Four Barrel Coffee

Reviewed by: Toni Kervina

375 Valencia Street
Between 14th and 15th
San Francisco, CA 94103

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Opening Date: Tuesday, September 2, 2008
Price: $

More About Four Barrel Coffee:

San Franciscans aren't shy about turning up their noses at a sub-par cup of joe. That's why they get treated with shiny java stops like Four Barrel Coffee. No specialty drinks in sight. No tongue twisting size chart and, gasp, no Wi-Fi. Just collaboratively sourced beans from Portland's Stumptown roasters. Just a reminder, not all beans are created equal.

Score: 4/5
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Mauricio Segura
Owner / PR Director
Sep 27, 2012 - 5:51 pm
The neighborhood is nice, the parking can be tricky depending on the hour, but the coffee is out of this world! This is real coffee and ONLY real coffee. You won't find a Frozen Frapp or a double white Mocha Latte. However, if you'd like candied raspberry and strawberry aromas with a toffee sweetness, try their Guatemalan Antigua Blend. Also as tasty is their Costa Rican blend where as stated on their sight, features cranberry and green apple fragrances with hazelnut sweetness and green grape acidity. Yum!
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