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COMPASS MAGAZINE, September 2005

Mojo Coffee

230, DaYe Road
Moved to: 22, JingCheng 6th St, West Dist.
(04) 2328-9448
Hours: 9 am-6 pm

--By Ivy Shih Translated by Cara Steenstra

Mojo is a lovely cafe with lots of details worth checking out. Their menu has a nice wooden cover with their logo burnt onto the front. The menu content is divided into different kinds of coffee, their preparation methods, and other drinks. This menu alone reflects their love for coffee. The service here is also impeccable. Walk in the door and you will be greeted by a warm smile and assistance with choosing the right coffee to your liking. Coffee is like an attractive woman: she greets you with a different side of her personality every time. Try the New Orleans Style Cafe Au Lait, which is not often found elsewhere. It is made by adding in the right amount of chicory, combined with deep roasted coffee beans; the aroma is unique, with a great aftertaste. Since this is a specialty coffee shop, you should definitely try their black coffees, all made from carefully selected beans from overseas, with brands such as Fair Trade, Shade Ground Trade, Organic and Rainforest Alliance coffee beans. Excellent coffee beans are prepared using Mojo's unique roasting method, and are brewed with their accurate filtering method. Non-coffee drinkers can try Mojo's hot chocolate. Made with low-sugar chocolate and milk, it is very smooth and tasty. You can also try the Italian soda; concentrated fruit syrup is added to soda water, then covered with whipped cream (or vanilla ice cream) for a very refreshing drink. Broadband Internet connections are available, too. A great cup of coffee and a crunchy piece of Italian biscotti as a great afternoon treat here will only set you back NT$100 to NT$150.

 

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