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Grand Opening Unlocked Coffee Roasters

Gran Opening Unlocked Coffee Roasters We just want to share some information on how this day is going to look like. This event will take place Saturday, September 19th in our shop at 556 Perry Ave. Suite B116. We have arranged people into different blocks of time to ensure safety. For the general public is going to be from 8 am to 1 pm and you don´t need reservations to come. During this time frame, we will have FREE DRIP coffee for all who visit and Little sweets with the taste of fall to share your drink.   After 1 pm there is going to be other people participating, and we have given those people special hours, some are friends, media,...

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Red Land, the African beauty now at Unlocked Coffee

We love coffee, we love trying new ones, and roasting an African was one of the short term dreams we had. Finally, this Ethiopian coffee was highlighted in one of our cupping sessions and now is at our online store and coffee shop. Many people have asked us if its a medium, light or dark roast. Our answer is: Our job as roasters is to find the best of each coffee, and as our name says, we want to unlock every taste that comes from each coffee.

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Know the story of the Taza and Pincel cups

The story behind our handcrafted cups Every part of our shop, every detail and every cup has a story. The story behind the colourful cups you see at our shop is amazing.  Taza&Pincel (Cup&Brush) is located in Cali-Colombia, South America; Aura and Dayro Villegas, sister and brother, began this dream of hand made exclusive pottery having as priority creativity and passion in each piece.  Each of their products unique, the result of a 100% handcrafted products, that give a dynamic personality to spaces. We decided to bring them from overseas to add a closer experience to the country where one of the best coffees is made: Colombia.  You can find more of their products at: @tazaypincel Historia en español Taza&Pincel...

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El Obraje, Colombian coffee beauty

  There is a lot to talk about when El Obraje shows up. It was our first coffee, that one that opened the doors to this small business and new roastery. It became our first baby LOL. This specialty single origin coffee comes from Nariño, that is one of Colombia’s 32 Departments. It shares a southern border with Ecuador and is home to thousands of smallholder coffee producing families. Colombia’s three ranges of Andean mountains converge in Nariño, presenting ideal altitudes and fertile soil for high grown Arabica production. Nariño’s particular geography and proximity to coastal and land borders have historically transformed it into a corridor for illicit trade routes, resulting in unwarranted violence against residents of remote mountain farms....

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