The coffee we love most, and the coffee we want to share, is coffee that is approached in a traditional manner - not trying to slow roast the bean to make it as mellow as possible or quickly roasting it to make it as bright as possible but in the happy medium between.
We are going back to the roots of what coffee was in the US before the industrial revolution. Back when the government shipped roasters to the remote front lines of our wars because coffee wasn’t something that should be shipped and allowed to stale. Back when people in rural areas roasted their own coffee at home from unroasted beans bought at the general store and folk in urban areas went to their local roasteries much like they’d go to the local bakery.
We draw inspiration from this history in the US. We use the past to inform the future. We take this connection seriously, which is why 5% of our profits are donated towards ending modern slavery in the coffee industry in Brazil.
Stop by our shop and stay a while. We look forward to sharing this enthusiasm of ours with you.