Cremesh Coffee and Bakery

Tomorrow is the opening day for Cremesh Coffee and Bakery.  Find Cremesh Bakery in the plaza next to Blake Medical Center in Bradenton, Florida.

I have known Chef Pavel for over 10 years. I believe he was put on this earth to bake.  He has finally created the bakery he has been dreaming about for a very long time.
Watch Out!!!!!

Pavel and his wife Tracy add to their popular and authentic Cremesh European Restaurant nearby.  Pavel Hasenohrl is a Master Baker, and his bread and desserts will go fast, so go early.

You will find locally roasted coffee from Banyan Coffee  Co.  And, made-from-scratch muffins, pies, brownies, and scones will be available fresh from the oven.  For lunch, they will offer a selection of sandwiches and soups.  And, of course, you can expect other secrets from the Chef Pavel archives!Cool red floor at Cremesh Coffee and Bakery in Bradenton

Before I mention the Tea Menu at Cremesh Coffee and Bakery, check out the floor!!!
And here is a review in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, and here is a review in Neal Finelli’s Taste Dining & Travel.
The Teas offered include Sarasotan Breakfast Blend, Organic Earl Grey, Goji Green Tea, Organic Peppermint Herbal Tea, Selby Select Rooibos, and Mote Beach tea.   Yes, a portion of all Mote Tea sold supports the operating budget for Mote Aquarium.

Enjoy!

Category: Black Tea, Green Tea, Herbal Tea, Local Treasures, Rooibos Tea, Tea Journey

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