Intatto Coffee & Tobacco Co.
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Apr 12, 2012
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Hookah at Intatto Coffee House
Jul 1, 2010
Intatto Coffee & Tobacco Co. and Havurah Shir Hadash are now friends
Jul 1, 2010
Intatto Coffee & Tobacco Co. is now friends with Mitchell Turtle Walzer and Yummy Monkey
May 7, 2010
Intatto Coffee & Tobacco Co. posted photos
Apr 30, 2010
Intatto Coffee & Tobacco Co. left a comment for Don Rowlett
"Thanks Don, Love to have you come taste the coffee!"
Apr 30, 2010
Don Rowlett left a comment for Intatto Coffee & Tobacco Co.
"Thanks for the friend request. Welcome!"
Apr 30, 2010
Intatto Coffee & Tobacco Co. is now a member of Ashland Source Center
Apr 29, 2010

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We are a family owned and opperated micro coffee roaster. We roast organic fair trade coffee. We have just recently opened a small coffee house in Ashland called Intatto Coffee & Tobacco Co. We are located on North Pioneer street just East of Lithia, we also offer fine cigars and cigarettes, we have a out door smoking garden and are open evenings. Hookah is also available for those who would like to try flavored Shisha. We are open Tue.-Wed.9-9 and Thur.-Sat.9-1AM. Your evening coffee house.
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We are also in the process of opening a European Deli, we are hoping to be open sometime this summer.
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At 11:03am on April 30, 2010, Don Rowlett said…
Thanks for the friend request. Welcome!
At 8:00pm on April 29, 2010, Ashland Source Center said…

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