Coffee Cruise: Nectar Cafe at Bell Farm

Hi friends!

I am starting a series on here called Coffee Cruise where I will be trying various coffee shops all over the Seacoast area and sharing my thoughts with you! Each weekend, I will be picking a coffee shop at random from a jar, so if you have any suggestions, put them in the comments. This weekend’s cruise took us to Nectar Cafe at Bell Farm in York, ME. The actual cafe is a small trailer-like building next to Bell Farm Shop which is a quaint gift shop focused on bird houses and gardening. When I tell you this place is absolutely adorable, the whole storefront is classic Maine coastal.

Getting into the actual coffee shop now, the service was AMAZING! The girl who works there was so nice and wicked friendly. They serve various coffee and espresso beverages as well as specialty hot chocolate and chai tea. If you are feeling munchie, they serve Lovebird donuts, pastries, breakfast sandwiches as well as lunch. When my mom and I walked up to the window, the aroma of someone’s food filled our nostrils and it looked even better than it smelled. My mom is on the hunt for the best chai tea latte and this was one of the best. She likes hers nice and peppery and smooth which is harder to find than you may think. I am an iced coffee addict so wherever we go, an iced caffeinated beverage is always my go-to. I ordered an iced Maine maple latte and it was wicked good. The maple flavor is subtle, but it sweetens the espresso perfectly. Something I look for in a good latte is if you can taste the actual espresso. Working at Starbucks definitely gave me some tips as to what to look for in a solid cup of coffee.

Overall, Nectar Cafe is a place I would return to and explore more of their menu.

Rating: 9/10

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