Thank you for your coffee, Seignor. I shall miss that when we leave Casablanca, ‘as Ingrid Bergman spoke in her hushed, husky tone making Casablanca one of the most celebrated movies in Hollywood, she also elevated that quintessential warm mug of smoking coffee to new heights. Be it falling in love over a steaming cup, or just taking an idle break and penning down words like author Ernest Hemingway often did in a pleasant and friendly café, over a café au lait, it’s always an exciting experience to just sit and laze at a café of your choice. But what about a café that brings hearts together and unites a community through love and friendship? It stands to create history for sure. Just like Arsaga’s Coffee Shop did at Fayetteville.
So in conclusion here's what made my particular first hand experience great:
Thanks to Cary & Team for a hospitable visit and best ventures into a successful 2017!
As a food merchandising consultant, last year's travels took us across the U.S. for a fun bunch of unique food industry projects but also simultaneously my entirely informal review of America's greatest coffeehouses, cafes, and espresso bars. Granted, any coffeehouse in a city I did not visit had a serious handicap in this exercise. Yet, frequent travel provides ample opportunities to sample and experience coffee in a variety of translations and retail environments. I've asked one of our writers to research and chronicle a bit more below to share in more narrative about an everyday visit to my favorite coffee experience in 2016: Arsagas Coffee:
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