Here’s what I normally look for in a coffee shop … good tea and something gluten-free. Seriously! Normally the pastry case is completely off limits, and I opt for tea and a banana at the counter. But that’s not the case at Folklore Coffee. There is something for most everyone here.
By the way, I do love a great coffee shop. The aroma of coffee, the beauty of the craft, and the coziness of people coming together to drink a warm beverage is pretty irresistible. But I don’t drink coffee, so it’s rare for me to get out and truly enjoy one.
Tonight was one of those nights.
My mom and I drove to Conrad, a 30-mile drive to take part in a gathering of local women over coffee, soup, and bread at Folklore Coffee shop.
Folklore Coffee is an award-winning coffee roaster, and it also carries Montana blended teas as well as gluten-free baked goods (and regular baked goods), sandwiches, and soups. I had their andouille sausage, kale, and potato soup and some gluten-free cornbread with a Montana Gold tea.
Spicy, savory, and hearty. Those were the flavors of the night.