Ahead of International Coffee Day on Tuesday (1 Oct), Seattle has been voted the number one coffee city in the US.
A coffee lover’s haven ever since the launch of the very first Starbucks in 1971, Seattle is a town that knows its java.
From small batch roasters to the global caffeine phenomena, it’s no wonder the Emerald City has just been named the number one coffee city in America (according to a recent study by WalletHub - just in time for International Coffee Day.
Seattle’s Starbucks empire is ever expanding, with cafes on nearly every street corner, including the famous Starbucks Reserve Roastery & Tasting Room with its coffee library of single-origin beans.
Independent coffee shops have also left their mark on the Emerald City, with creative espresso drinks and unique brewing methods like ‘multi roasters’ setting its offering apart.
Milstead & Co. is a must-visit for coffee connoisseurs, with baristas individually brewing each cup of Joe and constantly experimenting with their roasters to offer different blends and flavours.
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