April 11th, 201983 views
Peet’s Coffee isn’t like other big coffeehouse chains. Each location still closely adheres to the philosophy of founder Alfred Peet, who unwittingly launched a new era in commercial coffee when he opened the first cafe in 1966. His only goal was to craft a great cup of coffee, and that remains the chief aim of Peet’s Coffees all around the country today.
That includes the newly opened Freedom Drive location, where baristas brew carefully sourced, hand-roasted small batches of coffee. Stop in at Peet’s to grab a simple drip-brewed cup of coffee or savor a specialty golden latte, which is infused with honey, turmeric, and ginger. On a warm day, opt for a cold-brew coffee or an iced white chocolate mocha instead. You can also nosh on light bites like breakfast sandwiches, pastries, and grab-and-go snacks.
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