Denver’s newest Dazbog store opens on Monday, April 29, inside downtown’s Wellington E. Webb Municipal Office Building. The menu features serving artisan coffee and tea beverages, as well as locally sourced baked goods and other food.
Colorado’s largest independent coffee roaster and purveyor now has more than 30 locations. Anatoly and Leonid Yuffa immigrated to the United States from Leningrad, landing in Denver, where they opened their first Dazbog Coffee in 1996. The company uses Arabica beans from boutique coffee estates around the world. The White Nights Espresso, for example, gets its name from the summer days in Leningrad when the sun never sets. The Hermitage, once home to the czars and now a museum, is the namesake of their Hermitage House Blend, a medium-roasted coffee.
To celebrate the newest location, Dazbog plans to serve one free drip coffee or an upsize to any drink at all of its 30-plus Dazbog coffee shops across Colorado and Wyoming on Wednesday, May 1.
Dazbog Coffee, Wellington E. Webb Municipal Office Building, 201 W. Colfax Ave. Open Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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