Good latte and donut - I'll definitely go again during my stay. Good price-value ratio. Nice staff. Close to the inner city
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I usually buy coffee here and take a pound or two to a friend. They can answer your questions and the quality is tops. Locally owned.
This place has excellent coffee. It's near downtown and has free parking. Plus the staff is very friendly. It's relatively some but worth a stop for excellent coffee at great prices. I like straight up dark roast coffee black and they can deliver!! However, if...More
I tend to frequent the Cerillos Rd location, but stop in at this location when out doing errands. The coffee is excellent- the shop always smells incredible. Good choices of drinks and whole beeans. A few baked goods, the day-old ones are a bargain if...More
If I didn't live near Santa Fe I would mail order Ohori's coffee. I literally can't live without it. My go-to is the Sulawesi Toraga - so darned good! Great for a little pick me up if you're out and about, or to pick up...More
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I love in the morning. My family and I have been buying beans from Ohori's for 26 years. Ohori's has the best ccffee beans I have had in the U.S. Absolutely worth ordering on line. Check it out, you won't be sorry.
Good coffee, not spectacular. Served in a paper cup!! I really, really like to have my coffee in a hot mug. Very limited seating in colder weather but looks as if outdoor seating is available in warmer weather. Staff was very friendly.
A real, locally based, microroaster who cares about coffee. Probably not a good bet for the starbucks crowd--not a frappuccino kind of place. If you're serious about espresso this is the best. The store is small but well stocked with the right stuff for home...More
The coffee aroma was amazing, the coffee flavor was very good, but the barista taking orders was very complacent. Tried to up sell shots because the large lattes "only come with one." If that's not sufficient, why offer them that way in the first place?...More