Seattle, I think the praise speaks for itself.

Make it a point to get to a Stumptown if you live in a city with a location. While there aren’t many of them, it’s worth the small trip if it requires a few extra minutes of your time.

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