‘Small Coffee Shop Talk’ Reviews Hot, Obscure Coffee Spots in Pacific Northwest

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Founder of SmallCoffeeShopTalk.com, Debra Mallett is pleased to announce the launch of her newly formulated website. As a regular coffee and tea drinker, she frequently travels to new and unique coffee shops throughout the Pacific Northwest; now she has transformed her findings into reviews for online readers. Additionally, shoppers will find a delectable selection of coffee, tea and chocolate for purchase.

My website is intended to be lighthearted and happy; I want to celebrate coffee, not slander it. Therefore, only positive reviews will be posted

We have a culture for coffee here in the Pacific Northwest, explained Washington native Debra Mallett. As a regular coffee consumer, she has called upon her indulgent pleasure for the tasty brew and the trademark of the region to put together a website dedicated to, what else but, coffee.

Launched in September 2009, http://www.SmallCoffeeShopTalk.com provides online shoppers with informational tidbits and personal reviews of the must-visit obscure coffee shops – that’s right, no big-name enterprises here – throughout the Pacific Northwest.

“My website is intended to be lighthearted and happy; I want to celebrate coffee, not slander it. Therefore, only positive reviews will be posted,” Mallett said.

Coffee shops are a great way to meet new people, she continued; strangers congregating at a neighborhood location to savor a common pleasure. Staying true to the community essence these uncharted hot spots provide, Mallett’s website also strives to present an inviting, neighborly vibe.

After browsing the colorful, yet honest, reviews (pictures included) the website displays, shoppers are then encouraged to skim the site’s selection of gourmet coffee and espresso machines, chocolate, tea and coffee as well as a few Starbucks products and gift cards for the mainstream coffee consumers.

“We all recognize Starbucks as an icon in commercialized coffee, but it’s important that we don’t overlook the little guys who are equally as fabulous and offer a one-of-a-kind experience,” Mallett said.

Shoppers are encouraged to keep an eye out for new merchandise and reviews as Mallett will continue to keep her website fresh and bold, the way she likes her coffee. One idea on the horizon is the introduction of home coffee roasters and coffee beans used for home roasting; if added, she will also provide the how-to instructions.

To learn more about Mallett’s passion for coffee and her drive to highlight the pleasantly obscure coffee shops, visit the website’s new blog http://www.SmallCoffeeShopTalkBlog.com.
This interactive tool will also provide extras like which locations provide the best customer service and more.

About the Company:
SmallCoffeeShopTalk.com is owned and operated by Debra Mallett.

Debra Mallett
(360) 967-4494

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