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HOW TO ORDER YOUR COFFEE LIKE A BARISTA

“I’LL HAVE A GUATEMALAN POUR-OVER.”

OURTNEY THOMPSON knows that walking into a specialty coffee shop can be intimidating. The 26-year-old partner and head roaster at Certain Feelings, a roastery and cafe soon to open in the Garage Food Hall at Bottleworks, has seen it too many

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