As many of you know, coffee is not the only business we are involved in. We got our start sourcing, refinishing and selling mid century furniture. This aspect of our company still makes up the bulk of our business/interests and it's what we really love doing, along with interior design. As much as we sincerely love coffee, we've decided to return to focusing on design and furniture full time (along with a few other new projects in the works). There are opportunities we must pursue and unfortunately there's just not enough time in the day for all of it. May will be our last month as a brick and mortar operation in Orlando. Thank you to everyone who has supported us this past year! We will be having quite a few cocktail nights before the end of the month to celebrate with all the fine folks we've gotten to know over the past year. We're incredibly excited about future endeavors!Indeed this is a sad day. With this closing not only do we lose yet another place to get a cup of coffee, but we also lose arguably the most notorious Yelp page in Orlando.
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