Yeah I should probably switch to decaf as well or limit. I already have sleep issues that I am trying to resolve.
if you like the fruitier third-wave coffees, finding good decaf is actually often not that hard these days since its just one more step in the processing of the beans before roast. if a shop is serving good fruity/acidic coffee, high likelihood that it’s decaf will be decent.
e.g. the decaf from stereoscope i find pretty good (Colombia Aponte Honey Decaf — Stereoscopecoffee.com), or if you can find it, the decafs of diego bermudez beans (e.g. Hatch - Specialty Coffee Roaster - Coffee - El Paraiso Anaerobic Washed Decaf 300g , Manhattan Coffee Roasters)
Qamaria Coffee in Fullerton. First time trying Yemeni coffee. I didn’t get a shot of espresso since I just finished working out and wanted something cold. Really liked the pistachio latte which had a nice flavor but wasn’t sweetened. Could still taste the coffee. My wife got the Qamaria latte flavored with cardamom which overpowered the drink for me.
Baklava and honeycomb were very good. The honeycomb was cream cheese filled bread glazed with honey and sesame seeds. The pastry selection is much more interesting than your average coffee shop.
That’s great to hear as I used to love Stereoscope’s regular beans and I love fruity coffees. I’ll give it a shot soon. I find that you gotta really hammer it with higher temperature/more stirring to brew (I use an aeropress) but it can be pretty tasty when it comes out well.
Buddy in NY says they’re getting a few out there too. Apparently originally from Dearborn.