🎉Bellingham 🎉Tag a powerhouse in our community & go follow @camberholly for a chance to win a $50 gift card for a 🍷& 🍰 night. Share this in your stories for an extra entry. And join us this Friday for our second monthly Drink for Good event, where we donate $1 from every glass of beer, wine and cider we sell to a local nonprofit. This month our team has chosen to support the contagiously amazing folks down the street at @MaxHigbeeCenter. Last month, with your help, we raised over $200 for local heroes @LydiaPlace. Let's keep the locomotive of positivity rolling this month!
Get excited folks! We have two new coffees on our website (link in profile) and on bar @camberholly -- Ethiopia Guji Uraga and Colombia Palomos del Sur. We're lucky to have sourced both of these coffees for back-to-back years, and this year's crop does not disappoint! In the Guji, we're tasting notes of lavender, nectarine and plum. In the Palomos del Sur, we're tasting notes of tangerine, cranberry and lime. Both lovely, lovely coffees!
Colombia Urrao. Present and ready to impress.
Our Sencha from Kagoshima, Japan is dripping with notes of melon, citrus and an oh-so-satisfying herbacious aftertaste.
A bright coffee and a bright idea. Now serving grapefruit mimosas - $2 off all weekend every weekend.
Waste not want not.
We're alright with this spring light. And spring flowers from the one and only @wildryefarm
☀️Big changes at Camber☀️We’re beyond excited to share our new breakfast, lunch and dinner menus! We are now serving breakfast and lunch (some may even call it brunch) from 8am-3pm everyday. At 3pm, our kitchen will take a break to start prepping for dinner, which we are serving from 5pm to close every night (except Sunday, which we all know is meant for all day brunch). Our new dinner menu is 🔥🔥🔥 Check out the link in our profile. See you soon, friends! ❤️
We're in love with our new painting from @sharon.kingston.studio. And all of our pour over coffees. Every last one.
Don't skimp on flavor.
We're obsessed with our Colombia San Antonio. We're convinced this coffee was grown for filter brews -- it tastes so crisp and sweet at every extraction we've thrown at it. We're tasting pear, honeycrisp apple and peach in the cup. San Antonio is comprised of six very small lots from the settlement of San Antonio, located in the province of Inza. This area is home to some very high altitude farms ranging from 1600-2000 meters and producing mostly Caturra and Typica with some regional hybrids mixed in. The coffees are pulped using hand crank pulpers, fermented and washed, and then dried in the sun on raised covered beds. The result is an incredibly clean coffee with a soaring acidity As always, get free shipping when you order any two coffees, or place any order over $30 on our website: cambercoffee.com.
We could hold these new @acmeandco mugs forever and ever. And so could you. We only have a few available at our shop tho. Get one for the special mug-lover in your life before they’re gone.
Bellingham! Join us this Friday and Saturday for two days of late spring-inspired, wine-filled fun! Our Wine Director, Emmaline Jones, has sourced three special rosés, including an unbelievably delectable, limited offering from Mark Ryan Winery. Drink specials will include $1 off glass pours, hibiscus mimosas and rosé tasting flights. Our amazing kitchen team is preparing some fun dishes for the weekend, including pink charcuterie, beet noodles with whipped feta and house-made rhubarb sorbet! The event will also mark our very first Drinks for Good, where we give $1 from each glass of wine, beer and cider sold to a local charity. We are partnering with @LydiaPlace for June, who we admire SO much! Bring your friends down for a glass of rosé or two on our patio!
Our Colombia Urrao Heirloom Caturra is going fast -- get it while you can (link in profile). Some coffees make a big splash and then quickly fade from your consciousness. Not this one -- we keep coming back to its cornucopia of fruit --kiwi upfront, strawberry, melon in the finish. This coffee is comprised of five carefully selected lots from the Urrao region of Antioquia. The variety grown by these producers is a naturally occurring regression of Caturra, locally referred to as Chiroso, and is grown at approximately 2000 meters. The seeds are an elongated shape, and present fruit-forward and even floral characteristics. We've been thrilled with the excellent quality of these coffees from Urrao, as they tend to be juicy and complex while still tasting exceptionally clean and balanced.
We're in love with our latest batch of cascara kombucha that we made in collaboration with the amazing folks @kombuchatown. It's so sweet, balanced, and of course, perfectly fizzy. On tap now -- come get a pint!
All of the above.