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“If Seattle isn’t the coffee capital of the world, it should be. It’s not enough to have an espresso stand on every corner. You also find them in grocery stores, convenience stores, gas stations, and even some hardware stores. With all this coffee, you can imagine how many coffee companies there are. So why did we pick Caffè Appassionato? Easy-taste and selection. You just can’t beat the quality of their beans and the meticulous care they take in roasting them. Plus, they offer an intriguing choice of varietals and blends for every taste. They even have a 50-percent decaffeinated, 50-percent regular blend for those who want to cut back but not cut out caffeine altogether. Treat yourself to the best coffee Seattle has to offer. You won’t be disappointed!”

—Donna Nourse, Food Expert, GreatFood.com

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“All right, if only to start a fight: Some of us think Caffè Appassionato’s espresso and latte drinks are, day in and day out, either the greatest, or on another level, far less bitter than the rest of the specialty coffee market (with renowned Starbucks somewhere near the acrid bottom). That’s a qualified and left-handed compliment, since any cuppa joe can vary with the hour, the bean, the brewing process, and the experience, or lack thereof, of the barista. But to our taste buds, the smoother Appassionato can be habit-forming in ways beyond caffeine, especially when served at what is arguably the city’s best coffeehouse, the Appassionato at Interbay. Never seen it? With the look of a small, vine covered European villa, it sits just to the west of Fisherman’s Terminal, with high ceilinged, wood paneled interior that includes a large viewing window opening onto the huge roaster. There’s outside seating on a garden patio, private and well-spaced tables inside, and, for something a little different, a piano for customers to tinkle.”

—Seattle Weekly

“Eyebrows have been raised as Caffè Appassionato continues to win competitions with other local roasters. Appassionato is named after, oddly enough, Beethoven and his Piano Sonata, Opus 57, No. 23 in F, the Appassionata. Beethoven, like Voltaire, apparently never worked without several cups of coffee nearby. Caffè Appassionato now makes 30 varieties of coffees from 11 different countries and a score of blends therefrom. The noticeable and key feature is the consistent low acidity for all of its blends…”

—John Hinterberger, Pacific Magazine

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