Serving at the Hideaway (1133 Thomasville Rd, Tallahassee FL) M-F 7am-5pm, Sat & Sun 9am-5pm
Serving at the Hideaway (1133 Thomasville Rd, Tallahassee FL) M-F 7am-5pm, Sat & Sun 9am-5pm

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Coffee

  • House Coffee

    3

  • Refill

    2

  • Hand Pour Over

    See our coffee list below for available coffees

    4.5

Espresso

  • Approx. 2 oz

    3

  • With 2 oz. or 4 oz. Milk

    3.75

  • With 10 oz. Milk

    4.5

Customize

  • House-Made Syrups

    (Ask for current selection)

    +.5

  • Almond Milk

    (Califia Farms, San Joaquin Valley, CA)

    +.5

Tea

  • Hot Tea

    Selection of teas from Rishi Tea.

    3.50

  • Chai Latte (Hot or Iced)

    House made with Rishi Masala Chai tea. Available dirty (add 2 shots of espresso)

    4.00

  • Iced tea

    Selection of teas from Rishi Tea, shaken over ice and served cold.

    3.75

*All drinks (except House Coffee) available iced on request

HOUSE COFFEE AND ESPRESSO

Name:

What is it?:

Why We Like It:

Creamery Seasonal Blend

Ruby

From:

What is it?:

Ruby Coffee's Seasonal blend. Starring this week on espresso, may make an appearance as house coffee as well. A blend of two different lots from El Macizo in Huila Colombia.

Why we like it:

Creamery is a great espresso. Solid chocolate base, with some cherry notes. Makes an awesome cappuccino.

Friend Zone DECAF

Cat and Cloud

From:

Ethiopian

What is it?:

Water-processed decaf Ethiopian coffee.

Why we like it:

We look after our friends who don't want caffeine. Death before decaf? Nah, you're just drinking the wrong decafs.

Americas

Name:

What is it?:

Why We Like It:

Colombia Aguacate Decaf

Ruby

From:

Narino, Colombia

What is it?:

An ethyl-acetate (Sugar Cane) Process Decaf, which removes caffeine while still leaving a very tasty coffee.

Why we like it:

You probably wouldn't know it was decaf if we didn't tell you. It tastes great, for when you want coffee, but don't need anymore caffeine.

Ecuador Gilda Carrascal

Cat and Cloud

From:

Pichincha, Ecuador

What is it?:

Washed Pacamara variety, grown by Gila Carrascal in Northern Ecuador, on her 15 acre farm.

Why we like it:

The fruit sweetness and clean taste of well-grown coffees from Ecuador have been among our favorites for the last couple of years. Fun Fact: Jason has climbed Mt. Pichincha, the active volcano that the region is named for.

El Salvador Talnamica

Ruby

From:

El Salvador

What is it?:

Washed coffee from the Ortiz family farm.

Why we like it:

African

Name:

What is it?:

Why We Like It:

Kenya Kiaguthu

Cat and Cloud

From:

Nyeri, Kenya

What is it?:

Washed process, SL-28 and 34 varieties from the Kiaguthu Factory, grown by the Othaya Farming Co-op.

Why we like it:

Bright and sweet, with solid fruity notes and a refreshing finish.