Roasteria, known across the country and around the world for
its commitment to espresso roasting and brewing technology and
artisanship, has received accolades from some of the specialty
coffee industry's most well-known experts. Following are just
some of the rave reviews Espresso Vivace coffee and brewing technologies
"...I have been in Seattle for less then 48 hours on this trip, and visited
Vivace three times..."
Ken R., Yelp.com
December 24, 2006
"�the slow roasted blend at Espresso Vivace�is considered by many to be the
best in the country"
London, October 15, 2006
July 2, 2006
Puget Sound Business Journal
May 5-11, 2006
"...The bag has a little 'born on' date and I believe this makes all the
difference. The coffee
actually tastes roasted; there is not a burnt, bitter, or acidic property
to be tasted..."
Michelle B., Yelp.com
January 9, 2006
"... Vivace up on Capitol Hill. In my opinion it is the finest coffee bar
in the US..."
London Financial Times, May 15th 2004
National Geographic Traveler Magazine-Fall 2003
Espresso Vivace Roasteria has been
featured and awarded� best of city by
National Geographic Traveler Magazine
in the Fall 2003 issue "Insider Seattle"
"Meet Espresso's Exacting Master"
--Jon Bonne, editor, MSNBC
May 9th, 2003
"Probably the best coffee I ever had in the United States if not close into
the world... I gotta tell 'ta, one of the best coffees I ever had in my life...they
kicked coffee up into an art form... To see a place like the quality of Vivace
--Chef Emeril Lagasse on Emeril Live, Food
October 4th, 2002
& Coffee Trade Journal, December 1997
"Widely regarded as the espresso expert."
--Specialty Coffee Retailer Magazine, April 1998
"In a different league, the true gourmet specialist. There is no doubt
he [David Schomer] achieves the sweet taste he talks about. [Espresso
Vivace's caff�] latte and macchiato were the best I've ever had."
--Hugh Gilmartin, Coffee Logic, Belfast, Ireland, July 1998
"...flawless cup of espresso every time. David Schomer is... the city's
[Seattle] espresso deity."
--David Volk, associate editor, Coffee & Cuisine Magazine, from the Law & Politics
Journal, September 1998