Blue Bottle Coffee

It was a Monday morning and I woke up slightly disoriented, my body mildly aching, and in desperate need of water — for once, not the result of libations. My wife and I were exhausted from our wedding day just hours ago. We checked out of the hotel, and I beckoned my first cup of coffee as a married man.

Blue Bottle Coffee’s Menu

Not just any cup would do on this momentous occasion. No, I had to make this one count, and that’s exactly what I did. The wife and I drove to Ventura Boulevard to secure a cup of my absolute favorite coffee in the United States, Blue Bottle Coffee.

Review: On this hot summer’s day, a 16oz New Orleans cup of iced coffee was the perfect first cup to christen my caffeinated marriage. From the first sip, this cup is worthy of praise in every way. It is a lavish beverage, rich in flavor, essentially flawless. Indeed, it is smooth, refreshing, and satisfying, but it is also so much more. It is comforting like a parent’s hug, soft like a cashmere sweater, and gentle like a lover’s caress. In short, this cup is the nectar of the gods.

At $5.00 a large cup, this cup is as close as it gets to buying happiness. In the words of Matthew Broderick’s most iconic movie character: “It is so choice. If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up.” The Ramdolfi Score: 9.7/10.

Tell me, have you ever had Blue Bottle Coffee? Do you prefer hot or iced coffee? Did you get that pop culture reference?

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(Featured Image by: Mr. Ramdolfi)

10 thoughts on “Blue Bottle Coffee

  1. No. Hadn’t heard of it. Will have to try it next time I get to New Orleans. I tried the local chicory root coffee but it wasn’t as good as the strong stuff.

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    1. Awesome! You absolutely should! 😄 Just to clarify, New Orleans is the name of the iced coffee. Blue Bottle is located in the major coastal cities in the U.S. — and in Japan. I have yet to try chicory root coffee, but I too prefer a strong cup. ☕️️

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      1. It’s definitely worth trying once, just to say you’ve tried it. Thanks for the explanation of the coffee names.

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