One of the many advantages of urban camping is that it makes it easy for me to spend the night someplace (for free), like Burlington, VT, so I can visit coffeehouses in the morning.

My first discovery, Maglianero, which has a very large, open space, with art on the wall, a bit evocative of Coava. They serve Counter Culture, not my favourite, BUT they offer a siphon at a very attractive price point, $4.75. Whether it was the roast, Dionicio Quispe from Bolivia, the siphon process, or the barista, I don't know, but regardless I had a better-than-usual CC experience, a 7.5.
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