As we would expect in Miami, we found a Colombian coffee roaster, Macondo, and on top of warious fancy brewing methods, they offer a food menu that includes the typical Colombian pandebono y tambien tequeños, a cheese-filled pastry new to me.

Lisa and I went with an egg and cheese sandwich though, but on a rather tasty baguette.

As for the coffee itself, I'm not sure if they have any single origin coffees, because the menu lists only "light", "medium", and "dark", with no other information.

They DO offer several brewing methods, and I went with a V60 of the light roast. It was good, although perhaps a slightly darker than I would have expected.

I was actually surprised to find good independent coffee in this part of Miami, and I look forward to a return wisit.
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