• There is a small ume tree on Upper Queen Street, that the people from Miller’s coffee tend to.

  • There is a small ume tree on Upper Queen Street, that the people from Miller’s coffee tend to.

  • The fruit picked, washed and left to dry. All thats left to do is remove the stork and then submerge in tequila.

  • The liquor extracts the flavours from the ume and its kernal, adding a sharp green taste. It will be drunk with a food matching at one of Miller’s Coffee’s matcha parties.