I decided to extend National Coffee Day into the weekend, and went to the NYC Craft Coffee Festival in Williamsburg this weekend. Anyone who knows me knows how much I love coffee, so when I found out about this festival I knew I had to go! It was actually the perfect day to go too, because it was a crisp fall day in New York.
The festival was inside of a warehouse type venue, and was smaller than I thought it would be, but still had plenty of great coffee to offer! I spent a few hours walking around trying different blends from various companies. I had cappuccinos, cold brews, and just regular cups of black coffee. Here are a few that I tried:
Toby’s Estate (this was my favorite)
Cafe Grumpy (close second)
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Variety (favorite cold brew & yes, that’s cotton candy)
Brooklyn Roasting Company
I only tried a couple of different black coffees, but the Guatemalan brew from Landskap was my favorite. However, I will say that I have had Toby’s Estate coffee before and loved it.
I loved that I got to experience this today! There’s another one that’s apparently even bigger and better than this one in a few weeks, so I might have to check that one out too. I’ll keep you guys posted!
“I believe in a former life I was coffee.” -Lorelai Gilmore
Always looking for adventure (& a good cup of coffee),