Category: Micro

3-19 Coffee Effort Supports Guatemalan Growers Hit Hard by Pandemic

Food security and access to household necessities have been two of the most pressing and immediate impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic among smallholder farmers and their communities all over...

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In Greater Seattle, Roasterworks Unveils a Sea of Roasting Possibilities

Adding to the rapidly growing list of shared roasting businesses comes Roasterworks in Auburn, Washington. The full-service co-roasting and education business is the first of its kind in the...

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A Range of Coffee Delights at Madrone Mountain in the Texas Hill Country

Though its first year of climbing into the market has been steep, Madrone Mountain Coffee has reached an important plateau: its first retail coffee shop in Dripping Springs, Texas....

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Bourbon Meets Bourbon In Deviation Distilling’s New Barista Spirits

Deviation Distilling has teamed with Copper Door Coffee Roasters to create a new line of coffee-flavored whiskies that began distribution throughout Colorado earlier this month. Each of the new...

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World’s Youngest Q Grader Launches Youth-Supportive Joven Coffee

The world’s youngest licensed Q Grader, Francesca “Frankie” Volkema, today officially launched her own youth-farmer-focused coffee brand, Joven Coffee. Proving that youth is not always wasted on the young,...

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Freshly Rebranded Press House Coffee is a Force in Pittsburgh

The Pittsburgh-based roasting company Green Dragon Coffee emerged anew at the tail end of 2019 Press House Coffee. It’s also providing the coffee power behind another Pittsburgh coffee brand,...

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Two-Year-Old Lima Coffee Roasters Opens First Bar in Fort Collins

The first retail coffee bar from the two-year-old Fort Collins, Colorado-based roasting company Lima Coffee Roasters is now open inside the Foothills Shopping Center. Now neighbors to international chain...

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Switchback Coffee Roasters Blazes Its Trail with Second Colorado Springs Shop

Like summiting over a steep mountain pass, a retail business’s trek through the rocky COVID-19-era terrain requires determination and plenty of pivoting. Fortunately, both come naturally to the outdoors-inspired...

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Camber Coffee Sends Coffee Drinkers to Summer School

As governments, universities and other institutions charged with delivering education flail around aimlessly in the summer winds, one company in the coffee world seems to have figured out one...

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With Colombian Fare and Fresh Roasts, Take It Easy in Las Vegas

From the people behind the duo of popular Makers & Finders coffee shops in Las Vegas has come a new roastery, bakery and cafe in Sin City’s Chinatown neighborhood...

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