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How I learned about Huckleberry Roasters
One sleepy morning, I first learned about (and enjoyed a cup from) Huckleberry Roasters while I was visiting Seventh Flag Coffee in Austin, Texas. I love Seventh Flag because they tend to feature new and interesting roasters along with some standards from around the Austin area. That, and it’s a quick bike ride from my place in South Austin.
I took a quick flight to Denver to visit my friends on the 4th of July in Denver. After I arrived, I wanted to keep my caffeine buzz going, so I searched for local coffee joints on FourSquare. Imagine my surprise when Huckleberry Roasters came up just a couple blocks from where we were. I could barely believe it (I had just tasted their coffee only a couple weeks before).
About Huckleberry Roasters
Their storefront is everything you’d expect from a third wave coffee shop in the US. There’s outdoor seating, it’s dog friendly, there’s a warm minimalist vibe inside the physical space, and– oh yea, they roast and serve awesome single-origin coffee. While I was there I grabbed a cup of Huckleberry Roasters and was pleased with not only the friendliness of their service but the taste of this juicy and intensely aromatic coffee.
Colorado has a growing micro-roast and craft coffee scene, and this roaster is one of many that can make your tastebuds tingle. There’s good stuff coming out of Huckleberry Roasters and I strongly suggest you grab a cup, especially if you happen to be visiting Snooze – an A.M. eatery, which is right around the corner.
Have you been to Huckleberry Roasters and enjoyed a cup of coffee? Have you tasted the coffee somewhere else and have some tips or comments? Leave them in the comments section for other coffee lovers to enjoy!