Love, laugh and learn about coffee

Do you need some caffeine to start your day? What about that mid‐afternoon slump? How about a rich and flavorful after‐dinner cup of coffee? The newest storefront in Bridgeland’s Lakeland Village Center can now offer an answer to all of the above. We’d like to introduce you to L3 Craft Coffee, which opened on Saturday, June 23.

Owners Lisa and Tommy Lau are bringing their enthusiastic love of coffee to share with all residents living in and around Bridgeland. They are passionate about learning new ways to brew coffee and want to share their knowledge with you. In fact, the L3 stands for love, laugh, and learn, the three words that formed the foundation for their business.

Lisa, a martial arts enthusiast brings marketing experience and according to the L3 Craft Coffee Facebook page will be supporting the back office work, while Tommy, who will likely greet you as you walk in the door brings almost a decade of experience in quality control in coffee manufacturing.

The couple fell in love with Bridgeland during a visit to Friday Night Bites and knew immediately that this was the community they wanted to serve. L3 Craft Coffee is being described as the area’s first immersive coffee experience, which will accommodate the growing interests of current and potential residents.

Using only fresh roasted beans, L3 Craft Coffee seeks to provide not only the best product and service, but also an education in the small, flavorful bean. At L3’s Discovery Bar, customers can digest how several, uncommon pour‐over methods (there are five to choose from) can change the taste of the same coffee bean. In addition to the five pour‐over methods: siphon, chemex, clever dripper, aeropress, and French press, area residents can choose from traditional offerings like standard espresso, drip coffee, and single‐origin coffees that will be rotated either monthly or seasonally. July’s coffee will originate from Ethiopia and Papua New Guinea. They also offer a small menu of food items to compliment the coffee.

The atmosphere is clean, comfortable and rustic. There are plenty of seating options if you plan to stay a bit and savor the coffee and aromas, or just stop in for a coffee to go.

Get recharged at L3 Craft Coffee, where you can taste the coffee you’re sure to love; laugh with friends as you enjoy one of the many unique brews; and learn about the variety of ways to brew coffee at the discovery bar.

L3 Craft Coffee is open seven days a week at 10615 Fry Rd.

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