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Rough Knuckle Sconery is on the move

First off, I would like to thank all of Mozart Coffee Cafe’s customers for purchasing one of our Scones,
Biscotti or Cuenca Clotted Cream during the month of October. Because of your kind purchases Rough Knuckle Sconery was able to donate $115 to the Cuenca Soup Kitchen.

We felt so good making the donation that we have decided to do it again. Yes, you heard correctly. We will be donating our profit for the month of November to the Cuenca Soup Kitchen.

I did say that Rough Knuckle Sconery was on the move and I would like to mention that Rough Knuckle Sconery products while continuing to be offered at Mozart Coffee Cafe can now also be purchased at the cafe in Museo del Sombrero de Paja Toquilla at 10-41 Calle Larga as well. You cannot miss this place because there is a hat hanging on the wall at the entrance that must be at least 10 feet wide. The Cafe is located at the rear of the museum, just go to the back wall and climb the stairs on the right and be prepared for a breathtaking view of the Rio Tomebamba and all the way to the basin wall. This is truly a hidden gem offering both indoor and outdoor seating.

Cuenca.

Doug Morgan