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Where to get the best coffee in Snohomish County

You voted, we tallied, here are the results.

Every year The Daily Herald takes nominations and lets readers vote for the Best of Snohomish County Awards. There are dozens of categories, but here are the 2022 top choices for best coffee:

First Place: Diedrich Espresso

The first Diedrich Espresso stand opened in 2011 in Snohomish. Now, there are over a dozen locations in Snohomish, Island and Skagit counties. They also have contracts with the Aquasox and Angel of the Winds Arena.

Second Place: Narrative Coffee

Third Place: Red Cup Cafe

Additional Nominees:

Kindred Kitchen

Catalyst Cafe

Discover the rest of The Herald’s best of Snohomish County winners here.

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