Thursday, February 26, 2009

Starbucks, Entrance to Southwest Terminal, LAX Airport

Gotta love that Starbucks in the Southwest Terminal at LAX. Fast, courteous, efficient, and friendly. My thanks to Shanee for serving up a very nice tall "Red Eye". Thanks, Shanee.

Euromoka Coffee, Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Los Angeles, CA

My thanks to the wonderful servers at Euromoka, a coffee kiosk outside the main entrance to Kaiser Permanente Hospital in West Los Angeles. I started off with a question: "Do you have a web site?" I wanted to email them these comments. Too busy serving coffee to make one, they said. I got their strongest (French Roast) with a shot of espresso, and they served me the "Red Eye". Very nice, indeed. "You will enjoy that coffee" the server said with a grin. Thanks Euromoka.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Royal Coffee - Hampton Inn fame

Hampton Inn (Merced, CA) from the Hilton chain serves Royal Coffee (Birmingham, AL) as their "robust" flavor. It is the best I've tasted. Not too bitter, just strong enough to get a sincere coffee drinker excited. My hats off to Royal Coffee and to Hampton Inn. Thank you!

The Coffee Buddha

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Fresno Yosemite International Airport - 11 Feb - Peets Coffee and Tea

I love the human touch to a coffee establishment. I have to say that your employee, Jennifer, at the Fresno Airport, is an employee who loves her work, and it showed. I came in, not knowing exactly what I wanted, but after her guidance, was very happy with your coffee. I keep it simple, "Coffee of the Day", and it was very nice, not bitter like some, and Jennifer's ability to serve it was a plus. Thank you Peets Coffee and Tea. Keep up the good work.

MillCreek Coffee Roasters - Salt Lake City

If you are interested in a unique, relaxing environment and a very nice cup of coffee, try Millcreek Coffee Roasters in Salt Lake City. I had the coffee of the day - Bolivian, with an extra shot of espresso. Wow, very nice flavor, and even served with a smile. The walls are decorated with empty burlap coffee bags from all over the world.Free wifi for those of you that can't get enough of the "connection".One other note: They actually do roast their own coffee. There are several large roasters in the back, which probably add to the atmosphere and "flavor" when in use.Millcreek Coffee Roasters is located at 657 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Phone: 801 595 8646. Tell them the CoffeeBuddha sent you.