Fahrenheit showcases exotic blends from Te Aro Roasted. Customers can enjoy the three featured blends of espresso ($2.25) – the Diablo, the Kenya Kandara and the Brazil Fazenda Delarisse ($2.25). While Fahrenheit doesn’t serve drip coffee, it does serve cappuccinos ($3.25), lattes ($3.75) and macchiatos ($2.75), not to mention a variety of baked treats from, you guessed it, Circles and Squares.
There are many drip coffee options that range from bean origins to flavour and roast profiles, including decaf! Munch on some baked goods courtesy of local bakeries Dufflet, Baxter's and Circles and Squares, and take home some beans, merchandise or equipment to brew your own Balzac's quality coffee.
Dineen Coffee Co.
Contemporary businesses people line up for Americanos and Cappuccinos, while freelancers and students take up the tables, typing away on their laptops and ignoring the constant pace of people moving in and out. The food options are similar to the likes of many other specialty coffee houses in the city.
The coffee shop is innovative in using the latest high-tech water and espresso systems to ensure all water going into the coffee is as pure as possible. Made from coffee beans sourced directly from farmers and led by a national competition barista, HotBlack offers quality coffee in a friendly, inviting space.