1615 Prospect Street, Indianapolis, IN 46203  317-876-9031

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2. How Water Transforms Coffee Grinds

It’s another beautiful day in Indy! I hope you’ve enjoyed a great cup of coffee today.  Let’s learn how water transforms coffee grinds into your favorite drink. When heated water comes into contact with freshly ground coffee, the heat breaks the bonds that hold certain flavor and aroma producing molecules to the coffee grinds and […]

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1. All About Water Quality

Good day, I hope you’ve enjoyed a great cup of coffee today.  I’d like to offer a bit of information about the water used to make your favorite drink. Coffee only comprises 5% of your what goes into your cup, with water being the other 95%. Coffee does not transform water into a great drink, […]

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40-Something-Floor Cafe Install

We recently installed a La Marzocco espresso machine as well as several other pieces of commercial coffee equipment in an employee cafe which is under construction on the 40-something-floor of a commercial office building in downtown Indianapolis. Their employees are going to enjoy great coffee along with a fabulous view of the Indianapolis skyline. If […]

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FieldEdge Service Management Software

Announcing the Addition of FieldEdge Software Espresso Enterprises is growing! As such, we are constantly working to improve our customer experience with the most up-to-date products and services available within our industry. That is why this week we began using FieldEdge service management. FieldEdge will be an integral part of our scheduling, dispatching, parts, pricing, […]

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GRAND OPENING / OPEN HOUSE

Join us on September 29th from 4-7 PM.  We are hosting our Open House w/  great deals on smallwares,  and a Latte Art Throwdown!  Come see our new location and enjoy some food and refreshments with us.  Hope to see everyone!!!    

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Paint In Progress

Paint In Progress

The purple is gone!!  We are so very excited to not see that ugly purple anymore.  The front of the building is getting close to finish, which means closer to us opening in the Fountain Square area.

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