This was a nice little spot next to my little sister Sydney’s house, and it’s a newer place on 3900s. They have a sort of disorienting decor inside but overall the vibes were pleasant and it smelled like delicious coffee the second I walked in. There was couch seating, group seating, and high table seating. There was plenty of room inside and a noticeable canvas on the south wall with a map of the world in terms of coffee beans. When I arrived, Dad was already there with a coffee mug in hand. I, as per tradition, bought a small iced latte. The workers were very very nice and made our drinks quickly.
The espresso-to-milk ratio was pretty good! It was creamy, a good shade of brown, but the taste of espresso was still distinct enough to feel like I was having a real morning coffee! As for the taste itself, it felt slightly chocolatey and left a sort of dry mouth feel after each sip. It was truly, at its core, just a good, standard iced latte. There was nothing particularly unique, but when it comes to lattes—that’s a good thing!
Overall, I would rate this latte an 8/10.