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Coffee & Tea

Temple Coffee and Roasterie | Midtown Sacramento

Melanie Wong | May 10, 201511:11 PM     8

Day 2 of my February trip to Sacramento started off with morning coffee at Temple Coffee Roasters. I went to the Midtown location because the beans are roasted at this site.

Too chilly to sit outside but on a sunnier day, I'd be drawn to the sidewalk seating.

The friendly and knowledgeable staffer helped me choose the right roast for my first taste of Temple. No hipster attitude here.

I ordered a cappuccino made with Ethiopia Natural Boke Grade 1 espresso beans.

The fruity notes and seamless elegance of this cup was unlike anything I've tasted. Mind-blowingly complex.

This brewed Nicaraguan coffee was available for complimentary tasting.

Before heading out, I took a quick peek at the vintage coffee roaster.

Some time I'd like to take in the weekly public tasting.

Temple Coffee Roasters
2829 S St.
Sacramento CA 95816
916.454.1272
6am – 11pm
http://templecoffee.com/

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