Life’s Better Buzzed
On Monday I drove down to Encinitas, California to try Better Buzzed Coffee. Â I’ve heard about this place for over a year, but never had the chance to go. Â If you are unfamiliar, Encinitas is in San Diego County, the city to the right of Oceanside and the shop isn’t too far from the beach. Â How nice is that?
When I arrived in the store, I immediately felt the fun and happy atmosphere of those around me. Â From people having a casual meeting around coffee and breakfast to fire fighters stopping for a quick drink and muffin before heading out. Â There is no way someone could be mad coming to this establishment. Â Even the baristas where happy (sometimes you don’t see this going into other coffee stores) so it was a nice treat. Â The coffee shop faces the sun; though the inside felt light rather than the rays hitting you while wearing a black t-shirt.
I ordered a White Mocha Buzz which is a blended drink and has a hint of hazelnut which makes the taste even better. Â After I received my drink I decided to take a seat on one of the many bar stools to look at my surroundings.
The first thing I noticed after sitting down was this sign. Â I always see pictures people post on Instagram and Facebook that say “coffee first, adult later” or something along those lines. Â I lightly chuckled to myself then being a millennial and blogger I snapped a picture. Â I mean, if you didn’t take a picture were you really there? 😉
As the sun became brighter I switched my seat and attention to the street view. I sat my coffee down and watched as people and cars went by soaking in all of the suns rays (and taking more pictures).
As I walked down, I noticed the beautiful white tile with their well-known logo “life’s better buzzed” laid down in black tile. I couldn’t believe that I hadn’t noticed this when I first walked up! Â I think the good atmosphere is what caused me not to look down.
I am planning on coming back within the next couple of weeks. Â This is definitely worth coming down, plus anyone can take PCH (Pacific Coast Highway) there and back!
Until next time,