Horror-themed coffee shops coming to the Orlando area this fall


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Because the darkest season deserves an even darker roast, two horror-themed coffee shops are coming to the Orlando area.

The horror-themed Coffee Shop of Horrors will open two brick-and-mortar locations this fall, offering international roasts and spooky treats.

The Monteverde location is expected to open before Halloween at 16910 Franklin Ave., while the new Clermont location at 795 W. Montrose St. is set to open in November, reports the Orlando Sentinel.

Until now, the brand has served its products at a Monteverde retail counter and pop-up shops, featuring teas like "Creepy Time" chamomile blossom and coffees like the "Graveyard Shift" mocha java, along with other merchandise and candy.

Monster and sci-fi-themed decor will adorn the shops, and the flagship Clermont location will have a life-sized replica of the plant from Little Shop of Horrors, the cult horror flick that lends the brand its name.

The brand sells coffee beans from around the world, from Africa to Latin America to Indonesia. Since Coffee Shop of Horrors works with a variety of vendors, it plans to relocate the Monteverde shop to add more retail space and a bakery.

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