Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Get Excited, Caffeine Addicts: Tucson Coffee Crawl Events Have Been Posted

Posted By on Tue, Oct 23, 2012 at 11:32 AM

If you love our local coffee shops (and you damn well should, considering the both the quantity and quality of cafés in this town) then you need to check out Tucson Coffee Crawl. Adam wrote a bit about it last week, but now their website is finally completed and includes a list of upcoming events.

A handful of cafés, including Cartel Coffee Lab, Sparkroot, eXo Roast Co., and Caffe Luce are set to participate, while local roasters Yellow Brick Coffee and Adventure Coffee Roasting are setting up shop in 47 Scott and Brewd downtown.

For the list of events and workshops, check out their site here.

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