What is the best Coffee in Miami
Morning times are for pondering many of life's epic questions. How late can I sleep in and still get to work on time? What happy hour are we going to today? And of course, which coffee will make my day! If it was up to the MMM Community on social media (see our Instagram page) it's a wide and varied selections ranging from Corporate Vs. Local with a side of caffeinated self-promotion. Without further or due here are the community results courtesy of the people in Miami.
Local coffee heavyweight was born in Miami, specifically Wynwood, and still holds the crown. But it's not just about opening coffee shops all over town, they're also going into the wholesale business and you're seeing them pop up in coffee shops all around town.
While they're not born in Miami they definitely have plenty of locations all around town. As one commenter said that while she was a strong Panther Coffee fan she chooses Starbucks "on the go and weekends."
Located in Hialeah, a few people spoke up about this Opa Locka brand and told us about their integration with Ripples app that lets you put your selfie image or anything you want on the foam. That's pretty cool and we had never heard of that before so kudos to Smart Bean for the innovation.
You can't really think of Cuban coffee culture without a cafecito. And that's exactly what some people had to speak up on asking for their local old school hidden jam La Carreta which has over 9 locations scattered throughout South Florida. So if you're looking for a cafecito in Miami don't forget about the ventanita (small window).
The people of Miami have spoken! Or commented at least, LOL! Honorable mention goes out to Juan Valdez Coffee, Pinecrest Bakery, Versailles and Puroast. So if you're looking for the ultimate local coffee experience in Miami then Panther seems to have the street cred and the community backing them up.
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