It seems as though summertime coffee has all the fun; that's when java 
lovers can take advantage of the added benefits of special brewing gear 
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and a range 
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of intricately spiced 
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iced coffees. Winter's answer to this one-sidedness? Maple-syrup lattes 
sweetened with the finest locally tapped elixirs. Here, a guide to New 
York's sweetest--and stickiest--morning brews: 71 Irving Place Coffee & Tea 
Bar This Union Square caf? blends wood-fired Deep Mountain syrup from 
Vermont with chocolaty Flying Donkey espresso ($5). If that doesn't satisfy 
your maple urge, snag a waffle with butter and maple syrup ($8). 71 Irving 
Pl.; 212-995-5252 or irvingfarm.com 
http://www.irvingfarm.com/index.cfm?c=3&s=1&pg=irvingplace.cfm MudSpot 
Dark grade B maple syrup gives Mud's lattes a mildly sweet touch. For an 
indulgent eye-opener, have your latte ($5) made with heavy cream--or order 
a two-ounce shot of maple syrup ($1) in a regular cup of joe. 307 E. Ninth 
St.; 212-228-9074 or mudnyc.com http://mudnyc.com/ Gorilla Coffee Even, 
ahem, celebs http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20445446,00.html 
have been spotted sipping Gorilla Coffee's lattes ($4), which are laced 
with Maple Grove Farms syrup. 97 Fifth Ave., Brooklyn; 718-230-3244 or 
gorillacoffee.com http://gorillacoffee.com/ Grounded This West Village 
shop offers a fully organic version, which combines light grade A syrup and 
milk from upstate with fair-trade coffee. 28 Jane St.; 212-647-0943 or 
groundedcoffee.com http://www.groundedcoffee.com/
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It seems as though summertime coffee has all the fun; that's when java lovers can take advantage of the added benefits of special brewing gear and a range of intricately spiced iced coffees. Winter's answer to this one-sidedness? Maple-syrup lattes sweetened with the finest locally tapped elixirs.

Here, a guide to New York's sweetest--and stickiest--morning brews:

71 Irving Place Coffee & Tea Bar This Union Square café blends wood-fired Deep Mountain syrup from Vermont with chocolaty Flying Donkey espresso ($5). If that doesn't satisfy your maple urge, snag a waffle with butter and maple syrup ($8). 71 Irving Pl.; 212-995-5252 or irvingfarm.com

MudSpot Dark grade B maple syrup gives Mud's lattes a mildly sweet touch. For an indulgent eye-opener, have your latte ($5) made with heavy cream--or order a two-ounce shot of maple syrup ($1) in a regular cup of joe. 307 E. Ninth St.; 212-228-9074 or mudnyc.com

Gorilla Coffee Even, ahem, celebs have been spotted sipping Gorilla Coffee's lattes ($4), which are laced with Maple Grove Farms syrup. 97 Fifth Ave., Brooklyn; 718-230-3244 or gorillacoffee.com

Grounded This West Village shop offers a fully organic version, which combines light grade A syrup and milk from upstate with fair-trade coffee. 28 Jane St.; 212-647-0943 or groundedcoffee.com
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