Krups handed out its second annual Best Brew Awards to those coffee shops deemed the finest in each of ten cities across America. Winners were determined by a public vote through the Krups Facebook page, and Tinta y Café came out on top as Miami's most captivating brew.
"Miami Cuban café meets bohemian coffeehouse," reads Krups description of Tinta y Café, which opened over six years ago on Calle Ocho near Brickell Avenue.
"Outside, an unassuming window dispenses powerful Cuban coffee to daily commuters in need of a morning jolt. Inside, locals enjoy lazy afternoons sipping coffee in the living room-like setting filled with mismatched couches and bookshelves."
Last year's winner was News Café.
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