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Coffee Coffee Coffee

Dripolator Coffeehouse

If you love the mountains and live on the east coast, you have probably heard of a town in North Carolina named Asheville. Twenty-minutes away there is a quaint little mountain town called Black Mountain. It is the type of place you go to get away from the hustle and bustle of life. The small downtown is full of locally owned shops, cute dogs, and friendly faces. Among the cute stores and mountain streets, there is a place named Dripolator Coffeehouse.

The comfortable seating, hanging plants, and the smell of fresh coffee beans invites you to sit down and stay a while. Homemade pastries line the display case while you wait in line for that perfect cup of coffee. Locally made coffee cups say, “I like my coffee like my mountains, black.”

The coffee is smooth and with every tamp of espresso, you can tell they care about their drinks. All of the milk comes from pasture-fed Jersey cows that are direct descendants of the original Biltmore dairy herd. Environmentally friendly paper straws are used instead of plastic and recycling is always suggested. Since 1999, they have proudly roasted the finest green coffee beans to produce a well-rounded blend that warms your soul.

Stepping foot in Black Mountain is like a natural antidepressant with really good coffee. Support a local gem and stop by Dripolator Coffeehouse when you are in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Featured image courtesy of Dripolator Coffeehouse. Follow Dripolator on Facebook and Instagram.