Case Study Coffee

Review by: Emily Madsen

Portland, Oregon, has so many coffee houses that it can be hard to figure out which ones are worth your time. Case Study Coffee is one that deserves attention. With its rustic wood all over the interior and a fun group of employees, it is good for a long or short stop.

Coffee options are Ethiopian, Colombian, and one from Los Congos. Case Study roasts all its own. The coffee is fantastic, and you have the option of adding homemade flavorings such as hazelnut or caramel as well as non-dairy milk options. It’s on the pricey side, but so worth it. Hazelnut flavoring is nutty and rich, so much better than any of the artificial flavorings out there. My iced coffee was so good I think I finished it in less than 5 minutes!

Case Study also has a selection of baked goods and tasty wrapped treats. We tried the chocolate chip cookie, which is crunchy outside with gooey inside. There are just enough chocolate chips to have at least one in every bite: always important! We also tried a vegan/GF peanut butter bar, made with oats, peanut butter, and chocolate chips. It is chewy and moist – a good option for someone seeking a slightly sweet, filling treat.

So, on your next trip to Portland, when you need a caffeine hit but are not sure where to go, check out Case Study Coffee. There are a couple of branches around the city, so there should be one near wherever you are exploring.

What To Eat

Iced Coffee

Chocolate Chip Cookie


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