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  1. Springfield might not have everything, but Cervantes Coffee Roasters is here, and it's darned good coffee. I'm not a fan of the industrial park location on Fullerton Road, and the corresponding lack of parking, but I am a fan of the coffee. I should also point out that they won the award for best cold brew at the CoffeeFest in New York this past week. Congratulations to the crew at Cervantes!
  2. I offer twice monthly coffee tastings the second and fourth Sunday of every month starting promptly at 2pm. Just to clarify, these are not cuppings, which are a more specialized procedure used within the industry. Although we apply some of the techniques of a cupping to our tastings, what we offer is more akin to a wine tasting in which you are trying several different coffees at the same time, giving you an opportunity to compare and contrast them. It's also an opportunity to ask any questions you might have about the origin, processing, roasting and brewing of coffee. There are a few more details on our web site here: http://goo.gl/Mqhfei Joel
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