Taste of America: coffee at your doorstep

Whether it be on your commute to work, or just from your kitchen back to bed, errr your home office, we know the importance of that cup of coffee. Buying your coffee beans directly from a local coffee shop or roaster supports their staff during this difficult time. From Honolulu to the Bay Area, to Brooklyn, NY and cities in between, these coffee roasters from across the country ship beans freshly roasted from their shop to your doorstep.

Per'La, Miami

Per’la Specialty Roasters (Miami, FL)

Offering free shipping on all orders. “The coffee was delivered across the country to my doorstep in Arizona on Saturday—I was super impressed! We made a pot of the Miami Restaurant Employee Relief Fund Blend this morning and it was fabulous.” Gabi M, Yelp Elite.

Ampersand Coffee, Boulder

Ampersand Coffee Roasters (Boulder, CO)

Free shipping on orders over $25. All coffee is organic and free trade. Their Unity Coffee supports those affected most by COVID-19. They are giving this coffee away for free at their tasting room for anyone recently furloughed, or to those working in essential industries that put their own health at risk for the community (medical care, law enforcement, etc). It’s available online for the cost of shipping, $7.75

Compass Coffee, Washington D.C.

Compass Coffee (Washington D.C.)

Free shipping on all orders. When shopping for beans, check out their homemade simple syrups like cherry blossom, lavender honey, vanilla, and more. They also have homemade hand sanitizer for sale!

New Mexico Pinon Coffee

New Mexico Piñon Coffee (Albuquerque, NM)

Never had piñon coffee? Unique to New Mexico, coffee beans are roasted with the New Mexican piñon nut or in some cases, the piñon flavor, adding hints of vanilla and sweetness to your morning cup. Free shipping on orders over $50.

French Truck Coffee

French Truck Coffee (New Orleans, LA)

They offer free shipping with orders of $25+. When purchasing, check out their informative “how to prepare coffee” guide on their website and you’ll never make iced coffee the wrong way again!

To explore more locally owned coffee from home, check out 30+ roasteries from around the country here.