Coffee time

Today is brought to you by coffee. Yesterday, too.
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Where would we be without coffee? Probably still in bed. That first cup at home wakes us up, gets us feeling a little better about things. Before we get to work, a pit stop at Starbucks -- better yet, our favorite local cafe -- is in order.
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Baltimore's coffee scene is booming, from new high-end shops like <a href="http://findlocal.baltimoresun.com/listings/lamill-coffee-baltimore" >Lamill</a> in the Four Seasons Hotel, to the infamous $13 cup of coffee at <a href="http://findlocal.baltimoresun.com/listings/spro-coffee-baltimore" >Spro</a> in Hampden and other high-end java. That's not to mention all the new brewing methods, some of which look like they belong in a laboratory. And who could forget the <a href="http://findlocal.baltimoresun.com/listings/java-divas-pasadena" >Java Divas</a>, the ever-so-saucy baristas who work out of a small shed in Pasadena and a mobile cafe in Severna Park?
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So pour yourself a cup as we peer into the city's coffee scene.

( J.M. Giordano, For The Baltimore Sun / April 19, 2013 )

Today is brought to you by coffee. Yesterday, too.

Where would we be without coffee? Probably still in bed. That first cup at home wakes us up, gets us feeling a little better about things. Before we get to work, a pit stop at Starbucks -- better yet, our favorite local cafe -- is in order.

Baltimore's coffee scene is booming, from new high-end shops like Lamill in the Four Seasons Hotel, to the infamous $13 cup of coffee at Spro in Hampden and other high-end java. That's not to mention all the new brewing methods, some of which look like they belong in a laboratory. And who could forget the Java Divas, the ever-so-saucy baristas who work out of a small shed in Pasadena and a mobile cafe in Severna Park?

So pour yourself a cup as we peer into the city's coffee scene.

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