|This is a typical Wine Country espresso stop - down to its poor espresso. Located at the end of 'downtown' Geyserville, this shop is made of brick and wood with a number of interior chairs and five stools at a serving counter. Outside in front there are a couple of microscopic, decorative sidewalk tables. The staff is perky and efficient - and a bit heavy for this neighborhood. Using a plain two-group La Spaziale and Thanksgiving Coffee Co. beans (they're heavy on the Thanksgiving branding), they pull shots with a very thin, mottled medium and lighter brown crema. The shot is over-extracted, watery, thin. Tastes like slightly ashy filter drip coffee, served in colorful cups from Cost Plus World Market.