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Lauren Heineck
Attended University of California, Los Angeles
Lives in Denver
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#coffeelovers  unite over #storytelling  
Lauren Heineck’s Coffee Stories calls all coffee lovers to ‘gift a coffee, unlock a story.’
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The first #thisismycoffeestory  from #BuenosAires  has been submitted! Roberto answers questions about #friendship  http://coffeestories.co/stories/roberto-nov-2015
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Chapter: Sobremesa in Southeast Asia | Choosing a Great Restaurant or Street Food Stall
We're in Southeast Asia again, a land that beckons us time and time again with its delicately floral scents of frangipani, wafts of fish sauce and vinegar rising from searing worn woks, or sweet condensed milk cans set upon roadside beverage stands. Since l...
We're in Southeast Asia again, a land that beckons us time and time again with its delicately floral scents of frangipani, wafts of fish sauce and vinegar rising from searing worn woks, or sweet condensed milk cans set upon roadside beverage stands. Since leaving Denver three months ago, ...
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Raelina weighs in with her #thisismycoffeestory interview via @coffeestoriescollective #coffeetelling   #coffeestories  
Coffee Stories turns coffee strangers into coffee friends; humanity via a cup of joe. Story submitted by Raelina M. of Denver, CO. 
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Back in Time at El Club Allard, Madrid
The time: June, 2013 The place: El Club Allard, a two Michelin starred restaurant in historic Madrid, Spain The company: Sr. Antonio The celebration: Departure for America! Nearly two years ago, we "set sail" for the US to begin our American journey. We had...
The time: June, 2013. The place: El Club Allard, a two Michelin starred restaurant in historic Madrid, Spain The company: Sr. Antonio The celebration: Departure for America! Nearly two years ago, we "set sail" for the US to begin our American journey. We had no idea where would we end up, ...
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One of the most interactive I've seen! ..in any language no doubt. Ayuda a Beethoven a organizar sus composiciones en su 245º aniversario #GoogleDoodle
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Very well stated. There is only #us .  
Processing bombings in Paris, moving forward and recognizing power each of us has to choose how to act and engage in the face of terrorism and fear.
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A Plaintiff Against Palm Oil: #BloggersForIndonesia
A traveler and  sustainable food blogger friend altered me to this Guardian article  last week. It blatantly calls out the world's lack of interest in Indonesia's current environmental catastrophe; one that included at some point 120,000 active fires throug...
A traveler and sustainable food blogger friend altered me to this Guardian article last week. It blatantly calls out the world's lack of interest in Indonesia's current environmental catastrophe; one that included at some point 120000 active fires throughout parts of the most treasured rain ...
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Check out the Coffee Stories' profile on The Mesh. cc @lisagansky
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Wise words from a dear friend! #soulsearching  
How do I describe the indescribable? How do I show up fully as my authentic self? How do I share my journey in order to serve others while protecting my sacred, inner life? How do I embrace my wort...
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"You aren't stupid because you're a housewife. When you're stirring the jam you can read Shakespeare.” Tasha Tudor
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Community @eatfeastly. Entre/Intrapreneur. Clean eating. Traveller. Writer. Human. Not perfect.
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  • University of California, Los Angeles
    2006
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Stellar. Like others have said, the seats are awesome, and matinee has never felt so good.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
3 and a half weeks of courteous staff, daily house cleaning, bike rental, cafe sua da (Vietnamese coffee). We adore this place for its competitive pricing, location to town & beach, and family vibe.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Great doughnuts as you might imagine from the name, but the real standout today was customer service from the Aussie who - regardless of the line -informed us on all varieties and specials. Appreciate their commitment to local specialty coffee roasters too. Winner in my book.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Awesome, awesome, awesome. Staff, vibe, coffee, it's all geared towards the celebration and learning curve of introducing high quality coffee harvesting and production methods to the people. No wi-fi, lounging with computers here -- so do make this place your go-to-talk-and-listen spot.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
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Finally real bread (toast) in Chiang Mai! Tasty, runny-egg options and espresso drinks that make for a fabulous relaxed breakfast. Quiet space lends to a study haven.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Kinda looks like an Irish pub, yet it has a Chinese name....but really everyone goes for the empanadas. The spiced lamb (cordero) ones are great! Take away or late night snacking.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Super legit burgers that rival any countries that say they're burger experts (I'm looking at you EEUU!). The bread is soft and yeasty, but you've got to eat fast or else medium cooked burgers will melt it away -- that shouldn't be a problem though. My one complaint is their serving receptacles -- aluminum tin trays -- which are single-use and given regardless of eat in or take away. I'd think with 400+ (just an estimate) burgers sold a day they could take a stand and other a more eco-friendly option, like plant based plates.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago