Coffee and pie go together without even thinking about it, but what if we did think about it? Come taste the difference when we team up with High 5 Pie for four monthly coffee and pie pairings. Fruit, cream, or whatever the filling, we’ll bring the beans and brewing methods to make the best cup for each slice. In addition, you’ll get to see the new cookbook, Cutie Pie, from High 5 Pie founder Dani Cone. Please join us!
Saturdays, 2pm to 4pm, at High 5 Pie
September 10 – Lemon Blueberry, Marionberry, Cherry Almond
October 15 – Apple, Spiced Plum Walnut, Coconut Cream Pie
November 5 – Pumpkin Pie, Sweet Potato Pie, Cranberry Walnut
December 3 – Apple, Caramel Pecan, Chocolate Cream
High 5 Pie is located at 1400 12th Avenue, Seattle (the corner of 12th and Madison on Capitol Hill).
Caffe Vita’s Public Brewing School would like to announce new upcoming sessions where you can further your knowledge of coffee brewing methods including the use of Vita Pour Over, French Press, Vacuum Pot, Bialetti and more.
PBS is a free class which takes place once a month at unique locations within the City of Seattle.
Upcoming Class Sessions:
Saturday, January 23rd @ Caffe Vita Capitol Hill 10AM
Saturday, February 20th @ Caffe Vita Capitol Hill 10AM
Saturday, March 20th 2010 (Location & Time TBA)
To Register Please Contact:
Andy@caffevita.com // 206.709.4449 *177
Caffe Vita was excited to sponsor Arts Corps’ La Festa del Arte, a benefit last night at the Triple Door. Arts Corps raised over $140,000, which will help continue their amazing work fostering creative habits in young people of Seattle. The hard-working Lisa Fitzhugh, who founded Arts Corps over six years, has stepped down as executive director, so the night was tribute to her as well.
The kids who performed were absolutely amazing! Unbelievable breakdancing and drumming, intense poetry, incredible singing, and a moving video dedicated to Lisa. Stone Gossard and the Hank Williams Choir closed out the night with an unreal show, including performances by Paul Rucker and Vince Mira (who has the most uncanny Johnny Cash voice).
Vita rocked the Portland Indie Wine Fest this past weekend. Mason and Michael spoke at a very engaging symposium on Saturday about coffee and terroir (terroir is the environment, soil, climate, and other factors in which products like coffee and wine is produced). What ensued was a fascinating discussion that hit sociological, environmental, and scientific angles, and included a comparison tasting of Vita’s Farm Direct Ethiopian Koke and a Panama that was cupped last week. Aubry from Cacao and Joe Whinney from Theo Chocolate (two of our customers) also participated. We’d have to say, though, that the Vita coffee and Mason’s in-depth talk stole the show. The rest of the weekend was fun, too: we had a coffee cart–complete with the three-group Bosco–set up at the actual wine-and-food-tasting festival..