Two Arrows Coffee in Vail Villag kicks off summer with events, new cocktail menu
Two Arrows Coffee — located in the same space as wine bar Root & Flower in Vail Village — is rolling out a new drink menu and lineup of events for the summer season.
Along with caffeine-driven favorites such as cold brew coffee on draft, expertly pulled espresso and ceremonial grade matcha and tea, Two Arrows Coffee is now offering an adult beverage menu.
Now available on the menu are mimosas ($9) and bloody Marys ($12). There is also the option to pair a craft latte with something a bit more funky such as carajillo ($12). This drink combines Two Arrows’ well-rounded and complex espresso with Liquor 43, shaken and served over ice. The real ode to summer is the matcha mule ($14), a combination of matcha, sake and ginger beer. (All alcoholic beverages must be consumed in-house, and can’t be carried out.)
“This is another opportunity for us to focus on craft and quality,” said Two Arrows owner Lindsea Stowe. “It has been a fun process and we feel so fortunate to have the guidance and wisdom from Root & Flower. We’re also looking forward to accommodating parties mixed with coffee enthusiasts and fun-seekers looking for a different type of buzz.”
Espresso drinks are still on the main stage at Two Arrows. Lattes and spritzers can be dressed up with organic syrups made in-house such as rose cardamom or a rooibos tea syrup.
The craft coffee shop is also adding a festive lineup of events for the season. The summer kicks off with a luau featuring tropical-themed coffee drinks and craft cocktails all part of the fun on Sunday, June 16, from 2 to 6 p.m. Also on this summer’s calendar is an immersive course in coffee aimed at would-be baristas looking to learn the fine art of home-brewing and tasting. Classes start on June 14 and the $20 fee covers the course, two coffee tastings and a cappuccino. Also, stop by on Saturdays after yoga on the Solaris green throughout the summer for $4 lattes (starting at 10 a.m.).
Two Arrows Coffee is located at 225 Wall St., 103A, in Vail Village. For more information, call 970-763-5101.
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