11547 review-training-ride-decided-espresso-perfect training-ride-decided-espresso-perfect http://www.ventouxroasters.feedback/review-training-ride-decided-espresso-perfect 10 10 10 0 0 0 I was out on a training ride and decided an espresso would be perfect halfway thru my ride. Thanks to Yelp I found Ventoux just off the Burke Gilman Trail and a few blocks up from the Met Market. I asked what they had on the bar and was pleased to hear a single origin Ethiopian and a blend. Perfect. Espresso for the SO and a Capp of the blend. Some sparkling water was offered to cleanse the palette. The SO Ethiopian was sweet and fruity. I've had thousands of shots in my life and this was in the top 1% of shots I've had. The cappuccino was creamy, nutty, and sweet. The espresso blend was present in the capp which isn't always the case. The only bad news I got while there was hearing of the passing of Jerry Baker, the great Seattle area cyclist who was a mainstay at Ventoux. Give this local roaster/cafe a try. <p>I was out on a training ride and decided an espresso would be perfect halfway thru my ride. Thanks to Yelp I found Ventoux just off the Burke Gilman Trail and a few blocks up from the Met Market. I asked what they had on the bar and was pleased to hear a single origin Ethiopian and a blend. Perfect. Espresso for the SO and a Capp of the blend. Some sparkling water was offered to cleanse the palette. The SO Ethiopian was sweet and fruity. I&rsquo;ve had thousands of shots in my life and this was in the top 1% of shots I&rsquo;ve had. The cappuccino was creamy, nutty, and sweet. The espresso blend was present in the capp which isn&rsquo;t always the case. The only bad news I got while there was hearing of the passing of Jerry Baker, the great Seattle area cyclist who was a mainstay at Ventoux. Give this local roaster/cafe a try.</p> 2016-05-17T19:49+0000

I was out on a training ride and decided an espresso would be perfect halfway thru my ride. Thanks to Yelp I found Ventoux just off the Burke Gilman Trail and a few blocks up from the Met Market. I asked what they had on the bar and was pleased to hear a single origin Ethiopian and a blend. Perfect. Espresso for the SO and a Capp of the blend. Some sparkling water was offered to cleanse the palette. The SO Ethiopian was sweet and fruity. I’ve had thousands of shots in my life and this was in the top 1% of shots I’ve had. The cappuccino was creamy, nutty, and sweet. The espresso blend was present in the capp which isn’t always the case. The only bad news I got while there was hearing of the passing of Jerry Baker, the great Seattle area cyclist who was a mainstay at Ventoux. Give this local roaster/cafe a try.