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Mark Hirose, owner at Magpie Coffee Roasters in Reno, checks his coffee beans. Photo by Candice Vivien

 

When I started rediscovering coffee as something colorful and adventurous and had these new experiences with flavor, I started seeing it as something that helps people slow down and connect more. It's something you drink for pleasure, and it makes life interesting.
Jared Marquez, owner of Refuge Coffee in South Lake Tahoe

 

  

FROM THE EDITOR

EDIBLE NOTABLES

Craft cocktail classes for your inner bartender.
Explore and earth-friendly bottling program.
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EDIBLE EVENTS
Seasonal food and drink happenings.

FEATURE
CBD-spiked cocktails and coffee.

PLACER COUNTY GUIDE
Find great wine, beer, and scenery just down the road.

COVER
Local coffee roasting scene is percolating to perfection.
Creating the best cup of joe at home.
Warrior Roasters gives back to veterans.

WEDDING GUIDE
Exceptional resources for your Big Day.

FEATURE
Farm to flask at Bently Heritage.

FEATURE
Mobile bars for your next event.

FEATURE
Fermenting friendship in beer clubs.

TIPS & TRICKS
Fire up your immunity with wellness tonics.

TIPS & TRICKS
Aphrodisiac concotions for Valentine's Day.

EDIBLE TRADITIONS
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EAT (DRINK) LOCAL GUIDE
Delicious, healthy dining choices.

ADVERTISER DIRECTORY
Support these local businesses.

THE LAST SIP
Spice up your cocoa.

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