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click to enlarge Coffee tokens from Lineage, Easy Luck and Ace Cafe, with a cup by Koozeh Pottery - PHOTO BY JESSICA BRYCE YOUNG
  • photo by Jessica Bryce Young
  • Coffee tokens from Lineage, Easy Luck and Ace Cafe, with a cup by Koozeh Pottery


Don't take any wooden nickels – unless they're from Lineage Coffee Roasting, Easy Luck Coffee & Bodega, or any of the other coffee purveyors around town using the cup-token system. Easy Luck also stocks hard-to-find-in-Orlando coffee goods like Hario grinders, scales and kettles that we've had to resort to ordering online in the past ( Lineage, of course, roasts and sells the best beans in town (, though the King State beans roasted in Tampa you can buy at Deeply Coffee ( are also excellent.

  • photo courtesy Hana Bui Ceramics

And since coffee's no good without a worthy vessel, a few suggestions for your best brews: Local brand Corkcicle makes a thermal tumbler that'll keep an iced cold brew chilly all day (; cafe au lait drinkers will enjoy a bit of whimsy with a one-of-a-kind Cute & Clay face bowl (; and cups by Hana Bui ( and Koozeh Pottery ( are as minimal and pure as a carefully crafted pour-over.

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