Noah’s New York Bagels

Today I review Noah’s New York Bagels’ coffee. I wish this was a review of Noah’s bagels instead of Noah’s coffee, because those bagels are just about as good as it gets in Los Angeles. In New York, not so much, but on this side of the country they’re great!

I love that Noah’s venues are designed after New York’s architecture and subway style. It really does feel like the East Coast. In fact, if Noah’s was half as small, I may actually believe I’m back in the city that never sleeps.

Review: It took me a minute to separate this cup from my love of Noah’s bagels. Their website states that “all of Noah’s Hot Brewed and Espresso coffee is small batch craft roasted, from the top 1% of the world’s beans and 100% Rainforest Alliance Certified.” I’m not sure what that means in terms of taste, but I can attest to the fact that their coffee is good. Not great, but definitely good. It is comparable to Starbucks’ flagship Pike roast, which places this cup right in the middle of the Ramdolfi Scale — not bad for a place whose main business is bagels.

At $2.40 a large cup, I think this cup is acceptable. I know, not my highest coffee praise; but again, this is not really a coffee place. Perhaps if the coffee was $1.00 a small and $1.25 a large as sold in every bagel cart in Manhattan, then I would be sold based on the experience alone. The Ramdolfi Score: 5/10.

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(Featured Image by: Mr. Ramdolfi)

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