We roast coffee in Portland, Oregon

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Dave Ewald

I’ve been roasting coffee for over 20 years, always as an independent. My curiosity for the variety amazing of coffees out there has kept me learning by research, and getting better by doing. In my own way. It’s informed my criteria for sourcing and roasting techniques. It’s best described as a desire for fruit-forward, gently sweetened roasts. To me, this is about paying homage to where coffee comes from, where it’s going, and what it means to the people who experience it. But it’s also more than that to me. It’s culture, food, art, a creative outlet. The incredible variety of unique, beautifully structured coffees can be deeper connections to the broader world, an excuse to connect with friends, a link to the people who brought it to you. So, whether you brew coffee to read a great book, paint, to serve on a first date, or simply to start your day, I know it means something more to you, and I hope that you enjoy it, that it brings you pleasure, and elevates your experience. As I’m just finishing my book, “Seeing Coffee” a photographed and illustrated guide to the process and transformations that happen when roasting coffee from start to finish.

David Beauvais

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