Beautiful Cappuccino at Harden Coffee House
We recently spent a gorgeous Autumn day in Central Kentucky. Given that our home (Owensboro) is in Western Kentucky and given that Kentucky Lake is magnet to our steel, we spend the majority of our time in Western Kentucky. That’s why it’s always a special treat to explore other parts of our beautiful state.
At the top of our “places to see” list on this particular day was Harden Coffee in Campbellsville. For one thing, we are OBSESSED with coffeehouses. A week spent without stepping inside at least one coffeehouse is unheard of.
In fact, I’m not sure it’s ever happened…
We are also ALL about buying local and will go out of our way to buy Kentucky food, tea, coffee, crafts, etc.
Harden Coffee House and Roastery
The Harden Coffee House and Roastery is located in Central Kentucky, about an hour and fifteen minutes from Louisville or Lexington. Situated in an idyllic “Downtown USA” setting, the mood is set before you ever step foot into the coffee house. But make no mistake about it, once you DO step in, you’ll lose yourself in the moment.
This is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful coffee houses I’ve seen. Everywhere you look you see something that grabs your attention – all while enveloped in the most Heavenly aroma of coffee you can imagine.
Smooth and Delicious Chai Tea Latte
When we went, I (naturally) ordered a Chai Tea Latte (can you say obsessed?). It was beautiful and delicious. In hindsight, I wish I’d also tried a coffee, but there you have it. I got so busy enjoying the ambiance and sipping my Chai Tea Latte that I couldn’t see beyond the moment.
Which is, actually, what I love about coffee houses. You don’t see beyond the moment. You simply live in the moment while everything else falls away.
Until you can make it to downtown Campbellsville, visit Harden Coffee‘s beautiful website and give them a follow on Twitter. Their coffee (which can be purchased in their online store) is outstanding. You’ll also notice “Hare Mugs” in their store – I definitely have to get 1, 2, 5, or 321 of those. So cute.
The adorable Kentucky Children’s Eye Chart is by graphic artist Rachel Sinclair and can be found on Kentucky for Kentucky.
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