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SOON… This will be Coldbrew!

While some national chains are just now waking up to the benefits of cold-brewed coffee versus iced coffee, independent shops like us have been making this magic from day one. Instead of taking some regular drip coffee and adding ice,…

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The Season of Coldbrew

When it’s hot outside, there’s no better way to stay caffeinated than with something cold. And our coldbrew is smooth, strong, and delicious, whether you drink it straight-up, or through our nitrogen stout tap. We use locally-roasted Redwall espresso from…

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Vegas Coffee Shops

When JJ and I started Grouchy John’s Coffee there were only a few independent coffee shops in Vegas, now almost four years later there are many many more with still more coming.  What is so great about being part of the coffee scene in Las Vegas, besides all the great coffee, is how the independent coffee shops support each other. I think this is because we each understand that the only way we can succeed and grow is to educate others about the great coffee we have in the Vegas Valley.

That being said here is a list of some of my favorite shops in town and a couple that I am excited to try once they open

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Why I Think Starbucks Is Bad

Why I Think Starbucks Is Bad

Let me start this off by giving props to Starbucks for changing the coffee game in America and introducing millions of people to the joys of espresso, lattes, and cappuccinos. I’ll be honest and tell you that the first latte I had was from a Starbucks. Was it good?

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This is a double shot?

I don’t claim to be an expert on this subject but I do have an opinion on what is good espresso. First of all espresso is a coffee brewing method not some special type of coffee bean, a blend, or some special roasting method. All coffee drinks, regardless if it is espresso coffee, drip coffee, pour over coffee, etc., are brewed by using water filtered through coffee grounds to extract the soluble flavors from the coffee into the cup.

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