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The team of artists, coffee experts, and restaurateurs behind Scarlet Begonias Coffee Roasters draw from their varied backgrounds to create small-batch roasts. The boutique roaster sources its arabica beans from only organic, fair-trade farms, and then processes every batch completely by hand. Each order is hand-roasted less than 48 hours before shipping. A roast master oversees each step of the roasting and cooling process and makes poorly performing beans stay afterward for detention.

After degassing for 24 hours to remove CO2, the coffee beans are placed into colorful, custom-decorated packaging that hints at the bold flavors within. The roaster's two vibrant blends, Dirty Hands dark roast and Velvet Pillow light roast, cover almost the full spectrum of flavor. Perhaps that's why Scarlet Begonias doesn't dedicate itself just to coffee: other treats include the dessert topping Black Agnes Pure Elixir and the Happy Toad Roasting Glaze, which lends a smokey-sweet flavor to meats and vegetables, and are both made using coffee as the main ingredient. And keeping with its environmentally conscious mission, the shop also sells reusable, BPA-free coffee pods that fit into Keurig coffee machines.

11520 Sunset Dr.
Miami,
FL
US

The rich and complex flavors inside a cup of Cafe Britt's gourmet coffee start with a simple bean. For more than 29 years, Cafe Britt's buyers have searched for crops with an ideal genetic profile, farms with beneficial ecosystems, and beans with magic properties, and have learned to harness at least the first two elements. In Costa Rica, Peru and Colombia, Cafe Britt has built strong relationships with farmers and maintained fair-trade practices at every step of the way.

With those beans, Cafe Britt blends signature gourmet coffees such as Colombian Dark Roast and Costa Rica Espresso Roast. The shops also complement coffee with gourmet cookies, chocolates, and other treats.

2960 NW 72nd Ave
Miami,
FL
US

The specialty at this Latin-inspired eatery is tostones, thick slices of fresh plantain that chefs fry twice to produce a warm, crisp flavor. This is just one of the traditional recipes they perfect, in addition to sizzling shrimp fajitas and skewers of seared churrasco-style beef. If you can't make up your mind, try the appetizer combo that includes a tasty assortment of plantains, quesadillas, and sausage, or combos with two types of protein. The desserts also draw inspiration from Latin tradition. Diners can satisfy their sweet tooth with syrup-sweet caramel flan or a spicy rum cake topped with custard.

8239 West Flagler St.
Miami,
FL
US

The specialty at this Latin-inspired eatery is tostones, thick slices of fresh plantain that chefs fry twice to produce a warm, crisp flavor. This is just one of the traditional recipes they perfect, in addition to sizzling shrimp fajitas and skewers of seared churrasco-style beef. If you can't make up your mind, try the appetizer combo that includes a tasty assortment of plantains, quesadillas, and sausage, or combos with two types of protein. The desserts also draw inspiration from Latin tradition. Diners can satisfy their sweet tooth with syrup-sweet caramel flan or a spicy rum cake topped with custard.

8732 Mills Dr.
Miami,
FL
US

At Blast Organic Coffee, java experts curate a collection of invigorating organic coffees, herbal teas, and supplements designed to energize the body and pique the senses with their rich aromas and tastes. Online shoppers peruse virtual shelves full of K-cups and pouches of grounds from Starbucks and Organo Gold, or teas from Traditional Medicinals and Prince of Peace. And, customers can even choose from special selections designed to ward off maladies, such as coffees spiked with extract from Ganoderma mushroom, which is used to boost circulation and immunity.

601 West Flagler Street
Miami,
FL
US

Seasons Farm Fresh prides itself on distributing fresh, recently picked produce that can only be found in Florida. Its team of foragers scours South Florida to find small family farms where produce is grown sustainably and harvested fresh. This includes a wide range of tropical fruits, everything from dragonfruit and purple passionfruit to kumquat and persimmon. The produce is then sold at the Seasons Farm Fresh market, taking fruits and vegetables directly from farms to neighborhood tables.

3500 Main Highway
Miami,
FL
US