Loyal Coffee remains committed to style 

click to enlarge MATTHEW SCHNIPER
  • Matthew Schniper
About to turn two, Loyal Coffee continues to lead with style, meaning you get what you pay (more) for in terms of quality. The most recent drink menu update includes a lavish housemade horchata “from a Colombian grandma” notes Chef Jacob Cheatham, who cuts the traditional spiced rice milk beverage with almond milk, also making it less sweet than typical. He samples me on a superlative house Rumchata, which alone reminds us of Loyal’s potential as a bar, beyond a coffee shop. I request an off-menu dirty iced horchata ($5), which places two shots of Loyal’s Double Zero espresso (a Latin/South American blend) into the drink for a graham-cracker-like finish. (On-menu, there’s an horchata cold brew, for those who like the caffeine smack.) Cheatham’s vegan sweet potato hash ($8) also shows spice power, in this case with salty, toasted curry Brussels sprout leaves as topping over the starchy cubed spuds and soft lentils, bathing in a smooth fennel-laced coconut milk broth.
Location Details Loyal Coffee
408 S. Nevada Ave.
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Coffee Shop


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