Creating a sustainable coffee economy isn’t a marketing phrase designed to sell coffee for higher prices. It’s an ongoing effort that’s critical to keeping quality coffee available while taking care of the people responsible for creating it. Despite the efforts of the third-wave coffee movement, some industry insiders fear we’re on the
If you look around a coffee shop, or walk down the coffee aisle at the store, you’ll likely see the word “Arabica” used. Though you might assume this refers to where the coffee comes from, it actually refers to the type of coffee beans used to make it. Coffea, also known as the
It’s hard to believe but 7 Corners Coffee is officially one year old. We could have never predicted everything that would take place in our first year of business. We are incredibly thankful for the support of our community as we’ve worked to adapt to current circumstances while providing quality,
Being transparent with coffee origins is a critical part of the third wave coffee movement. Walk into a specialty coffee shop, and they’ll not only tell you the country that a particular roast is from but the region where it was harvested. Does this really matter? Yes! You may already know that coffee origin can have a significant
With the rise of the internet and social media, American society has become increasingly aware of where their products are made and food is grown. This has led to a push for buying local or at least American-produced products. While it’s certainly a great idea to support local business, particularly
7 Corners Coffee is proud to announce our latest roaster: Madcap Coffee. As far as third wave roasters go, Madcap is a veteran, having started all the way back in 2008. Don’t mistake their age for complacency, though. Madcap is constantly pushing industry boundaries, experimenting with new flavors and holding themselves to
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