What You'll Get
Today’s Groupon is sure to perk up any lethargic latte-lover. For $10, you’ll get $20 worth of fresh-brewed sips and snacks at Kahwa Coffee Roasting Company, a change purse–friendly caffeination station in downtown St. Petersburg that never requires patrons to wear bowler hats.
Ordering coffee usually involves more decision-making than a destination wedding. Having to rattle off directions for dairy, temperature, size, sugar preference, and syrup when you’ve only just peeled yourself off the mattress can leave you tongue-tied. Not here. Kahwa Coffee is taking the bean back to basics. There’s one size and every drink is less than $5 a cup.
Kahwa's java geniuses have been ruling the roast for more than a decade. Its five blends, named after the winds of the world, will encircle you in a full-bodied breeze of drinkable delight. Try Zonda for a rich decaffeinated blend, or Sirocco, a strong and slightly sweet sip.
The minimalist hot spot offers free WiFi, canine-friendly outdoor seating, and a selection of baked goods such as croissants and organic cookies. Kahwa also aims to be environmentally conscious by using ceramic cups, recycled-paper cups, and natural cleaning products.
Get this Groupon to perk up pals who need it the most—like your nocturnal friend who recently switched over to nine-to-five hours, or your graduate-student sister who needs extra energy to get through exams.
- Kahwa focuses on blends, not single-origin coffees, with the aim of achieving complex ranges of flavor. Their espresso blend, says Sarah Perrier, is their pride and joy. – Laura Reiley, St. Petersburg Times
- The best espresso in St. Pete, this is the coffee shop/espresso bar to patronize. – BJ G., Yelp
- Let me just say that this is the best coffee served in St Pete. The cafe is cool and usually buzzing with a nice crowd. – Epicurian, Urbanspoon
- I love Kahwa coffee- the atmosphere, the coffee, the chocolate croissants and especially the staff. I walk in and everyone who works there already knows what I would like and treats me in a very friendly way. – Nate Najar, Urbanspoon
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 7, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may purchase 1 additional as gift. Gift card rules apply. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.