Customer Spotlight: Java Heads

Written by Cafe Campesino on Jul 1, 2004 in Customer Spotlight, NEWSLETTER |
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We are thrilled to introduce our newest coffee shop customer, Java Heads, located in the Indianhead neighborhood of Tallahassee, Florida.

David Dial, who just reopened Java Heads as its new owner, has spent the past several years becoming a seasoned barista and connoisseur of great coffee. His interest in fair trade started three years ago when he began to research organic and fair trade coffees; it wasn’t until the 2003 SCAA in Boston though that he became a believer. Skeptical about Fair Trade and organic coffees’ ability to hold up to specialty coffee’s high standards for quality and taste, David was pleasantly surprised to find that Fair Trade coffee really is exceptional. Commenting “I kept my eyes and palate open” to the possibilities of quality fair trade coffee, David recently chose Café Campesino to ensure that his customers get the “real thing.”

Java Heads offers light coffee house fare and is doing more and more of its own baking – great light snacks, Fair Trade coffee and a perfect coffee house atmosphere – what more could a coffee enthusiast ask for! We hope that those of you living in Tallahassee (or just passing through) will stop by and visit Dave and his crew at 1447 East Lafayette St. in Tallahassee (850-877-2223). Welcome Java Heads!

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