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“Intimate”
Review of World Cup Cafe

World Cup Cafe
Ranked #1 of 13 Coffee & Tea in Taos
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed May 7, 2013

Perfect cappuccino, New York Times, artsy postcards for sale, locals gathered outside to soak up the sun and coffee.

Thank Cubaanne
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Reviewed April 16, 2013

most importantly they know how to make a cappucino - great job. homemade baked goods - not allergy free stuff but worth a visit. always great to see good artwork on the walls. can't sit inside - just get the coffee and go...

Thank CooksCO
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Reviewed April 13, 2013

We enjoyed catching a bagel and iced green tea here each morning on our day trips. I especially enjoyed the whole wheat bagel with olive oil. It is a funky little place that makes you feel at the heart of it all.

Thank Gary W
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Reviewed February 21, 2013

Being transplants from Seattle, my boyfriend and I are on a perpetual quest for coffee shops with character and good espresso in the Mountain West and SW region of the US. On a recent trip through Taos we stopped at World Cup and were pleasantly surprised. Their menu has inventive espresso drinks, and we both landed on the mocha with orange zest (a vacation splurge). It was bittersweet and didn't feel like I was drinking a milkshake, which is sometimes the case with mochas. The espresso flavor stood up to orange zest, and the light cocoa flavor mellowed it all out. Note: this is not the place to go if you're looking for a McDonald's frappe-style drink! If you love coffee, you'll love this place.

Thank Brenna R
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Reviewed February 3, 2013

World Cup is a local's place to meet and talk, and to sit out on the portal with your coffee to watch the world go by with the beautiful Taos mountains and the main road through Taos as the background. When Ed Sandoval is in his studio, he is usually working on a painting in the parking lot. And parking your car is a little tough there. Try to find a place on the plaza and walk up. It's alot easier. The Mocha Borgia is to die for!

Thank Mackcampbell1
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