Coffee chaff is one of the recurring waste byproducts of roasting that we repurpose.Read More
All of the materials utilized in the construction of our modular cafés utilize a variety of sustainable finishes and materials. Beginning with the front counter surfaces that are constructed from the non-edible portion of corn stalks after harvesting, all of the vertical and horizontal finished surfaces are constructed from a combination of FSC certified, post-consumer recycled, rapidly renewable, and/or post-industrial scrap materials.Read More
1. As the Green Coffee Buyer for ecoGrounds you have the opportunity to travel to different coffee regions in the world. Can you tell us a little bit about the regions you buy coffee from?
Most of the coffees I buy for ecoGrounds come from Central and South America.
In general these coffees are typically washed (a process that happens after the coffee is picked) so they tend to have a bright acidity, light to medium body, and a lot of subtle nuances like nuttiness and chocolate.
This week we spoke with one of our roasters, Tyler Fioresi, and asked him to share some of his thoughts about ecoGrounds.Read More
October is Fair Trade Month and a reminder that every purchase we make as a consumer, from bananas to flowers to coffee, has the potential to make a positive impact on the life of a farmer. We know you might recognize the certification logo from our coffee bags, but how much do you know about Fair Trade?Read More
An inside look at World Coffee Research from founding member Shawn Hamilton, ecoGrounds Coffee Buyer and Master Roaster.Read More
Adam Pobiner gives us a peak at how ecoGrounds beverages come to be.Read More