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Celebrate Summer Solstice with FREE Coffee

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The longest day of the year, Summer Solstice 2016 falls on Tuesday, June 21st.  I have the feeling you’ll need a quick energy booster to start the day off.  Trademark Grind will be helping you out with that.  They will be rewarding early birds with FREE coffee to get through your day.  The first 50 customers of the day will be treated to a free cup of Sweetleaf Coffee Roasters beginning at 7am.

Trademark Grind
38 West 36th Street
New York, NY 10018

For those of you who’d rather get your caffeine fix via a coffee-infused cocktail here a few spots to check out.

Latte Latte Irish Iced Coffee ($13) from The Late Late (159 East Houston Street)
This decadent cocktail created by Seth Allen is part of their brand new brunch menu and brimming with caffeine, Irish Whiskey and homemade whipped cream.
Latte Latte Irish Iced Coffee

Latte Latte Irish Iced Coffee – PC: Brunch Boys

At Sweetwater Social (643 Broadway), Justin Noel created an Iced Coffee Cocktail ($15) that is the perfect blend of almond extract, demerara, condensed milk, cold brew coffee, Hirschcuss Amaro, Jameson Black Barrel and crushed ice.
Sweetwater Iced Coffee Cocktail

Iced Coffee Cocktail – PC: Sweetwater Social

Trademark Taste (38 West 36th Street) borrowed some coffee from their sister Trademark Grind to whip up their Morning Buzz ($14). The cocktail, created by Pamela Wiznitzer, is a buzzy blend of Tin Cup Whiskey, Trademark Grind coffee, Jäger Spice, and Orgeat.
Happy Summer Solstice!
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