Today’s coffee shop features come from San Rafael, CA. The first two pictures are out of Aroma Cafe. A super spacious coffee shop with an extensive amount of tables. Outlets are limited, though. This place also makes for a great brunch spot, with many food choices from sandwiches to pasta. Iced Mocha: 4/5. The second coffee shop in the area was Red Whale Coffee. I only stopped by for a quick drink before heading back home, but wow. Their iced mocha is to die for. Probably my favorite one so far. 5/5. They also have a unique drink called the Krypton Ice, a cold brew with a spheric ice cube that keeps the drink cold for several hours. Advertisements
Cuppertino, CA @BJ’s Very hoppy beer. 5.7%, 40 mod. 4/5
Today’s mocha feature comes from San Jose. Voyager Craft Coffee, a modern space with the perfect ambient noise for your work days. Iced mocha as always. Yummy chocolate goodness without the artificial powder. Lots of space but seating can be limited during peak hours. Excellent customer service, talked to the barista about Porter and Madeon because i was wearing their show hat. 4.5/5
Had this one at a comedy club in sunnyvale, went to go see steve hoffman. An amazing comedian, if you get a chance you need to check him out . As for the beer, 4 stars.
Good stuff here, super strong for sure. 4 Stars.
To start off my bucket list, me and some friends went to Hermitage, a microbrewery located in in the sections of downtown San Jose. I initially was going to make this list 100, but the bartender suggested that was “easy” and now I’ve bumped my list to 250. Fortunately for me, I knocked off 4 different IPAs that day. I’m actually missing one more here and I can’t forget what it’s named…but trust I did drink 1 more. 🙂