I have more photos from the Tucson trip (it’s only been a month!) and wanted to post them with some short commentary. I don’t have time right now to write a lengthy review of each place we tried, however I’ll give you the important notes. The espresso machine at The Coffee Vein. Mike F. Trevino prepares an espresso while Martha Raymond talks about coffee at The Coffee Vein.. Trevino at The Coffee Vein.. Latte Art — by Trevino at The Coffee Vein.. The coffee vein itself. Now we’re at 6th Street Cafe and this is a view of the espresso machine. Menu board at 6th Street Cafe. Now we’re at Espresso Art. This was a view of the espresso I ordered. I honestly found this place fine as far as coffee goes (Illy) but hated the way they treated me. I was not happy. Will not go back. They mocked me. Inside Espresso Art. Another view inside Espresso Art. Cup of coffee inside Raging Sage Coffee Roasters (What are those bubbles? They were really weird). Raging Sage Coffee Roasters puts the coffee in a refrigerator for some reason, and immediately after roasting (they were roasting while we were there). That wraps up our trip to Tucson! Further reading about Tucson: Arizona Coffee Podcast #3 with Bill Gray of 6th Street Cafe Arizona Coffee Podcast #2 with Martha Raymond of The Coffee Vein Tucson by the Numbers Update: The billiards table at The Coffee Vein.