“I love the java jive” (Manhattan Transfer)

As recounted in our daughters’ post, our exploration of Colima included a tour of two coffee farms.  We learned that volcanic soil, high elevations, and organic growing practices resulted in exceptionally high quality beans.  We also experienced coffee prepared the old fashioned way, roasted over an open fire.  For Seattle coffee aficionados (some might call us snobs), enjoying cappuccinos while viewing the volcano’s changing moods was a treat.

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The beans.

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The roaster.

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The grinder.

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The coffee bar.

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The view.

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  1. Elena

    Beats Starbucks!

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