Small, rustic and Under New Management. The big mix of Taos folks. The owner mixed the tea that I asked for. Was quite good.
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great place for tea and hanging out in Taos. Very friendly people, free wifi. Their chai may be the best I have had; it is a house recipe
The few times we stopped the staff was super friendly, patient and welcoming. Felt right at home. They offer additions to the coffee like coconut oil and L Theanine. Great courtyard and cool art.
The barista told us the building is 300 years old. The whole-beam construction is fascinating. The coffee was good, too! Nice, friendly place to rest your feet after enjoying the galleries on Kit Carson.
The coffee was very good. The big espresso machine was broken, and the coffee maker was getting by on a home style machine until the replacement arrived. Good job under the circumstances. Glad he remained open and limped by instead of closing and taking few...More
Caffe Tazza used to be a great little spot to stop enjoy your coffee maybe have a quick little bite and enjoy the patio. Now it the hours are so sporadic as to be almost impossible to predict if it will be open. The outdoor...More
My friends and I found this Cafe and went through to the outdoor patio in the back. While friends drank good coffee, we all wrote for a while. Spent about an hour or so there, talking with the owner and manager. Friendly place. Tiny door...More
Very laid back atmosphere. Not cheap, but the best iced chai we had in Taos. If driving, park in back. Otherwise, you will have to feed the meter and when we were there, it took our money.
Had some great capucino in the courtyard. Friendly staff that takes pride in making great coffees. Tazza is centrally located opposite the Kit Carson Museum. Adobe style building.