Happy Memorial Day weekend! We celebrated a little early today, since I work the next two days. Look how delicious these sweets from @target are! Which one would you rather, a red velvet cookie or a vanilla cupcake? Or why not eat one of each because it's a holiday weekend 😂❤️ @keurig @hobbylobby @tjmaxx
"Release me, Cheryl, release me to do your will, to move heaven and earth, to orchestrate the players and summon the circumstances that will change your life completely, by doing your all out best with today.
That's all the leg-up I need, The Universe"
Always hitting the nail right on the head 🌻 So grateful for all the universe has brought into my life 🙏🏼 Another beautiful day was had, more lives were changed.. I'm a happy hippy 🤙🏼🌿 #getoutdoors#hiking#theuniverse
Yesterday, my mother asked me to attend one of her presentations in Ohio City. I woke up extra early and traveled down to West 25th street. Traffic moved surprisingly well, so I found myself with some extra time on my hands. I then spotted a new coffee shop and thought it was a perfect time to write a new review.
The Koffie Cafe is located off Market Avenue in the middle of Cleveland’s Ohio City. The location is very close to multiple eateries and the famous Great Lakes Brewery. Inside, the Koffie Cafe offers a very “homey” vibe, perfect for small meetings. They also offer seating outside to enjoy some of Cleveland’s wonderful weather in the summer.
The Koffie Cafe offers a lot of specialty drinks, and three different roasts of coffee. They also offer multiple meal and snack options, which include bakery items as well as different breakfast sandwiches and paninis for lunch. Everything was very affordable and there was a wide variety of options.
When I visited, I decided to get the dark roast they offered. Koffie Cafe doesn’t roast their own coffee, but supplies it through another roaster, Carasso’s Coffee. The coffee I had was very smooth and even. It was a little acidic from the first taste, but the cup didn’t have too bad of an aftertaste as a whole. It was definitely on the bolder side, but still enjoyable. The coffee was also very affordable coming in at $1.75 for a small.
Overall, if you’re looking for a solid dark roast option in Ohio City, definitely check out the Koffie Cafe. It was very affordable and had a nice, cozy vibe. Their breakfast and lunch options also looked very good and I can’t wait to try them soon. In the end, I’m giving this coffee experience a B rating.
No more instant coffee when camping! Thanks to my husband (who doesn't even drink coffee, btw...a fact that makes the gift all the more sweeter), I now have a portable French press and a portable coffee grinder. I can now be a coffee snob even when I'm in "the wild". 😄