Forîn is a new cafe in Kensington, offering coffee drinks, Kismet Bagels and minimalist design
A new cafe and “lifestyle center” opened in Kensington. Forîn is located in Harbison’s Dairy, this is a 19th century Refurbished dairy factory It has been turned into a boutique residence and commercial space at 2041 Coral St. The entrance of the cafe is on Lu Street.
It serves coffee, Smoothies, pastries and bakery products. Forîn has worked with Moonraker Coffee Roasters helped develop its co-branded Latin family blend coffee with hints of dark chocolate, almond, citrus and cherry flavors, and its espresso, a coffee made from a blend of Panama and Ethiopian coffee beans.
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The dumping list contains options from various roasters. There are three varieties on the menu of Triangle Roasters, including custom Ethiopian blends made specifically for Forîn. Unique products include Forîn Soda, with espresso, chaga, soda and grapefruit, and pistachio ice latte with espresso and pistachio milk.
In addition to coffee, the changing list of seasonal drinks currently includes Guava Iced Tea and Harbison’s NA Spritz, as well as non-alcoholic aperitifs, local kombucha, soda and mint.
Guests can also find biscuits and brownies from Darnel’s Cakes, bagels from Kismet Bagels and croissants from Au Fournil, as well as seasonal specialties and pop-up shops. The homemade special smoothie is made from yogurt and milk from Lancaster Farm Fresh Co-Op, bananas, cocoa nibs from Triangle Roasters and Blue Majik. Blue Majik is a powder that can turn smoothies into blue superfood drinks.
Seth Kligerman, Kyle Horne and Will Landicho collaborated to bring Born for life”In their common worldly experience and the bond of hospitality. “
“Because this is our first’single player’ adventure, we are really free to decide who to work with, what we carry and so on,” Randy Joe said. “We want to make sure that we make good use of this power and promote other small independent businesses-such as ourselves-to align with our values ??and provide products and experiences that customers can trust.”
Part of the lifestyle center Forîn will strive to welcome creative people and the community through its workspace, programming, pop-up windows, and shopping.
Minimalist clothing, accessories and household goods will also be sold from independent manufacturers, including Frunzi Ceramics, The Corner Store, Wynnefield Candle Company, SCB Naturals, etc.
“For us, working with carefully selected partners and creating a welcoming lifestyle destination is just as important as the actual aesthetics of the space,” Horn said. “Our plan has always been to keep the design simple but influential, and customers will see this when they walk into the cafe. We really want to bring something different to the Philadelphia scene, and hope that people enjoy being in this space. Pass time.”
Below is a picture of the two-color cafe.