Recently, Coffee Shop opened in the city center of Walnut Creek... a few doors down from a Peet's coffee. DUN DUN DUN!
The Incumbent. For those of you not on the West Coast, Peet's is like Starbucks - except bolder. It guarantees you a 3.5/5 coffee. Our incumbent has outdoor seating and has been at its location longer than I've been alive.
It's patrons (called Peet-ics) are early morning bikers, yoga women (/men), and pre-work coffee drinkers (so basically everyone).
As you can see, Coffee Shop made a bold and dangerous move setting up shop next to Peet's.
Stop the madness. Coffee offenders can come in all shapes and forms. It can be a barista of a hipster coffee shop or even your friend with the fancy espresso machine. These are coffee practices that should be punishable offenses.
I'm sorry if this is you. I hope this post is enlightening.
Do any of these brands need an ambassador? Judging by the amount of people I tell about these products, I am essentially unpaid personnel.
I love a lot of food but the these are products that I'm addicted to. Addicted in the sense that I would probably write poetry about it, but a blog post will have to do. Needless to say, if you haven't tried these foods, they are life-changing.