“Yes, you heard that right: cold craft coffee on a nitrogen tap. Welcome to the future.”
If you spend any time in Waco, Texas you now have a just cause to check out Common Grounds – especially if you have never done so before. Why visit? Well, because this place is great and you should have visited long ago. But also because in addition to serving our craft roasted coffee, they are now serving the glorious and world-famous* Black & Blue (watch the video) cold craft coffee on nitro. Yes, you heard that right: cold craft coffee on a nitrogen tap. Welcome to the future. The cold coffee is craft brewed to perfection and served cold with a creamy nitrogen texture (how about watching that video now?) so come join in on the fun and see why Black & Blue has been called the “sliced bread” of the common era**.
For those of you that do not know, Common Grounds is the quaint little coffee shop & music venue that lives across the street from Baylor University (Sic ‘Em!) in Waco. And as anyone who lives in Waco could tell you, Common Grounds (est. 1994) has been the pulse of Waco’s hip scene since before most of the current students at Baylor were even born. And since math is really, really, really hard, we’ll do it for you: that’s 20 years ago.
*Probably not true.
**Definitely not true.
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