Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Stella Java Is Moving to Mercado San Agustin

Posted By on Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 2:16 PM

Stella Java, the slick little cafe located in the Medical Plaza building next to St. Mary's Hospital, is moving into a space at Mercado San Agustin at 100 S. Avenida del Convento.

Stella Java uses coffee roasted locally by eXo Roast Co., which we wrote about a few weeks back, describing their commitment to quality coffee thusly:

For Stella Java, the roasting process is a personal one. Each coffee is unique, and we develop a specific roast profile to bring out the finest aspects of its character- the jasmine florality of a good Guatemalan, the forest earthiness of a Sumatran, the citrus or berry fruit notes of an Ethiopian. To reach this flavor potential, every Exo roast is manually craft-roasted in small batches on a beautiful gas-fired German Probat roaster by one of the company owners. No button pushing, no computer programs.

Mercado San Agustin is already a great place to dine or just hang out thanks to the various restaurants located there, and this bumps that greatness up quite a bit. Stella Java's new location is expected to open sometime this month.

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