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Dark Skies in Bali, Barrel aged Coffee Beans

I’ve been drinking this coffee every day this week from Ground Control in Litchfield Park. Very good and highly suggested. Medium roasted Indonesian coffee with a very smooth taste. This coffee is barrel aged which is definitely unique, as you don’t see that very often. Berry and citrus flavors, a bit of a smoky flavor.

Blue House Coffee’s Cold Brew Delivery

Want cold brew coffee delivered to your door? Check out Blue House Coffee and their local delivery service. Really great tasting and nice smooth cold brew. Blue House Coffee started in 2012 and they’ve expended to delivery for both coffee beans and cold-brew. Very good, and I’m a big fan! Good for home, and office,

How you can support your local coffee shops and roasters

All local coffee shops in Arizona are currently handling a crisis like no other. How can you support your local coffee house or coffee roaster this year? Here are a few ways. Order take out. Many coffee shops are offering curbside pick up of coffee drinks and food… just give them a phone call, and

People in Coffee: Lost Dutchman Coffee

Today, I’m pleased to bring you this interview with Victor Kessler, the owner and operator at Lost Dutchman Coffee Roasters. Victor manages both a coffee roasting company, and a coffee shop in Mesa. I’ve known Victor Kessler since 2007 when we met at a barista jam down in Tucson. Enjoy! Your Background Q. What sparked

Four Coffee

I’ve visited Four Coffee a number of times over the past year or two. It is a small coffee shop / coffee roaster. The roasting arm can be found under Fourtillfour, the parent company which also has a Porsche club. Every first Saturday, they host a monthly meeting of vintage Porsches. They all find a

From Arizona to Colombia: What’s it like to be a coffee farmer?

I had a chance to ask Tim Cummings & Ana Monsalve a few questions about their experience farming coffee in Colombia. Tim is an Arizona native, and moved to Colombia and now grows coffee.  What’s a typical day as a coffee farmer? That’s a good question with many answers.  It really depends on if it’s

Roadrunner Coffee in Tucson

I received an email from Darren Mills. He is the new owner of Roadrunner Coffee Co. in Tucson. He wrote in to share what’s new, saying: Honestly, just about everything has been improved! New ownership has been there 10 months. To name a few changes: We have re-branded, partnered with a local coffee roaster who

Amped Coffee

Last weekend our family was driving north up to Flagstaff and we got delayed due to an accident on the I-17. We backtracked to a new coffee place in Anthem called Amped Coffee. Amped Coffee is new, only opening about a month ago. They feature coffee beverages, and also meeting spaces, and a stage for