The Churro Latte

Made with real honey, cinnamon, malt extract and Mexican vanilla, this latte will take you back to when you were in Old Mexico eating a freshly fried churro stick! It makes a great cold weather latte.

Green Tea Lemonade

The Green Tea Lemonade is our classic lemonade made with evaporated cane juice syrup and fresh squeezed lemons with a heaping scoop of our Matcha Green Tea added to the mix. It's super refreshing and delicious plus, it will give you that smooth pick me up that only a good matcha can deliver! 

Craft Soda

Let's face it, most things today just aren't the way they use to be. Luckily it's not true for everything. We now carry the same sodas you had when you were a kid, in glass bottles and with pure cane sugar! We've got the classics from Big Red and Frostie to the best of Henry Weinhard and Virgil's.  We've also got some flavors you may not expect. Grab a single or get a 4 pack and mix it up a bit.

Can't get enough craft beer? If you're wanting to just try a little something new of looking to be blown away by what a brewery can offer, we've got you! Of course we don't have every craft beer out there but our selection is changing almost constantly so you can always expect to see something new in our beer case. There are SO many great new beers coming out everyday and we want to try them all!

Craft Beer

Fresh Homemade pie! These pies are made with only the highest quality ingredients. They'll even impress you're grandma!

Pies

Guided Tastings

We are passionate about what we do! From making the perfect cup of coffee to picking out flavor notes in our favorite wine, we want to share that with you. Our guided tastings help us to do that. Come spend an evening with us pairing up our favorite beverages with our favorite foods. Coffee, beer, wine or soda. We carry it all, we've tasted it all and we want share our experiences with you! Like us on Facebook to

find out about our next pairing.

FACT:

Before the post office was established in Lingleville the town was originally called Needmore. It was renamed to honor John Lingle, who had settled there in 1874.

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