As long as there is coffee in the world, how bad could things be?
The customs of a coffeehouse are intimately connected to the effect of coffee on mind and body. Coffee stimulates conscious mental associations, whereas alcohol, for instance, provokes instinctual responses. In other words, alcohol typically makes us want to eat, fight, make love, dance, and sleep, whereas coffee encourages us to think, talk, read, write, or work. Good ideas don’t often come from a lone genius working in a lab as much as they come from interactions between geniuses, so just think what the coffeehouse did for the Age of Enlightenment! Santa Fe’s cornerstone coffeehouse (in two tremendously generative locations), Ohori’s Coffee, is roasting and serving coffee the old school way and you can taste it. For the real coffee hound, or if you even “kind of” like good coffee, go here! Ohori’s has impeccable coffee for every taste, connoisseur and consumer alike! Ohori’s serves espresso, pour-over, and affordable brewed coffees along with thoughtfully sourced daily pastries, burritos, bulk teas, and a variety of chocolates. They carry coffee and tea brewing equipment, gifts, and unique housewares. They micro- roast over 30 coffees in small batches, from signature blends, single origins, organics and decafs in a variety of roast profiles. They search for the best quality Arabica coffees the world has to offer while keeping environmental and social conditions close to their chest. You’ll find sensory delight and genuine service within the Ohori’s doors!
For hundreds of years the coffeehouse has occupied the center of urban life, creating a new social culture. Santa Fe is ahead of the game with Ohori’s. There are few things that are the “best on the planet”—this is one of them. Ohori’s rivals any serious roaster and coffeehouse out of the Northwest or anywhere, and this is not only our opinion – peruse the internet for a litany of ravings from a long list of fans.
A proud member of the Specialty Coffee Association of America, and roasting every day, Ohori’s now ships USPS and UPS so you can choose the best no matter where you live.
With two locations in Santa Fe, find them in the Luna Complex at 505 Cerrillos Rd, and just off St. Francis at Pen Road (drive-up window here!).
Monday - Friday 7 am to 6 pm
Saturday - 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Sunday – 9:00 am to 2 pm @ LUNA
See their website and order roasted coffee.