Boston's such a great food city, but there just aren't any coffeeshops from Kazakhstan. Not so! Ten days ago 4A Coffee opened its second location on Harvard Street in Brookline; it's first is in Almaty, Kazakhstan. A post on Chowhound noticed 4A had popped up near Dok Bua Thai Restaurant and 4A tells Eater that it serves coffee and sells coffee beans roasted in-house plus pastries from a Japanese bakery. According to the company's website, 4A started in Almaty in 2005. In its own words, 4A says "We believe that coffee and its evolving traditions are a rite of contemporary life and activity and, as such, we labor to evoke the magic of its truly complex and mysterious nature."
4A Coffee of Kazakhstan Now Open in Brookline
by Aaron Kagan
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