Breakfast Menu

Espresso beverages

Brew of the Day — freshly brewed coffee, two contrasting selections daily plus one decaf

Cappuccino — equal parts espresso, steamed milk and stiff foam

Café Latte — espresso with frothy steamed milk, served iced or hot

Café Zanzibar — espresso and steamed milk topped with whipped cream and sprinkles of cinnamon, nutmeg and freshly ground chocolate

Café Mocha — espresso, cocoa, steamed milk, and whipped cream, served iced or hot

Mocha Blanc — espresso, white chocolate, steamed milk and whipped cream, hot or iced

Mocha Mex — espresso, Mexican spiced chocolate, steamed milk, whipped cream, hot or iced

Café Au Lait — dark roasted brewed coffee with steamed milk

Espresso — 1 1/2 ounces, prepared under pressure, with a thick cream

Espresso Con Panna — espresso topped with a dollop of whipped cream

Breve — espresso and steamed half&half

Doppio — espresso twice as strong, not twice as long

Toddy — cold-brewed coffee with water, hot or iced

Red Espresso — Rooibos prepared on an espresso machine, 100% caffeine-free, can replace espresso in any espresso beverage

Flavoring syrups — changing selection, includes some sugar-free options

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Soda and Other

Hot Chocolate
Milk, plain or flavored
Milk Steamer
Chai tea — spiced, sweetened tea with milk, hot or iced

Italian Sodas — Soda water flavored with syrup of your choice, topped with cream
IBC Root Beer

Apple Juice
Cranberry Juice
Fresh, squeezed to order Orange Juice
Bottled H2O

Fruit Smoothies
Coffee Smoothies
Non-coffee blended Floozys — tastes like a malt!

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Merry Minty Mocha — mocha with créme de mint topped with whipped cream and peppermint sprinkles

Eggnog Latte — espresso steamed eggnog topped with nutmeg

Sweet Creamed Coffee

Hot Spiced Cider — hot cider with cinnamon

Pumpkin Spice Latte

Hand-squeezed Rose Lemonade

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Coffee cake
Desert bars
ProBars & Fruition bars

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(Loose Leaf Teas)

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Arise — invigorating blend combines Chinese red tea and seasonal oolongs for a sweet, smoky, balanced cup

Darjeeling — select 2nd flush tea cultivated bio-dynamically with a classic Darjeeling flavor

Earl Grey — red tea from China flavored with natural Bergamot oil - a first place winner at the 2008 Tea Expo

Ginger Peach — black tea seasoned with spicy ginger and fancy peach

Golden Assam — from India's famed Assam region, a single estate tea with golden buds

Keemun Golden Buds — made with the sprouting tips (buds) of the tea plant, full flavors of sugary date and pine

Lapsang Souchong — enticingly aromatic, created by smoking hand-plucked leaves over pinewood embers, classic and pungent

Lichee Red — from Guangdong, China, a robust black tea leaves are cured with the essence of lichee fruits

Mango Ceylon — superior Ceylon tea leaves blended with mango and marigold blossoms

Masala Black Chai — whole leaf black tea, cinnamon, cloves, cardamon, ginger, orange peel and vanilla . . . an Indian classic

Tea of Good Tiding (seasonal availability) — black tea, cranberries, juniper berries, black currant, spiced with orange peel, cinnamon, clove, rose petals, vanilla bean and almond

Pu-erh Teas

Iron Goddess of Mercy — known as Tai Guan Yin in China, this famous oolong can be steeped repeatedly to experience the full variety of flavors

Oolong Teas

Pu-erh Classic — sun-dried black tea, distinctly earthy and aromatic

White Teas

White Peony — classic white tea, prized in China for it's cooling and detoxifying properties

Rose Tea Melange — white tea leaves blended with roses and peppermint, aromatic and visually stunning

Green Teas

Dragon Well — known as Long Jing in China, it is prized for it's cooling and detoxifying energy

Genmaicha — Japanese Sencha tea blended with toasted rice and popcorn

Green Early Greyer — China green tea blended with Mediterranean Bergamot oil

Hojicha — roasted Japanese tea, with brown, green, and tan leaves, believed to be stimulating for the digestive and circulatory systems

Jade Fire — traditional green tea fired in woks and tightly rolled into shiny green pellets, the predecessor to Gun Powder

Jasmine Pearl — Spring-picked Chinese tea, hand-rolled into small balls and blended with jasmine blossoms

Maghreb Mint Green Chai — a northwest African tradition, green tea mixed with cardamon, ginger, black pepper, licorice root, fennel seed, and peppermint

Pomegranate Green — Chinese green tea, hibiscus, black currant, rosehips, sweet blackberry leaves, and real pomegranate juice

Herbal Infusions

Fruity Delight — hibiscus flowers, lemongrass, rosehips, orange peel and peppermint

Cinnamon Plum — currants, hibiscus, plum, accented with cinnamon and licorice root

Ginger Lime Rooibos — green Rooibos and West Indian lime

Luscious Licorice — licorice root, cinnamon, orange peel, chamomile, anise seed and cloves

Rooibos — naturally caffeine-free, a red infusion with calcium, zinc, vitamin C and other important minerals

Roots (Tangerine Ginger) — ginger root, schissandra berry, ginseng root, orange peel, rosehip, licorice root, hibiscus, sweet orange, and tangerine fruit essence

Chamomile Medley — chamomile, lemon myrtle, lemongrass, and spearmint Unity — lemongrass, cardamon, ginger root, peppermint, black pepper

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Picture breakfast toast

Served all day,
every day

Breakfast Eggspress
Brewed coffee, orange juice, one steamed egg with cheese on english muffin

Eggs Expresso
Two steamed eggs with cheese, choice of toast or english muffin

Continental Breakfast
Brewed coffee, orange juice, english muffin

“Linda Special”
Toast topped with cream cheese, onions, and melted cheese.

A’ La Carte
English Muffin
Fresh Bagels
Cream Cheese
Peanut Butter, crunchy or creamy

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