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Warming up the chill: North Bend’s ‘The Swirl’ yogurt shop adds espresso drinks

October 14, 2013 · 10:33 AM
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Nick Mitchell rushes in the first quarter of the Sammamish game. He was good for 42 yards on foot. / Courtesy photo

The Swirl yogurt shop in North Bend announced the arrival of its new espresso machine.

Deb Masters, The Swirl’s owner, reported that they have been ‘playing’ with the machine and ensuring that all the right ingredients and equipment are on hand. They will begin serving customers’ favorite coffee drinks this week: lattes, cappuccino and espresso, along with tea, warm spiced cider, and a variety of pastries. This new lineup is in addition to their many flavors of soft serve frozen yogurt.

She said that many holiday yogurt flavors will be added over the next several weeks—new this week is “Pumpkin Spice.” Paired with “Cake Batter” and topped with whipped cream, it really does taste just like pumpkin pie, Masters says. Coming soon will be eggnog, peppermint candy, Irish mint and snickerdoodle. The Swirl is located at the Mount Si Village shopping center across from El Caporal. Hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday, noon to 7 p.m. on Sunday.

 

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