Wolfforth Coffee House Tumbleweed & Sage Introduces Coffee Flights
Wolfforth's Tumbleweed & Sage Coffeehouse (610 Donald Preston Dr) has introduced a coffee flight, featuring popular coffee drinks and a sampling of treats.
I think this is a brilliant and fun way to explore different coffee offerings and a great alternative to beer or wine flights if booze isn't your thing (or just not your thing right now).
As someone who very rarely deviates from my coffee order, this would be a low-risk scenario to get me to try something new. I find that most corporate coffee shops make their drinks sickeningly sweet, so I always stick to "latte, no flavor" and then I always get asked if I'm sure I want no flavor. The coffee and the milk have a flavor, don't they? Luckily, locally-owned coffee shops treat me like I know what I'm talking about.
Since their opening, Tumbleweed & Sage has offered a wide variety of fun and unique drinks and treats. Some of their signature drinks include Cinnamon Dulce, Mexican Wedding Cookie, De La Rosa and more. I love flavors that reflect our region, although I'll be sure to try "The Graveyard" flavor as well because I'm a goth who loves raspberry.
In addition to highlighting local flavors, Tumbleweed & Sage keeps it local in other ways as well:
Locally sourced coffee, teas, and pastries from West Texas. All are welcomed to relax in our cafe or stop by our drive thru during their daily commute.
It makes sense that T&S is passionate about local because the owners grew up here.
The owners of Tumbleweed + Sage Coffeehouse where born and raised here in West Texas and knew that they would always hold the community close to their hearts. It was a top priority to not only create a community gathering spot but to locally source majority of their ingredients.
T&S also teams up with other West Texas brands, like Hub City Sodas. You can get the Prickly Pear soda on tap.
Tumbleweed & Sage is open Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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