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Java Junction Coffee & Gifts2855 Hwy 14
Madrid, NM 87010
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Our food and coffee is made with the freshest ingredients we can find from award-winning Santa Fe bakeries and roasters. Our beans are roasted 18 miles north of us. We choose products from New Mexico families and businesses when possible that are locally sustainable. We believe in our community, and are proud to provide a comfortable, welcoming meeting place for locals and visitors alike at the heart of our small village. Stay the night in our upstairs bed and breakfast, and experience our small town hospitality first hand.
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