COFFEE RING WORLDS
BLACK AS THE D E V I L, H O T A S H E L L, P U R E A S A N A N G E L, S W E E T A S L O V E. — Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord
C O A VA COFFEE ROASTERS
Nestle in and fill your head with thoughts enough to pack the minimalist airplane-hangar-sized space in which this hip coffee shop resides.
Rich, fruity aroma;
coavacoffee.com 1300 SE Grand Ave, Portland, OR 97214
The handmade, single-pour coffee and handwritten menus are the only non-white elementsâ€”an inspiring vibration between light and dark.
with a chocolaty mouth-feel finish
couriercoffeeroasters.com 923 SW Oak St, Portland, OR 97205
CU P AND BA R This place couldnâ€™t feel more Pacific Northwest if you carved it out of the side of Mount Hood and replaced the staff with Sasquatches.
Nut and spice
cupandbar.com 118 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Portland, OR 97232
EXTRACTO One is left with less than even the shadow of a doubt that coffee—as a culture, a business, a liquid—is nothing if not a form of artistic expression.
“Eleven Spad “Eleven ofofSpades”
Silky smooth; dark chocolate, fruit
House Blend House Blend
extractocoffee.com 2921 NE Killingsworth St, Portland, OR 97211
S T. J O H N S COFFEE ROASTERS
Bright lights from the many windows, bright notes for such a dark roast…the espresso is as pleasing as the essence exuded by the flower shop in the corner.
“Won’t Get Fooled Again”
Chocolate and cherries;
rich and smooth
stjohnscoffee.com 7304 N Leavitt Ave, Portland, OR 97203
STERLING COFFEE ROASTERS
A cozy hole-in-the-wall to warm the coffee-shaped hole in the heart.
Delicate, with notes of
citrus and fruit
sterling.coffee 417 NW 21st Ave, Portland, OR 97209
STUMPTOWN COFFEE ROASTERS
This the hospitality vibeas runs as Thisoutpost outpostshares sharesaaspace spacewith withthe theAce, Ace,where the hospitality vibe runs deep deep roots of the fair-trade beans they proudly serve. as as thethe roots of the fair-trade beans they proudly serve.
stumptowncoffee.com Ace Hotel, 1026 SW Stark St, Portland, OR 97205
WAT E R A V E N U E On the other side of the tracks is a place to sip something exquisite where mystics spin tales of rain forests in a distant land.
El Toro Espresso Blend
wateravenuecoffee.com 1028 SE Water Ave #145, Portland, OR 97214
ZOE KELLER is a Portland-based illustrator and designer exploring the intersection of art making, activism, and the natural sciences. She uses graphite and ink to create highly detailed images that blend hints of narrative with images from the natural world. See her work at zoekeller.com.
DANICA & EDDYE BORGESE love coffee. They spent the last decade or so drinking it up and down the East Coast (where theyâ€™re from), and have consumed a record amount since moving to Portland in 2013. Making a Portland coffee zine is a slightly overcaffeinated dream come true, and they hope youâ€™ll enjoy reading it as much as they enjoyed making it.
WHATâ€™S A ZINE? /'zÄ“n/ZEEN: An independently published booklet, usually reproduced via photocopier and folded and stapled. Zines represent a rebellion from mainstream publishing. Portland has one of the strongest zine scenes because of its progressive spirit and DIY ethos.
WHAT’S A PORTLAND? Portland is a friendly city filled with interesting, creative people who made this zine just for you. It’s a place for anyone who likes anything: From craft beer to homemade bitters, dormant volcanoes to 500+ food carts, Portland has it all.
CHECK OUT OTHER TITLES IN THE PORTLAND ZINES SERIES! Zines in this series include A Feminist’s Guide to Beer Drinking, Get Out, Portland Pizza Guide, 34 Things to Do in the Rain, Stand Here and Look Up, Riding in the Rain, Maximum Portland, P is for Portland, Portland People: A User’s Guide to Life and Style and more.
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