Sunday Photo – Blue Bottle Cappuccino

I love coffee, but as a concession to certain personal health concerns I generally try to stay away from it. Last weekend in Williamsburg, Brooklyn with my wife, we passed by a Blue Bottle coffee shop, one of the few in the country at this point. Having heard a lot about Blue Bottle, especially from my friend Chuck (of the wonderful and authoritative foodblog ChuckEats), who raves about their coffee, I tossed caution to the wind to try some. This was a delicious cappuccino – full-bodied, rich and complex. My wife had the cold-brewed New Orleans style iced coffee, also rich and delicious. Come what may, I’m glad I tried it, but I’m glad it is relatively difficult for me to get, becauseI would be tempted to drink it with some frequency. That could be a problem.


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One Response to Sunday Photo – Blue Bottle Cappuccino

  1. Laissez Fare says:

    I totally understand. I love coffee too but am trying to seriously cut back. Down to one shot in the mornings basically, some days w/out. This is a beautiful photo. I have tried their whole beans and ground them at home, but yet to make it to one of their cafes. Waiting for the one in Rockefeller Center to open, but that will be dangerous as very close to my work! 🙂 & 🙁

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