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Spyhouse Roasts Their Own Coffee in Minneapolis

Have you ever had a cup of coffee made with truly fresh-roasted beans? It’s like no other. The aromas are so pleasing, and the coffee itself just has so much body. A new coffee shop that roasts their own coffee recently opened in downtown Minneapolis. Known as Spyhouse, it’s a beautiful place to grab your morning cup, an afternoon pick-me-up, or an evening brew.

About Spyhouse

Spyhouse already had a few coffee shops throughout the St. Paul and Minneapolis area, but this downtown location is their newest. Located within the Emery Hotel, the space has a very upscale, urban vibe. Real plants provide fresh decor, and the large windows, framed in black, let plenty of natural light flood the room. There are both small wooden tables and sofas where you can sit and sip your cup of deliciousness. There’s also a cozier, more dimly lit back area where you can sit for a more relaxing experience.

About the Coffee

Spyhouse roasts all of their own coffee, so it’s as fresh as can be. They offer a few different options, from their signature blend, which features chocolate and sweet fruit notes, to the Colombian Los Naranjos, which has orange and cherry pop flavors. They offer complete sourcing and tasting information on all coffees, so you know exactly when you’re ordering. 

In addition to pour-overs, which are the best way to enjoy unique coffees, Spyhouse offers espresso drinks like lattes and cappuccinos. They also have some creative cold drinks, such as the jasmine tea lemonade. Their cold brew has recently gained quite a following. 

Find More Places for Coffee in Minneapolis

If you like what you taste at Spyhouse, you can grab a bag of their beans to take home. Visit soon; they’re open daily from 6 a.m. – 7 p.m. And if you’re looking for a new home in the area, don’t hesitate to contact us at 4Marq.

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