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Mozarts Seasonal Coffee Release

Seasonal Coffee Releases

It’s about that time for a new Seasonal Coffee Release (or two!) to get us all in the holiday spirit.

As you may or may not know, we roast our coffee IN HOUSE in our on campus roasting room. If you haven’t seen it yet, but sure to stop by next time. Maybe you’ll be lucky enough to smell the delicious coffee being roasted.

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A Treat Turned Tradition

Cinnamon Rolls and Coffee is a weekly tradition for local Austinite, Genevieve Watson. 

We reached out to Genevieve on Instagram after noticing not only her routine visits to Mozart’s, but also her beautiful post about cinnamon rolls on her instagram page, @genevievewatsonn. If you follow us, you may have even seen her before! 

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Espresso Your Self

What is Espresso?

Espresso is a certain type of coffee drink that is pulled from an espresso machine. It is a full-flavored , concentrated form of coffee that is made by forcing pressurized hot water through very finely ground coffee beans.

At Mozart’s, we have two espresso blends that we trade out often. Our signature espresso blend is the Mozart’s D’oro and the other is called WiseGuy Espresso.

Espresso D’oro has been our golden espresso since 1999. This espresso has a caramel, chocolate body and citrus fruit acidity.

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Let’s Talk About Cupcakes…

In the late nineteenth century, cupcakes received their name because their ingredients were measured by the cup full! They were originally baked in teacups — hence the name Cup Cakes. Of course, this was before the multi-cup pan was invented.

Cupcakes are one of the many things that our bakers love baking at Mozart’s. There’s so many different flavors and additions! Right now they are whipping up vanilla, lavender, oreo, and raspberry — but the fun doesn’t stop there. There’s new for every season!

Sarah, one of our wonderful bakers, says our original white cake recipe involves cooking some of the ingredients on the stove along with two mixers. “It’s much more involved than other cake recipes but so worth it. It’s the best white cake recipe I’ve seen!” – Sarah Hamilton

Check out these beauties below! Blended, mixed, baked, and topped beautifully to perfection.

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