Since 2009, our goal has been to bring specialty coffee to the larger public. We take great pleasure in exploring, without prejudice, all the new drying techniques, the different terroirs and the coffee growers behind each plantation, and then sharing with you the fruit of our research.
This enthusiasm is accompanied by a crucial element: respect for all humans involved, from the bean harvest, to you, who hold a cup in your hands.
The residue from the roasting process is composted. That's more than 50 pounds of organic material composted each week.
Green grain bags
Jute packaging is being recuperated by a entrepreneur in the Chaudière-Appalaches region in order to reuse it in his hazelnut tree plantation.
An afterburner chamber is attached to our roasting equipment to allow us to completely eliminate particulate emissions into the air. This is a strict standard that is required in California, but not required in Canada. We decided to go above and beyond what is required by local authorities since the air quality of our neighbors is important to us.
Revealing the aromas hidden in each grain Discovering a world of flavors, tasting the landscapes Supporting producers, promoting humans Exploring is our passion