Quick Clover

Stopped by Artigiano’s Hornby location. It was packed with a line to the door and noisy. Awesome to see that kind of vibrancy in the middle of a weekday afternoon! Anyways, I meant to commend them on their Clover offerings. I had the Colombia Cup of Excellence Palacio, the number 4 of the past auction. It was very very good. Great profile, covered all that the information sheet mentioned. It’s too bad it’s not closer. Mind you, I do have the Elysian for a Clover…


5 Responses to “Quick Clover”

  1. 1 Lindsayhttp://www.caffeartigiano.com March 9, 2006 at 9:46 pm

    Glad you stopped by, however next time say hi, always nice to meet fellow baristas in Vancouver!

  2. 2 Anonymous March 10, 2006 at 7:06 pm

    Or better yet… try out the Clover at Discovery Coffee in Victoria http://www.discoverycoffee.ca… Sam Jones has some incredible PNG, Guatemala, Peru.
    It’s the only cafe in Canada where you can watch the beans be roasted on Diedrich and then two steps away have coffee off the Clover…
    it’s shit hot… shit hot.

    – Robert (2% Jazz)

  3. 3 Anonymous March 16, 2006 at 11:30 am

    I really don’t think Victoria is closer to Wicked Cafe than Caffe Artigiano, Robert.

    But way to plug your own work place.

    …or should I say former work place…


  4. 4 Peter March 16, 2006 at 12:33 pm

    Wha? What’s going on here?

  5. 5 Anonymous March 16, 2006 at 4:15 pm

    Or better yet, go to Peru where you can pick the beans yourself!


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