Claremont is now home to a one-of-a-kind coffee shop that puts the community first, and profits last. Since its grand opening in May, Sanctuary Coffee has donated 13,000 pounds of food to the homeless in San Bernardino County.
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Surrounded by white walls speckled with light green cacti, Jeremy Jenewein, Cactus Coffee owner, tops off a cup of coffee with latte leaf art before flashing a blinding smile as he welcomes fellow java drinkers to his new coffee shop.
Drinking coffee, although seemingly an innocent activity, and done so regularly that it doesn’t garner many second thoughts, can be very harmful to the environment. Recently, a common trend among coffee growers is to cut down native shade trees in order to plant more coffee trees.
Fall semester is in full swing, and for many students, it comes with long, sleepless nights toiling over exams, projects and activities on campus. While some may turn to sleeping and energy supplements, most of us turn to a common, convenient way to stay awake: coffee.
Gulp after gulp, the rich and creamy brewed coffee in my eight-ounce mug streams down my throat as its therapeutic fragrance fills the room.
Stimulating the senses as it trickles through the body, caffeine can be both an elevator and an intoxicator.
Wafting through the glass doors, the warm aroma awakens the sleepy customers from the parking lot. As almost mesmerized by the scent, customers of every kind, from people with rumpled hair and baggy pajamas to businessmen with freshly pressed suits, drift into Starbucks like zombies.