Rest in peace, Short North Cup O'Joe. None of my blog
readers will ever know just what superficial opinions
I had about you.
Yes, I wear a bike helmet every where I go. It gives the
impression that I bike more than I do.
I did go to seven other coffee shops on the trail, but that was while I had my journalism cap on. I was busy taking notes then about how the coffee trail was formed, how sourcing, equipment and technique impacts the taste of coffee and how cold brew coffee and iced coffee are not the same thing. The shops' atmosphere and location blew me away, but I didn't really have a chance to walk in with a friend, sit down for some coffee and evaluate the experience at each shop like a costumer--which is the premise behind each post. I do intend to gradually visit and feature each shop in a blog post. Matt and I certainly don't mind visiting Columbus whenever we get the chance.
(To read more about the trail and my experience, read my travel piece appearing in the Nov. 9 travel section, or online at News-Herald.com)
Again, if you have suggestions of a coffee shop for a future entry, send it to me via firstname.lastname@example.org on Twitter at @SimonSaysNH.