Caffeine Hour: America’s Cup

There are too many coffee shops to check out in Asbury (not that I’m complaining). If you’ve been reading my blog and my last two blog posts (if you haven’t you can find them here and here), you know that my roommate and I made it our mission to scope out some of the best in Asbury my final weekend of college. America’s Cup was third on our list.

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While this was our last coffee location of the day (we were limited in our journey by the large amount of caffeine we consumed in such a short period of time), it certainly was not last on my list of favorites. In fact, this coffee shop is currently my favorite to date!

Similar to Asbury Park Roastery, you can get your coffee cup the cup or bag here. There are a few noteworthy things to mention about this nook.

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What I Got: Their Dirty Jersey! What makes this coffee so yummy is the Ghirardelli chocolate sauce used. I ordered this with skim milk (no sweetener needed for this one).

What I Thought: This was the perfect mocha blend that gave me all the warm and fuzzy vibes that come with drinking a cup of hot cocoa in the winter. I could probably drink this cup of coffee all day.

Worth the Mention: The vibe of this coffee shop is truly perfect. The dark wood accents, metal tables, coffee pun artwork, and Christmas tree made this the cutest rustic nook. I could definitely spend hours here blogging with a cup of coffee by my side. They also had an array of sweet treats that looked simply mouthwatering as well as breakfast foods!

I’ll definitely be visiting this one again soon.

xoxo Nic

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