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All your favorite holiday drinks are back!!

Hey everyone, Zach here with more fun news from Mozart’s!

Getting excited for the holidays?  Looking forward to those cold nights where you can sit back and enjoy a hot chocolate? Well here at Mozart’s we are working hard coming up with fun drinks for all of you to enjoy. Just in time for fall, we are debuting a bunch of delicious drinks including;

  • Pumpkin Latte
  • Peppermint Mocha
  • Pumpkin Chai
  • Gingerbread Latte
  • Snickerdoodle Latte
  • Apple Cider
  • Caramel Apple Cider
  • Pumpkin Shakes
  • Caramel Apple Shakes
  • Gingerbread Shakes

We will also be bringing back some delicious new treats including mini pumpkin pies and a very delicious sounding pumpkin cheesecake.

Remember keep sending in your pictures to our Facebook so we can include them in our slideshow each week.  Next weeks theme will be pictures of the lake at sunset. Whoever has the best picture will get a shout out in our blog as well as a coffee on me. So get those pictures and send them in!



We will get back into our bios next week, so here is some more fun facts about coffee in movies and TV.

  • While filming the Hobbit movies they spent 380, 000 dollars on coffee alone.
  • In the movie Pulp Fiction, the coffee shop manager was listed in credits as “Coffee” because he was killed in movie before he could say he was coffee shop manager.
  • On the Drew Carey Show they made a beer called buzz beer which was coffee combined with beer.
  • In the animated hit show Futurama, the main character Fry drank 100 cups of coffee and it gave him super powers.
  • Quality Cafe in Los Angeles  has been featured in a bunch of movies including Million Dollar Baby, Se7en, Ghost World, Training Day and Catch Me if You Can.

That site has all the movies that have been filmed there.

We have great music every weekend so why not come down and bring your date or family? This weekend we have Josh Buckley on Friday, Jorge Palomarez on Saturday and Josh Buckley again on Sunday. Remember, you can always check out our schedule on our website.

Well that’s all for this week guys! I’ll see you next week with some more fun news and employee bios

-Zach Davis


Back To School

Hey everyone, Zach here with more news and information from Mozart’s. Sorry about late post everyone, my computer wasn’t feeling this well this weekend. Alright let’s get into some fun news from Mozart’s.

Well everyone, it’s that time of year again. Summer is ending and it’s time to get back to school. Just in time for UT starting up we have debuted a new shake called the Longhorn Shake, it has caramel and butterscotch chips with your choice of vanilla or chocolate ice cream. It’s delicious and a good way to show your school pride. If you are in the mood for something with a little more pep in it you can add a shot of espresso to it. It’s perfect for those late night study sessions.

Looking for a place to have a study session this year? You can come down and study with your friends by lake. Maybe you are looking  for somewhere to meet with your various clubs? You can rent out our annex on this very site. There is even a virtual tour if you want to check it out. It’s a lovely room with a beautiful view of Lake Austin and perfect for those warm nights until the winter hits.

Now to continue our new tradition of employee bios here is Reagan Thomas!!

Reagan moved down here the same time as his brother Cameron and is one of our awesome supervisors. He is very nice guy and is always up for great conversation. He is an avid fan of history, finding new music and reading. Reagan and Cameron, are learning how to roast coffee and are always learning new things about coffee. He also enjoys watching football and hockey. He is always a pleasure to be around and if you ever see him give him a smile and a wave.

Alright folks, that’s all the news for this post, I’ll have another post up Thursday. Have a great week everyone!



Free Shot of Espresso!

Hey everyone how’s it going? Enjoy that little bit of rain we had the other day?

You know what today is? It’s free espresso day at Mozart’s! We are celebrating our 20th anniversary, so come on down and enjoy a shot of espresso on us. Its a small thanks for all the love and support you have given us the past 20 years. We are very thankful to each and every one of you for coming in every day.  We hope to see you the next twenty years!

On Thursday I will return with the next installment in the employee bio and more fun facts about coffee. Thanks for reading!



20th Anniversary Espresso Shots

Hey everyone, Zach here. Hope everyone is having a nice August, did anyone get a chance to check out the meteor shower the other night? It was beautiful, I got to see nine myself.

To start off this week we are debuting a new shake straight from Mozart’s drink master Cameron. It’s our fruits of the forest gelato shake, completely vegan and gluten free. So if you are looking for something healthy and dairy free this is for you.  Not in the mood for a fruity drink? Try our dirty chai shake,  it’s a chai shake with an added shot of espresso in it. It’s delicious, I had one the other day.

In other news starting on August 20th we will be giving away free espresso shots! It will only be on the 20th of each month until end of year so come on down and celebrate our anniversary with us!

We’ve now read about Maria and Eric, now it’s time to learn about the wonderful Cameron.

This is Cameron Thomas. He is our fearless leader and latte art master. He has lived in Austin for about 3 years from Garland.  He moved down here with his younger brother, Reagan. He is a national and state high school champion football player and also used to play ice hockey. He has been learning how to roast coffee and enjoys trying out new brew methods and is a big fan of history including Byzantine, Sun Tzu, Ancient Warfare and Roman Catholicism . He is a great person to be around and is always up for a conversation. If you see him when you are at Mozart’s say hi and ask him to do one of his famous lattes with art.

Now some more fun facts about coffee

  • In 1675, coffee houses were banned in England because the king thought thats where they conspired against him.
  • Coffee trees can be up to 30 feet tall.
  • Coffee is 2nd most traded commodity in world.
  • American G.I’s came up with Americano cause they diluted the too strong espresso with hot water.
  • Light roasted coffee is actually more caffeinated than dark roast.
  • Over 500 billion cups of coffee are consumed a day.

Thanks for reading everyone and I will see you next week with a bio with Reagan, Cameron’s younger brother and fellow Mozart’s employee.



Roaster Bio and fun facts about coffee!

Hey hey everyone! Zach here with more news from Mozart’s. Have you tried our Jones Soda Float yet?!? It is delicious and is great for days like today.

To continue our new tradition of putting the spotlight on our wonderful employees….here is Eric Detablan, our roaster extraordinaire.

Eric is the reason all of our coffee is super delicious. He has been coming in every week for about 3 years to roast our coffee. He is always in a great mood and brings his positivity to Mozart’s every day. Eric has two wonderful children: his son Elio(7) and his daughter Isa(10). In his spare time, he plays music and skateboards. He is always a pleasure to be around and always has the best stories to tell.

Also an update on the Puppy photo contest feel free to post them to our Facebook wall if I don’t end up getting a picture of your puppy. Please make sure photos are of dog are taken at Mozart’s. Thanks and good luck to all the adorable puppies out there!

Starting today I am going to start doing a fun facts about the history of Coffee each week that way we all learn something new. We will start off this week about a few random fun facts about coffee. Enjoy!

  • The word coffee was first introduced to the English language in 1582, the word is based off the Dutch word, Koffee
  • Earliest evidence of coffee drinking or knowledge of coffee appeared in 15th century in the Surfi monastaries of the Yemen in Southern Arabia
  • From there it spread to places like; Egypt, Turkey and Persia
  • The first coffee house in Austria opened in Vienna in 1683 after Battle of Vienna
  • Jerzy Kulczyki opened it up and popularized the the act of putting in milk and sugar calling it Melange
  • Birthplace of Coffee

    Thanks for reading everyone and I’ll see you next week!-Zach Davis