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Huckleberry Roasters was started as a side hustle roasting operation in a backyard garage back in 2011, and now, based in Denver, Colorado, they're a fully fledge coffee house always in the pursuit of the tastiest cup. Blue Orchid, the signature house espresso blend, is designed to be approachable and familiar as both an espresso and brewed coffee. It maintains a sweet, full-bodied, chocolate-caramel flavor, which is what the Central and South American beans used in this blend are known for. Upgrade your coffee stash below.

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At age five, the singer and pianist Tori Amos was the youngest student ever accepted into the Peabody Institute, a music and dance conservatory at Johns Hopkins University. By eleven, she’d been dismissed, mostly for her disinclination to sight-read sheet music. Instead, she came of age performing show tunes and standards in the piano bars and hotel lounges of Washington, D.C. Her father, the Reverend Dr. Edison McKinley Amos, was her first manager. “With his clerical collar secure above the cross pinned to his lapel, we asked to play at every restaurant and bar on M Street,” she writes in her new memoir, “Resistance.”

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