Artisan coffee takes off in Twin Cities

The latest trend in coffee is on the opposite end of the spectrum from the grab-and-go cup of joe. The Line takes a look at the new breed of coffeeshops and roasters serving customers who are looking for top quality, careful craftsmanship and sustainable ingredients.
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The latest trend in coffee is on the opposite end of the spectrum from the grab-and-go cup of joe. The Line takes a look at the new breed of coffeeshops and roasters serving customers who are looking for top quality, careful craftsmanship and sustainable ingredients.

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