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Melanie Wong | Jan 17, 201606:24 PM     8

My first stop on hitting town was Scout Coffee Co. Open for two years, the husband-and-wife founders are alums of Santa Cruz's Verve.

My full-caff macchiato was a quick pick-me-up, served with a sparkling water chaser enjoyed in a sun-lit cafe. It was a little hollow in the middle with a faintly bitter aftertaste. The beans are roasted by HoneyCo Coffee Roasters http://honeycocoffee.com/ in SLO which is under common ownership.

I admired the breakfast pastries in the case and learned that most are house-baked. I made a note to return in the morning, but sadly did not manage to squeeze it in. Another reason to come back to SLO.

Scout Coffee Co.
1130 Garden St
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
805.439.2175

Scout | Happy Coffee

scoutcoffeeco.com
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