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Mot Mot Coffee now features their newest line of coffee products hailing from Viet- nam, called Tâm which means “center” or “heart”.

Mot Mot Expansion Brings Coffee From Vietnam to Seattle

January 23, 2020

Tâm is a Vietnamese word that means center or heart, according to Sam Henry, a business Administration major who graduated in...

MotMot Takes Local Farmers Under Its Wing

April 18, 2019

Walking around the Seattle University campus, many have probably noticed some brown coffee bags stamped with a colourful bird...

Bread And Love Found At 85°C Bakery Cafe

Bread And Love Found At 85°C Bakery Cafe

January 30, 2019

There is a new source of sugar-induced joy opening its doors in the International District. 85°C Bakery Cafe opened its fourth...

Caffeination Competition: In Search of the Best Coffee on Capitol Hill

November 13, 2018

Seattle U is surrounded by countless coffee shops, each with its own unique setting, style, and of course, taste. But which is...

Baristas Spill The Beans On Seattle Coffee Shops

Baristas Spill The Beans On Seattle Coffee Shops

November 7, 2018

Coffee is often used interchangeably with the motif of Seattle. Mention one and the other is inevitably brought up. “Seattle...

Taking a Shot at the Keto Diet with Bulletproof Coffee

January 31, 2018

Squeezed between the chrome embellished buildings and squeaky- clean streets of South Lake Union is a new co ee shop called Bulletproof. Bulletproof...

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New Cat Cafe is the Purr-fect Spot to Unwind

November 29, 2017

A few blocks away from Seattle University campus on Belmont and Pine, the new Neko Seattle Cat Cafe offers a place for cat-lover...

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Student-Run Café Ambiental Seeks to Empower Coffee Farmers

April 5, 2017

As students get back into the swing of a new quarter, they often have a hot cup of coffee in hand. Junior international business...

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