Spearhead Coffee

Review by: Miranda Cilfone & Kris Masilamani

Spearhead Coffee just off Main Street in Paso Robles, CA called to us for an afternoon pick-me-up as we detoured off Route 101. A glass window displaying a large coffee grinder and the aroma of coffee throughout beckoned us to stay and give thee fresh brews a try.

What to eat at Spearhead Coffee

The Cortijo, a sweet Latte made with condensed milk, was as sweet as ice cream and artfully displayed. It was a big contrast to the House Brew, a bitter blend from Guam that was slightly tart and acidic but left little aftertaste.

Alongside our coffees we enjoyed a house-made blueberry-almond muffin, one of the few baked goods they had remaining late in the day. It contained fresh, plump berries and had a strong almond extract flavor throughout, reminiscent of a macaroon.

Our coffees were crafted quickly, the staff was cheery and helpful, and our experience was peaceful and just what we needed to wake us up from an afternoon slump.

What To Eat

Blueberry Almond Muffin

Cortijo Latte

Daily Blend from Guam


Spearhead Coffee Recipes


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