|This Blue Bottle Coffee outlet is located inside the garage door of the Heath Ceramics production and retail warehouse. Off to the left is the in-house Blue Bottle retail caf�, with a decent-sized service counter, a lot of shelf space dedicated to whole bean sales, and a rear shelf of merchandising. To the center is the caf� seating area, adorned with the warm colors of wooden benches and chairs for seating inbetween the caf� and Heath's production plant residing behind glass windows. The area is decorated with succulents with tall white ceilings with a lot of exposed pipes. At the service counter they employ a two-group La Marzocco Strada machine. Going off what was expected, they served espresso using their Colombia Las Margaritas Red Bourbon Honey single origin roast instead of their traditional three-bean blends. This gave the cup a bright fruitiness that shown throughout the cup - or disrupted the balance, however you perceive it. The flavor is sharp: mace, cloves, and bright spices. It comes with a mottled medium brown crema and is served with a small glass of sparkling water on the side in a Heath Ceramic cup (of course). While it's a very astringent cup, at least they are experimenting beyond the expected at some of their caf�s. Even if we had to deduct a few points for the annoying hipster barista who insisted on calling our shot a "spro".