At the Hideaway (1133 Thomasville Rd, Tallahassee FL) M-F 7am-2pm, Sat & Sun 9am-5pm
At the Hideaway (1133 Thomasville Rd, Tallahassee FL) M-F 7am-2pm, Sat & Sun 9am-5pm

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Coffee

  • House Coffee

    3

  • Refill

    2

  • Hand Pour Over

    See our coffee list below for available coffees

    4.5

Espresso

  • Approx. 2 oz

    3

  • With 2 oz. or 4 oz. Milk

    3.75

  • With 10 oz. Milk

    4.5

Customize

  • House-Made Syrups

    (Ask for current selection)

    +.5

  • Almond Milk

    (Califia Farms, San Joaquin Valley, CA)

    +.5

*All drinks (except House Coffee) available iced on request

HOUSE COFFEE AND ESPRESSO

Name:

What is it?:

Why We Like It:

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Maquina

From:

Brazil, Ethiopia

What is it?:

Maquina Coffee's house blend. Currenty, a blend of 80% honey-process coffee from Costa Rica and 20% Ethiopia Asasa

Why we like it:

A bit bright, but mostly chocolate and berries in the finish. Makes a startlingly good cappuccino.

Colombia Kuichi Decaf

Counter Culture Coffee

From:

Narino, Colombia

What is it?:

An ethyl-acetate (Sugar Cane) Process Decaf, which removes caffeine and still leaving a very tasty coffee.

Why we like it:

You probably wouldn't know it was decaf if we didn't tell you. It tastes great, for when you want coffee, but don't need anymore caffeine.

Hologram

Counter Culture Coffee

From:

Americas/Ethiopia

What is it?:

A blend of Central American and Natural Processed Ethiopian coffees, an update of the classic "Mocha-Java" blend. 25% Borderlands Poject, Colombia, 25% Santa Maria, Colombia, 35% Hama Natural Ethiopia, 15% Hunda Oli, Ethiopia

Why we like it:

A base of classic Central American coffee flavor profile, with a strong dose of fruity African coffees. Sweet and super easy to drink. It is often our House Espresso because we love it.

African

Name:

What is it?:

Why We Like It:

Burundi Buziraguhindwa Natural

Counter Culture Coffee

From:

Kayanza, Burundi

What is it?:

A natural-processed coffee from the Buziraguhindwa washing station. Processing is overseen by Ramadan Salum, whose coffees have impressed us for each of the last four years.

Why we like it:

Very fruit forward, but super clean for a natural coffee. This coffee is very unique, and we look forward to it every year.