When my daughter and I left for CO. , it was early Sunday morning and no coffee shops were open. This is the first time we stopped here and we were very pleased. The coffee drinks were great and the barista made designs on both...More
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The coffee is great and the homemade breakfast burritos are outstanding! Make sure you stop by this local coffee ship!
Decided to stop in for a much need coffee/tea break between hockey sessions. I had the pomegranate iced green tea and it was lovely. We sat down in their cozy sitting area I bought a scone for my grandson to eat back at the rink...More
Clean little, cozy place for a variety of beverages and snacks. Health nut for sure is welcomed! The owners are very friendly and helpful with questions.
We always stop here at least on our way back home to Texas if not a couple of other times during our time in Taos. Great selection of coffee drinks and teas. The breakfast burritos are delicious, especially the veggie ones. The baked goods are...More
I've made a habit of stopping here whenever passing through but never took the time to leave a review. Now in winter, there's no reason not to stop, enjoy an stout espresso, and soak up the view of the Sangre De Christos. A comfortable place...More
We stay nearby a few times a year and Taos Java becomes a part of my morning routine. They have great coffee, hot chocolate, and breakfast (burritos, quiche, and pastries.) The staff are super friendly, they have reliable WiFi, and it's super cozy. They open...More
The service was great, the gals were awesome. My smoothie was delicious as was my daughter's. Pastry was homemade and good. But 20.00 was a bit high for me on a regular basis. Their hours are super limited so get there early. I will try...More
I did enjoy the coffee. I ordered the house blend. They do offer a couple wheat/gluten free muffins and I purchased one of those which hit the spot beautifully. My husband ordered a breakfast burrito and tea. Both of which he enjoyed very much. Yes,...More
Don't wait in line for 30 minutes thinking you're going to get a breakfast burrito if you get there after 7:30 a.m. Why can't they just post a sign saying that they're out of burritos????