Crema

Nashville, TN

Local Shop. Roasts their own beans

  

While we were in Nashville, Mom had this one coffee shop that we had to stop at. She had been to Crema the last time she was in Nashville and knew that I would love it. They have expanded to twice the size since she’d been. 

  
I couldn’t decide what to order, but finally decided upon a “Lutito” with almond milk. They homemake their almond milk and it was literally the best almond milk I’ve ever had. The Lutito was described to be a latte with an orange and cinnamon infused syrup. 

  
Just look at that foam! And with almond milk even! It was a beautiful drink. The syrup was very light and not overpowering at all. The focus was on the latte itself. It had an undernote of cinnamon and the orange was more of an aftertaste. If you like very sweet coffee, you probably wouldn’t enjoy it quite as much as we did. 

My tea loving sister tried their Kashmiri Chai which was described as “A heartwarming mix of green tea, Himalayan pink salt, jaggery, spices and roasted pistachios.

  
It was definitely a unique drink, which was reflected in the 7 oz size with a $4.50 price tag. It was a delicious blend of sweet, salty and spicy. And very pink. 
Atmosphere: I don’t really know how to describe it. It didn’t necessarily feel like a very cozy, sit down type of place, yet, you definitely want to enjoy your coffee there. 

Seating: There were a decent amount of tables and chairs as well as patio seating.

Style: Industrial, modern, eco

Prices: A bit high, but I would say worth the cost. 

Overall Rating: ☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️

I was not compensated for this review.

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