Coffee cocktail recommendations:Ever had a Negroni? Replace the vermouth with Cassiopeia and you're away. It goes great with Mezcal and Tequila, also.
Daily dose: Best enjoyed via the Aeropress, French Press, Chemex or your coffee machine.
Story of Cassiopeia
In Greek mythology, Cassiopeia was the Queen of Aethiopia (modern day Ethiopia).
She was banished to the sky by Poseidon, God of the Sea, for boasting that her daughter Andromeda was more beautiful than the spirits of the sea.
As a constellation of the North Sky, located in the Milky Way galaxy, she is recognizable by a ‘W’ shape. Her name has appeared in ancient Phoenician texts as meaning ‘rose colored face’ and ‘cassia juice,’ the Latinized form of the Greek Κασσιόπεια or Cassiopeia.
*Subscribers receive a limited edition print of Cassiopeia in shipment one. Recipes and and Dark Sky Place information in shipments two and three.