BlueTree Cafe Review


Support small business!!!!  So I was lucky enough to chit chat with the owner and learned a few things about this cafe.  She opened during covid and went through some rough patches.  But luckily the customers who have tried the coffee were impressed enough to become loyal customers.  They offer a full espresso menu with the option to pick your choice of milk.  The holiday drinks sound delicious and looked very festive!  The minute you walk into the cafe, you'll be greeted with the most intense aromatic coffee bean smell that'll lure you into ordering a large size!  The baristas are super friendly and the interior vibe is total IG worthy! Just grab your favorite drink to go because it'll stay hot and tasty!

She did a great job in decorating the cafe with some old antique items such as this food scale, rotary phone and even the typewriter! Somehow antique decor creates this intriguing vibe that makes the space feel cozy and safe. I love the grassy wall along with the wooden bike seat stools.

This vegan Hoikkado toast loaded up with avocado and drizzled with sriracha mayo sauce was a bit confusing for my taste. And for the price, I'll have to pass. There's nothing exciting enough for me to give a positve input on this one. So if you are into a plain Japanese toast topped with avocado slices drizzled in sauce, you'll want to order it! Enjoy!

Before I go to work, I just drop by for a cup of iced matte latte or black coffee. Instead of Starbucks, go support your local small coffee shops because they need your business more than these corportate coffee shops. Cheers!

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As an avid content creator helping both restaurants and businesses to market their food/products on social media, I will be sharing stories and behind the scenes with this community. I'll also be sharing some thoughts on the current situation of so many small businesses that are struggling due to covid. Other subjects that will be shared are recipes and food related post.

Brea, CA

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