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Do you take coffee seriously?

Slow Brew Coffee Cafe is exactly what the Doctor ordered. If you love excellent coffee small batch roasted in a Turkish 'topper' by a professionally trained barista this Cafe is for you. 

Every Sunday morning, while you are sleeping, Slow Brew Coffee Cafe owner Diego Arevalo drives 45 minutes to Paute to roast hand selected coffee for his Cafe and his customers.  He bakes all his own desserts, including Rough Knuckle Blueberry and Chocolate Scones during the week and takes pride in their freshness and ability to compliment his expertly crafted coffee drinks.

This week he is offering two varieties of coffee. The first is Saraguro / Loja which is grown at an altitude of 1900 m.a.s.l. The variety is: Typica, process: Honey. It was roasted on the 1st of September and the cost is $6 dollars.

The second being offered is San José de Minas / Pichincha, grown at an altitude 1450 m.a.s.l. Variety: Typica - sydra, process: full washed. It was roasted: 25 August. It is offered at the cost of $8 dollars.

The more you know, the more you can enjoy some of the best coffee on the planet. Come by and talk coffee, have a cup, take home a bag.

Most of all enjoy and be well.

10 AM to 1:30 PM and 3 to 7 PM Monday through Saturday,

While supply lasts after 10 AM, Located at Aurelio Aguilar between Avenida Solano and Federico Proaño Aurelio Aguilar between Avenida Solano and Frederico Proano.

Doug Morgan