We are NOW serving beer, wine, and sangria! YEAH!!!
This week’s beer is a seasonal variety made by Tecate —Mexicalibeer. That includes: an Amber Ale, Blonde Ale, Hefeweizen, Pale Ale, Porter, and IPA.
Prior to selling these beers, I had to do a little research and make sure that they work and were tasty enough. –I had a bit of fun that day 😉
And… in all honesty, I loved them all, but the Hefeweizen. –But… that may be because I’m not a big hefeweizen fan 🙁
We will also be caring little vicky’s (little Victoria’s) all the time at the shop.
The house wine we are caring this week is Sol de Chile. –The red is a blend of Cabernet and Syrah. The white is a blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay.
I really quite liked and enjoyed tasting these two varieties!
The Sangria for the week, is gonna be a Black Mangoed Iced Tea Sangria. –Made with a white wine, and topped with apples and peaches.
So… if you are an alcohol-partaker, I recommend swinging by the shop and sharing a glass with me 😉
Wishing everyone a wonderful Easter Sunday!
Photo by Chris Rigetti
Today, I spent some time perfecting the final design of La Bruja‘s business card.
The one on the left is the front side of the card. I have chosen this particular color, to represent what the outside of the shop will look like –refined and classic looking. In addition to the color, I’ve added the logo and the name of the shop and what the shop has to offer. –Simple and to the point.
The image on the right, is the backside of the card and it illustrates the inside of the shop. Surf-style and all, this will be the vibe of the coffee bar –fun and inspiring. A place for sure to get you stoked. To this side, I’ve added all pertinent info. needed for someone looking for helpful information about La Bruja.
In all honesty, what do you think? Give me your feedback and what your opinion is on the design.