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15 Coffee Shops That Are Literally Already Living In 3018

Frozen coffee cubes for iced coffee = genius.

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1. This café prints a picture of customers on their drink's foam:

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2. This coffee shop puts frozen coffee cubes in iced coffee so it doesn't get watered down:

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3. This café gives people a free cup of joe if they pick up trash from the nearby beach:

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4. This coffee shop gives away used coffee grounds, which people can use as compost in their gardens:

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5. This coffee shop has fettuccine instead of plastic stirrers, reducing the café's environmental impact (and no, it doesn't make your coffee taste like pasta!):

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6. This coffee shop's illustration answers the question, "What's the difference between a cappuccino and a macchiato?" once and for all:

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7. And this coffee shop has a drink diagram that lets customers chart their own course:

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8. This café has multiple hot water options for making different kinds of tea:

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9. The umbrellas outside this café have USB ports so you can charge your phone while you yourself recharge:

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10. This coffee shop charges people more if they're rude:

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11. This coffee shop has creamer on tap, keeping it cold and fresh for customers:

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12. This coffee shop recommends different size cups depending on how much people slept the night before:

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13. This café has special lids for holding a cookie and keeping it nice and warm:

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14. This coffee shop gives customers three kinds of toilet paper to choose from in the bathroom:

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15. And finally, this coffee shop lets customers borrow an umbrella and get a free coffee when they return it:

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