Friday, July 27, 2012

Where to get good coffee in post-apocalyptic Seattle

You'd be surprised how many places have coffee in post-apocalyptic Seattle, but unless your well-armed enough to make your way up to the Joe Bar Enclave or have an in to the Starbucks Bastion down south, New Belltown is your best bet. Even though there's nothing like a global economy any more, there are enough ocean nomads and blockade runners to keep a slow trickle of beans from the far South. A few isolated growers seem to be able to produce batches of beans hydroponically, although the hybrid beans are a little wonky sometimes. And there's always that instant stuff from the Starbucks facility, though no one;s quite sure what they're making it out of.

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3 Comments:

Blogger changz said...

It has finally come to be, that with the eventual demise of Seattle, hybrid coffee beans can be harvested and roasted through automated process, and the labour shortage no longer an issue?

July 27, 2012 at 11:21 AM

 
Blogger daniellaprice30 said...

I've been to Seattle once and there are several coffee shops that offers great tasting coffees. One of them I've head has their coffee beans suppliers in Perth and so it makes me wanna buy from their supplier too and have my small coffee business.

August 13, 2012 at 10:47 PM

 
Blogger Muhammad Amir said...

Even though there's best espresso machine review nothing like a global economy any more, there are enough ocean nomads and blockade runners to keep a slow trickle of beans from the far South.

January 30, 2013 at 11:17 PM

 

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