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When the colder days settle in, it is officially hot chocolate season at Water Street Coffee! Learn how to make our favorite hot chocolate recipe at home.
Give back with every sip! When you sign up for Water Street’s Loyalty Rewards, you earn three rew...
We are so excited to launch our first ready-to-drink bottled beverage! Introducing our bottled Do...
Cold Brew coffee, by definition, is simply the process of steeping coffee grounds in room temperature or cold water for an extended period of time. Learn how to make your own Cold Brew at home!
Willard’s Old Flame was first roasted in 2007 to honor our craft and the history of our roasting ...
You may know that soil and climate play a vital role in how the coffee tastes, however, the post-harvest process is a crucial component to determining the bean's profile.
Once again, Water Street Coffee Roastmaster, Seth Chapman, set out for the coffeelands of Costa Rica, this time to expand and strengthen our relationships with both the coffee and the producers who put so much love and attention into their crop.
Water Street Coffee's Roastmaster, Seth Chapman, visited Costa Rica in March 2018 to meet some of our suppliers and learn more about the region.
In December of 2017, Water Street owner, Mark Smutek, traveled to Ethiopia to experience and learn firsthand how coffee in Ethiopia is grown and processed.
There are many unique names for all the coffee drinks out there, and it can get confusing. What i...
We took some time to talk with our Roastmaster, Seth Chapman, after he returned from his Origin Trip to Chiapas, Mexico.
On our final day we visited a dry-mill located in Independencia. Here we participated in a comprehensive cupping session as well as a full tour of the mill.
The drive to the first destination on our second day was a trying one. Following twisty, winding, bumpy roads up the mountains for about an hour and a half, we finally arrived at Ojo de Agua in the early afternoon.
Traveling to a coffee producing country is what the coffee industry refers to as an ‘origin trip.’ This travel is often necessary in understanding where our coffee comes from and is an important experience from the largest importers down to the smallest micro-roasters.
Tea varies as much in appearance as the different faces of men. ~Hui-tsung, The Chinese Emperor (...
Have you seen the coffee bags with the signature green label? These special bags represent our current Fresh Crop coffee offerings. With a limited availability and some truly brilliant characteristics, these coffees are incredibly special and we thought you ought to know!
Water Street Coffee is excited to have acquired this coffee through a direct trade partnership with a family farm in Panama called Finca Hartmann.
Dipping your toes into the world of tea can be overwhelming. Like with coffee, it seems like there is an endless variety of flavors and options. Here's a look at the basic categories of teas.