$12 for Four vouchers, Each Good for $5 Worth of Desserts and Coffee at Daphne's Desserts ($20 Value)

Daphne’s Desserts Sherman Oaks

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In a Nutshell

Homemade desserts made with family recipes and organic ingredients

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Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Must use promotional value of each voucher in 1 visit. May be repurchased every 60 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The Deal

  • $12 for four vouchers, each good for $5 worth of desserts, coffee, and ice cream ($20 total value)
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Light-, Medium-, or Dark-Roast Coffee: Finding Your Ideal Brew

Along with factors such as origin, a coffee bean’s flavor depends on how it was roasted. Check out Groupon’s guide to the relationship between toasting and taste.

Coffee can be taken with cream, sugar, or on the rocks, but the strength of your morning cup depends largely on the type of beans it’s brewed from. Namely, the degree to which the beans have been roasted can transform the flavor of the coffee, changing everything from its color to its aroma. Here are the three main degrees—light, medium, and dark.

Light Roast: Sometimes called “cinnamon” or “New England” roast, lighter coffee beans spend the least amount of time exposed to heat. The resulting brew is caramel in color with a citrusy, acidic taste. Connoisseurs claim that light roasts also contain more delicate “origin” flavors—that is, the beans retain the qualities of the soil, altitude, and weather conditions where they were grown. The shorter roasting period also leaves more caffeine in the final product, although the actual amount is barely enough to give any noticeable boost to your homemade rocket fuel.

Medium Roast: As the name suggests, medium-roast coffee is all about the balance between bold flavor and smoothness. The flavor tends to be slightly sweeter and smokier than a light roast, ranging from caramel to fruit, and the color leans more toward the shade of rich brown chocolate. Medium roasts are particularly popular in the United States—in fact, they’re often labeled as “American Roast.”

Dark Roast: Black. Intense. Robust. Dark-roast coffee is the strongest of the three, dominating the palate with smoky, bittersweet taste that masks the beans’ origin flavors. But that boldness can be gentle, too—dark roasts are often lower in acid, which makes them easier on the stomach than their lighter counterparts.

Customer Reviews

Excellent service and food (desserts/brunch on Sundays). I really love their coffee/ice tea. great place to go with family/friends or just to chill for a few hours. Enjoy!!
Yolanda R. · June 8, 2017
Love the Pop Tarts , and tend to pair the Chocolate Streusel cake with Velvet Soul Coffee, but love the Original and Cinnamon Streusel cake with Tea. Daphne, Brandon, Karim and the rest of the crew are friendly, and engaging. A welcome addition to our neighborhood eateries. If you want the best Ice Cream cookie sandwich ever, come on a weekend! They do a nice simple Brunch too...Light Buckwheat Pancakes are my favorite. On Mondays, be careful not to park on Burbank from 8am to 10AM, but there is plenty of parking in the back at that time.
EVAN P. · April 8, 2017
I had a great welcome from the counter clerk. There is not much to choose from as far as baked desserts go. I had the chocolate cake and it was glorious. There is breakfast on the weekends that I want to try! Very nice atmosphere, board games available.
Jennifer M. · March 4, 2017

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