Liz Clayton journeyed across five Canadian provinces (with a brief foray into the US) to savour great coffees, tour great roasteries, and enjoy great cafés. Some people have all the luck! This is the first part of a three-part chronicle of her grand tour of coffee.
Posted Sun Nov 25, 2007, 6:45pm Subject: Re: Trans-Canada Coffee Adventure, Part 1: Vancouver, The Cafe Stage
Hi Liz, enjoyed the article a lot. This part rang true:
....when I went back to the counter to ask for something off the Clover, something I asked the barista about the Ethiopian gave me away. "You're here to meet up with Lindsay, aren't you?" Ah, so it was going to be that kind of trip.
Definitely, a customer who appreciates good coffee brings out the best in any real barista.
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