Tí Café, 30 N. Broadway which borders Denver’s Speer and Baker neighborhoods, celebrated its one-year anniversary in June.
The coffee shop is owned and operated by three sisters — Sashaline, Shominic and Shasitie Nguyen.
“It's been great serving the Denver community,” the sisters said in an email. “Everyone is very supportive and genuinely interested in learning about our culture and the products we have to offer.”
Tí Café specializes in Vietnamese coffee, which is brewed “using the phin slow drip method,” the sisters said in the email. Additionally, the coffee shop uses robusta beans, which have a “higher caffeine content and a more bold and nutty flavor profile.”
“The slow drip espresso is then blended with sweetened condensed milk. The result is a creamy and harmonious blend of sweet and bold flavors,” the sisters said.
The three enjoy being able to offer new and different tea options to the community, they said.
“Another exciting moment is when we have people from all over the country stop by to let us know they had us on their list of places to try,” the sisters added in the email. “It's very heartwarming, and we hope to continue our journey for the upcoming years.”
To learn more about Tí Café, visit www.ti.cafe.
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