Examples of hipster coffee shop
Examples of hipster coffee shop
Where does hipster coffee shop come from?
A word dating back to the 1930s, hipster identifies a type of young, trendy nonconformist or their tastes and aesthetics. The term was used to characterize coffee shops as early as the early 1990s, as independent coffee shops became increasingly ubiquitous in the Starbucks-dominated coffee landscape.
By the 2000s, the term hipster coffee shop rose with the boom of so-called third wave coffee, characterized by artisanal beans, lighter roasting profiles, farm-to-cup sourcing transparency, and meticulous brewing parameters.
Hipster coffee shops, in the popular cultural imagination of the 2010s, may feature selectively sourced coffee and specialty offerings, such as pour-over coffees, single-origin espresso, and unconventional dairy alternatives (oat-milk lattes, anyone?). It is also likely to feature esoteric music and art, and crisp or eclectic interior design. And of course no hipster coffee shop would be complete without lots of fashionably clothed twenty- and thirty-somethings working on their laptops and/or journaling in their Moleskines, bike helmets dangling from their messenger bags.
Barista at hipster coffee shop I love not only liked my tattoos, but was able to name the artist and shop.#winning
— Travis D. Hill (@travisdhill) July 10, 2016
2018 injected some fresh life into the hipster coffee shop thanks to right-wing conman and troll Jacob Well (infamous for attempting to frame Special Counsel Robert Mueller of sexual misconduct) tweeting about leaving various hipster coffee shops and discovering secretly conservative beliefs among its liberal clientele.
I just left a hipster coffee shop in downtown LA. There was a group of young Democrats murmuring to each other that they know the "Suspicious Packages" were an inside job to make Republicans look bad
— Jacob Wohl (@JacobAWohl) October 24, 2018
Who uses hipster coffee shop?
The phrase hipster coffee shop is generally used to poke fun at young, often tattooed, urbanites and their lifestyle. Beware the beards and avocado toast.
— Jill (@jilliferium) January 14, 2019
Wohl’s hipster coffee shop tweets became the butt of jokes on Twitter, and people still frequently reference it on the platform. In these parody tweets, people use Wohl’s template of “fake things overheard at hipster coffee shops ” to make fun of Wohl, right-wing conspiracy theories, and internet culture more generally.
I just left a hipster coffeeshop in DC where people were murmuring Jacob Wohl is gonna get indicted for conspiracy.
— Goofrider 🏳️🌈 (@goofrider) October 30, 2018
I just left a hipster coffee shop, it was packed with liberals, whispering amongst each other about how they like and RT all my tweets and think everyone who calls my feed "a hot sewer pipe of putrescent offal" is a Russian agent
— Simon Maloy (@SimonMaloy) July 18, 2018
— Jayelle's on Executive Time! 🇺🇸🏳️🌈💖💜💙 (@GreenEyedLilo) July 19, 2018
The American media landscape in a hipster coffeeshop where I heard En Vogue's cover of "Yesterday" and thought it was good
— heintron (@ethanheintron) January 29, 2019
Popular media, however, may use the phrase to identify trendy, independent, artisanal cafés, say, in distinction to chains like Starbucks or Panera.
I just entered the absolute most hipster coffee shop ever.
Upon telling the barista what I wanted and receiving my latte, I was then asked “how much I would like to pay?”
— Neekoly Solis (@neekosolis) February 7, 2019