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Reviewed May 27, 2017

Unique coffee offered in a low key location in a warehouse area. Pour over was better than average, but limited options. Worth a stop if you are in El Paso and looking for the local approach to roasting beans.

Date of visit: May 2017
Reviewed April 27, 2017

I was in town visiting El Paso and looking for some fresh ground beans (coffee) for my french press...I found this shop online and located it with my smart phone (Google Maps). Easy to find/location, convenient, friendly service, clean, small, and quaint! It smells amazing......Love my coffee...grabbed a pound of their beans and they were able to coarsely, grind, perfectly for my french press...delicious coffee...would recommend it to everyone who loves coffee in El Paso! Hard to find fresh roasted, coarse ground coffee for your special treat!!More

Date of visit: April 2017
Reviewed December 3, 2016 via mobile

Excellent place for a great coffee, the taste is perfect. We like almond lattes and almond cold brew they are simply delicious

Date of visit: December 2016
Reviewed October 21, 2016

I go here at least once a week. I just love how it is decorated, and the taste of the coffee! Im a latte-er and its one of the best I have had, They also have a toast with either apricot jelly or cinnamon sugar....Both are yummy! The bread is locally made and SO GOODMore

Date of visit: July 2016
Reviewed August 29, 2016 via mobile

They have consistently awesome drinks. One of the best iced caramel lattes I've had. We also buy their beans for use at home. Small place out of the way. Usually 1-2 baristas but it can get busy so plan a few minutes extra for your...trip. It's always worth it!More

Date of visit: August 2016
Reviewed March 17, 2016 via mobile

This coffee shop is a bit East of major North-South road (Lee Treviño) on the booming East side. It was a gratifying experience to sweet java being crafted by barista Paola. I savored every drop of it, enhanced exponentially by the pervasive scent that only...fresh coffee can bring!More

Date of visit: April 2015
Reviewed March 8, 2016 via mobile

Great coffee. Very quiet and a great treat. There coffee is amazing and is super smooth. I will be picking up some of there beans for home brew.

Date of visit: March 2016
Reviewed February 24, 2015

A coffee shop AND coffee roaster establishment. Urban chic interior, modern with a chemistry lab feel. There is a splendid display of steel roasting engines to the back/left of the counter. The best coffee I have had in El Paso! VERY clean. It was a...bit out of the way for me however well worth the trip! I highly recommend that you try a cup of Joe here or stop in to purchase some beans...they also sell slices of bread from the fantastic Belle Sucre bakery with organic butter/jam to go with your coffee :)More

Date of visit: February 2015
Reviewed April 3, 2014

I'd never heard of this new business and the location was unfamiliar to me, so was late to my meeting with Ben & Victor of Velopaso. In fact, I passed the location twice before Ben cell-called me, wondering why I wasn't there. Within a few...minutes--and another wrong turn--I motored into the strip mall parking, stopping beside their motor vehicle. I had taken an hour off work to discuss the future of bicycling here, in "The Hidden Gem of the World", and show the powers-that-be a unified voice of reason, practicality, and just plain common sense to support this marvelous activity in a on-the-cusp community. And what better place than in a source of one of my all-time favorite am beverages when bike touring? (I tend to abstain when not bike touring--my body is incredibly sensitive to the intense caffeine, and certainly never imbibe after noon!) (Except sometimes!) This is a relatively new coffee house in town, and only the second actual roaster in town. The scent nearly drove me to drink, but I knew better, instead purchasing an 8-ounce bag of freshly ground "El Lucero" a medium roast/whole bean originally from Tapachula, Chiapas, MX; it's labeled as a "balanced cup with soft nutty, dark chocolate, and cinnamon/vanilla notes with a sweet medium acidity.". The description alone makes me glad I bought it, for when I start caffeinating again, by java--but the sad truth is I had no more cash on hand. I could have used my VISA credit card, but the temptation to buy too much or the more expensive Ethiopian beans would have been excessive, and I've lately been spending a LOT of $$$$ on expected travel with my Octogenarian mother in two months....! Anyway, Paulina, the owner/operator/barista, graciously allowed us to stay beyond closing time (09:00-16:00, M-F) while we figured out a single page to deliver our message with, especially since I'm on the agenda with the MPO for the 04APR2014 meeting. (Fortunately, my paid workload is under control and I'm comfortable taking two hours off for this most important function regarding the future of transportation in my beloved adopted city! Currently, East-West bicycle transit is deplorable due to construction/indifferent/unregulated local, county & state efforts, and El PasoTX is a significant pin in the Southernmost trans-continental route. I feel that regardless whether you are pedaling cross-town or cross-country, it MUST be made safer & more efficient!) Back to this fine eatery, there are ample other sandwiches and interesting eats to complement the always tempting coffee. Actually, most interesting to me were many of the decorations in this less-than-five year old building: bicycle wheels and other ornaments befitting what ought to be a true pedalers' hangout. No need to try to replicate a real shop though--this place is simply spic-and-span clean, way too neat (especially if compared to my own bike repair area at home), and focused upon teasing the nostrils until the tastebuds verify the joy of joe. This is such a great addition to the Eastside, but the location isn't easy to find, just NorthWest of the James Watt & Allen Bradley Drive intersection, which is just uphill from the Lee Trevino & James Watt intersection. However, once found, I'm sure to return as you will too. Unfortunately, the hours are not conducive to early am or late afternoon business, which kind of cuts me out--I start my (bike touring) day out with hot & dark, and, if possible, chocolate milk, too! I highly encourage you patronize this fine eatery!More

Date of visit: April 2014
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