Brand New Coffee Shop Opens in Brampton
There’s no such thing as too many cafes in Brampton!
Especially when they’re unique and independent.
Now, a brand new independent coffee shop has officially opened its doors in downtown Brampton bringing high-quality coffee beans from Nicaragua to our city.
Segovia Coffee Company opened its doors at 46 Main Street North on Thursday July 12.
The location is the former home of T by Daniel, an independent tea shop that has since moved into Bramalea City Centre.
As for Segovia Coffee Company, they roast handcrafted 100 per cent Arabica beans in small batches and serve their coffee across the GTA.
The shop serves treats like empanadas, dulche de leche cookies, and more.
And, of course, a selection of delicious coffee and tea.
The cafe space boasts one table at the storefront and a few tables in the back area, with a Latin vibe throughout.
“We’re directly affiliated with the largest and most successful coffee mill in Nicaragua,” reads Segovia Coffee Company’s website.
Segovia’s growers are located in the northern region of the country in the Segovia-Matagalpa corridor.
It’s currently cash only, so be sure you have some on you when you stop by.
We’re so excited to share Segovia Coffee is now open! Stop by and check them out on 46 Main Street North during their soft opening - cash only (currently). Delicious coffee and treats in the heart of our city! pic.twitter.com/ToBoq9q1If— Downtown Brampton (@bramptondtbia) July 12, 2018