Come and taste coffee with our head roaster and co-owner of Farmers Union Coffee Roasters.
Thank you to everyone who attended our first class called "Why No Dark Roast". We couldn't believe the turnout and want to continue to share our story and coffee with everyone!
Come and learn how coffee is tasted by the farmers, the roasters, and everyone in between.
Our first class will be limited to 10 seats. The sign up form is below. We will be tasting coffee roasted by Farmers Union Coffee Roasters from Carmo de Minas Brazil, the Forests of Guji Ethiopia and also some...
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New coffee alert!
Lucila Gomez: The coffee was farmed by Lucila Ceron Gomez on her farm El Naranjo in Narino, Colombia. Mouth watering notes of cherry, melon and baked apple await in this "Colombia" varietal coffee. Narino is one of our favorite places to source coffee, and this is typical of the very...
Slightly Coffee Roasters is moving and rebranding!!!
As you may already know, Slightly Coffee Roasters is moving and rebranding! The cafe on East 8th Ave has closed, and our new flagship cafe and roastery at 152 W. 5th Ave will be rebranding to Farmers Union Coffee Roasters.
Here's what you can do to stay caffeinated.
We still have some work to do on the space before we open, so here are some ways you get your fix in the meantime: