Janet Silvera, Senior Gleaner Writer
Operating under the mantra, 'Come for the coffee; stay for the conversation', trendsetters Charles and Holly Housen are offering a selection of expertly brewed Jamaican coffee at their speciality shop, Coffee n Creme Café at Whitter Village, Montego Bay.
The two have virtually transformed those who reside in Rose Hall into coffee drinkers and lovers, enticing their taste buds with latte, cappuccino, espresso, iced coffee and frappuccino, a minuscule of their selection.
Coffee n Creme complements its menu with what has become known as its all-time favourite-Blue Mountain coffee served with rum cream.
Housen, a Jamaica-born, mechanical engineer, and his American clinical psychotherapist wife, have added premium gourmet ice creams to their offerings.
Last Friday night, the couple celebrated the second anniversary of their intimate cafe, bringing out devout customers, friends, family and well wishers.
"We offer breakfast, lunch, and light dinners. On our menu you will choose from items such as, waffles and bacon, omelette, sausage, pancakes, ackee and calaloo loaves, gourmet hamburgers, fish and chips, wraps, sub sandwiches, salads and more, all served fresh and made to order," explained Charles Housen.
Coffee n Creme also serves cocktails, beer, frozen drinks and a selection of wines.