Espresso yourself

Espresso yourself

Durango’s coffee culture can satisfy any craving
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Rick Petersen, coffee roaster at Durango Coffee Co., opens a valve releasing freshly roasted coffee beans from the roaster in the company’s facility in the Durango Tech Center.
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Tess De Smedt of Belgium, a barista at Durango Coffee Co. on Main Avenue, prepares a coffee drink for a customer. She said most morning customers drink brewed coffee rather than espresso drinks.
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Raw coffee beans are stored in a hopper at the Durango Coffee Co. in the Durango Tech Center.
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Freshly roasted coffee beans, which come from all over the world before being roasted at Durango Coffee Co., cool in a hopper.
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Jennaye Derge, a barista at Durango Coffee Co. on Main Avenue, dispenses a cup of espresso for a customer. Espresso is the base for many drinks made with milk and flavorings, such as lattes and mochas.
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Patrons of Durango Joe’s coffee enjoy coffee, conversation and a view during the midmorning hours recently at the company’s location on College Drive.
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A barista adds steamed milk to a coffee drink at Durango Joe’s on Camino del Rio.
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