On Saturday February 23, Gather, the contemporary café and lounge, located in the historic Rocky Mountain Bank note building at 1062 Delaware Street, will host a comparative coffee tasting, showcasing four distinct taste profiles by Ninety Plus coffee. A ninety-minute tasting session will be led by Steve Holt, coffee expert and Ninety Plus Vice President. Guests will leave with complimentary coffee gifts and a comprehensive introduction to discovering an acute coffee palate.
Ninety Plus is a tenant of Galvanize, a digital start-up hub that takes up the rest of the building that houses Gather. In recent months, no less than seven Ninety Plus taste profiles have scored 94 points or higher by Coffee Review, including one record breaking 97-point score.
This unique coffee-centric event is being executed in partnership with another Galvanize member company, Forkly, the app that assists diners in selecting dishes in a restauant based on other consumer recommendations and photos. Gather expects this to be the first of many consumer events and partnerships to be co-produced with Galvanize member companies.
Gather is not generally open on Saturdays, but on this particular Saturday it will be selling bagels and coffee to the public from 9 a.m. to 4:30 pm. To attend the tasting, purchase tickets on Event Brite.
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