We take as much care & intention in sourcing the food for our cafe & restaurant as we do in sourcing our coffees. We're proud to partner with our Ferndale friends, @oakmeadowsfarm, who take the time to (actually) pasture-raise their chickens. If you haven't been in to taste our fall dinner menu, may we suggest the roast chicken, served over winter vegetables with tarragon and jus. Click the link in our profile to peruse (and drool over) our new dinner menu.
If you think this shop looks dreamy as all get out, well, you're not wrong. We're excited to participate in a popup at @mrwestdrinks with the creative folks from @winkdoughnuts this Saturday, 10/20, at 9:30am (the coffee + donuts are sure to go fast, so don't dally). We'll be brewing all of our new coffees on Rattleware Cupping Brewers, and Wink will be serving up their wildly delicious, organic, GF, plant-based donuts.
Do you find yourself too preoccupied drinking tasty wine to remember secret passwords and/or handshakes? Then the Camber Wine Club is for you! . Each Friday, we share a new wine that we're particularly excited about, and offer a screaming bottle price. This weekend, we're bringing in two special apple wines from @finnriver as part of our big Cider Days celebration, which runs all weekend. Think cider flights, hot caramel cider for the kiddos and all the apple-themed dishes your heart could ever desire! And what’s more — 10% of all cider sales go to the @communityfoodcoop’s Farm Fund! Head over to @camberholly to learn more about our wine club and other winey happenings.
We fell for the subtle strawberry and watermelon sweetness in this coffee. It's a coffee you can spend some time getting to know; the layers reveal themselves gradually, and the honeyed finish keeps you coming back. Link in profile. This coffee was grown and processed by Carlos Alberto Ulchur, a smallholder member of the ASORCAFE Inzá, Cauca producer group. Grown at 1,900 meters, this very special lot was selected from the organization’s producers for its exceptional quality. The municipality of Inzá is bordered by Tolima and Huila, and looks out to the west over the Pacific Ocean. Situated on the “Macizo Colombiano” (the Colombian Plateau), which surrounds the high peaks of Tolima and Huila, the region is an important source of water and wildlife, in addition to being prime coffee growing land. Carlos’ lot is bursting with clean fruit notes -- we hope you enjoy it as much as we have
Look, we're all grown up! We now have some of our favorite brewing gear available on our website — just head to the Goods page. We have the amazing @fellowproducts Stagg EKG Kettle, @kalitausa Wave 185 brewer and brand new @miir tumblers. Add any one of these to your coffee order for free shipping & get your brew on.
We love classic coffees from Guatemala and this, friends, is not your classic coffee from Guatemala. Yes, it has a big, syrupy body, but the fruit character is shape-shifting, ranging from plum to grape to cherry. Follow the link in our profile to order a bag for yourself today. . San Jacinto is located in San Pedro Necta, Huehuetenango and consists of three small producers: Jacinto Pérez Sánchez, Francisco Pérez Sánchez and Rudy Pérez Sánchez. The area encompassing San Jacinto starts at 1650 and ends at 1700 masl. Varieties in this area consist of 70% Bourbon, with the remaining 30% being a mixture of Caturra and Pache. They have a late harvest due to the altitude, so the harvest season goes from the beginning of March to the end of April and there are two rounds of picking. They also operate their own wet mill and patios for drying.
Our head chef, Mac, and the rest of our kitchen team, have been spending many late nights in the kitchen, developing wildly delicious dishes for our fresh fall menu. Click the link in our profile to see our new dinner menu, and come enjoy a date night with us soon!
Dare to care. Dare to share. 🤝🤘🤙 Join us today for our monthly Drink for Good event. This month we're giving $1 from every glass of beer, wine and cider to @whatcomhumanesociety! Come imbibe with friends and help out our furry friends in need.
⚡️Welcome back students ⚡️ To enter to win a $50 gift card, 1️⃣ follow us 2️⃣ tag three Bellingham students below. And don’t miss out on our⚡️FREE⚡️ 12oz @oatly latte day! This Wednesday, 10/3, we’re giving away free lattes to all students with valid ID all day (7am-9pm). Spread the word ⚡️
News alert! We now have caramel lattes featuring real, amazing caramel from @pureblissdesserts
When we first cupped this coffee it made a serious splash 🤦♂️ Seriously tho — get a bag before it’s gone — link in profile. We love Hallo for its mix of piquant aromatics, unique spice notes, and fresh fruit character. This lot hails from the Hallo Fuafate washing station in Worka, a village close to the Hallo settlement. The washing station is located at 2032 masl, and the name comes from a nearby waterfall (fuafate means “falls”). Cherries are depulped within eight hours of arrival and undergo 72 hours of wet fermentation. They then spend 24 hours on the first drying bed with a net base that allows the water to drain. Next, they are moved to raised beds where they dry for six to ten days. Enjoy the endless aromatics that this coffee has to offer!
Meet our Cardamom Rose Crème. This drink is as delicious as it is beautiful. It’s made with equal parts condensed milk, espresso, cardamom and dyn-o-mite.
Introducing the Rösti, which we’re told is Swiss for “heaven on a plate.” Served with bacon jam (that we make with our very own coffee), avocado, fried eggs, arugula & a pickled pepper sauce. Come get one during brunch, served from 8am-3pm daily. #dtbham
We do much more than make coffee at our flagship cafe. Our kitchen team has been adding stunning new dishes to our dinner menu, which we serve Mon-Sat from 5pm-close. We even make pasta in house for our new Bolognese — masterfully demonstrated here by Annie. #dtbham
Our @Miir mugs bring the heat, on adventures near and far. Find them under the Goods page on our website - link in profile.
These unisex, tri-blend T’s are sensationally soft. The artwork is inspired by a diagram found in an astrological handbook written by Aḥmad al-Bīrūnī, who lived near present-day Tehran in the 10th century. They were screen printed by local Bellingham dynamo, Redboots Design. Pick one up at our cafe or online - link in profile.
We've been supremely fortunate to source this punchy coffee for a number of years running. We're tasting grapefruit, lime and pineapple in this year's crop. Link in profile for this showstopper. This coffee hails from the Barichu Farmer's Cooperative Society, which is comprised of 600+ small producers, and is located in Nyeri, near the base of Mt Kenya. Farmer's plots in this area are usually measured by the number of trees, rather than parcel size, indicating the high level of attention that is given to each and every cherry. Gatomboya is a Kikuyu word for swamp, referring to the nearby Gatomboya River, from which water is used to wash and ferment coffees at the factory before they're dried on raised beds. Gatomboya is one of the best performing washing stations in Nyeri and has been delivering great coffees for many years. We're thrilled to continue offering the fruits of their dedication with this AA lot!
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