There’s nothing like finding a company or brand with a story that pulls you in. It’s often something that makes me want to make trips often when it’s something I can get behind.
Bitty & Beau’s Coffee is one of those places. A couple has four children, and two of them have Down syndrome. They (the Wrights) are advocates and want to make a better place for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Wrights’ first shop was run by people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Most of the people in this demographic are unemployed, and the Wrights wanted to make it possible for them to be employed at Bitty & Beau’s Coffee. Read more about their story here.
I had the pleasure of visiting their Downtown Annapolis location. I had never heard of it, so I was excited to try it.
WHAT I ORDERED
Out of all the options, their Cotton Candy Frappe caught my eye. I had had my coffee fix for the day and thought this drink sounded like a fun flavor to try.
The Cotton Candy Frappe was so good. It tastes just like the carnival treat that many know and love. I loved that it was a very smooth and didn’t have ice chunks like some frappes end up having. If you love sweet drinks, this is the one for you!
I had such a great experience at Bitty & Beau’s Coffee. Everyone was nice and helpful. My favorite part of the interior was the push pin map (below), which encourages people to put a pin on the city/state from which they came. The drink was so good that I wish I had another! If you’re ever in the area, check out Bitty & Beau’s Coffee in Downtown Annapolis!
Until next time.