Welcome to Covabrelli Coffee
“What kind of coffee do you like?” is one of those loaded questions that I’ve received a variety of responses. From those who say “I love the smell, but I just don’t like the taste.” To others who confess “Any coffee that’s hot and wakes me up in the morning is fine by me,” coffee serves as an interesting conversation starter, especially here in the Northwest. My favorite response so far came from a man I’ve gotten to know through the Tumwater Farmer’s Market. He said with a smile, “You know Lou, life is too short to drink bad coffee.” This phrase has stuck for us.
In all that we do—from finding exceptional organic & sustainable coffee to roast, to delivering coffee within 48 hours of roasting, to educating our customers on the finer points of coffee preparation—our goal is to enable everyone to enjoy excellent coffee every day. Whether at home or at the office, Covabrelli Coffee is here to help you discover the joy that comes from coffee that’s fresh, flavorful and worth the extra effort of grinding it right before brewing.
Covabrelli Coffee began as an experiment to see if we could compete in a market that’s saturated with many larger coffee roasters. Even though you can find “Specialty” coffee on almost every street corner in our beloved Tumwater Wa, we found that the coffee being sold here wasn’t all that special.
Covabrelli Coffee grew from a dream to enable people who enjoy coffee to be able to prepare a great cup of coffee each day. We offer an exceptional variety of coffee from all over the world including single origins, blends, and a range of decaf’s. Covabrelli is committed to promote sustainablity at every level of our service to you and to those who labor so tirelessly growing the (more…)
Coffee at its core
Have you ever heard of a coffee cherry?
You many not know, but the coffee beans you know and love come from inside a colorful coffee cherry. There are two main coffee species, Arabica and Robusta. They are each grown in different areas of the world and can look very different. Some coffee plants are small bushes and some are tall trees, others have purple or yellow leaves and still others have dark green leaves. There are seven layers of the coffee cherry and bean. There is lots of information about coffee for any and every coffee drinker to learn.