We are pleased to announce Double Decker Coffee Roasting will be opening its doors for a ‘sneak peak’ this weekend March 23-24, 2019. While we are still streamlining water logistics, Double Decker Coffee Roasting will be operating in a temporary capacity, offering a limited menu, as well as an initial opportunity for the public to take a tour of our beautifully transformed Daimler Double Decker Bus! We’re letting our patient customers know that the bus is fully converted to a welcoming cafe, the coffee roaster is fired up, and we are ready to start serving coffee!
Available items for purchase will include:
o French Press Coffee by the cup
o Coffee by the Pound (whole bean or ground)
o Baked Goods
o Mugs and T-Shirts (While supply lasts!)
Our coffee this weekend is a Dark Roast Blend made up of beans from Mexico, Cuba, and Ethiopia featuring flavours of milk chocolate, hazelnut, shortbread, with a mild acidity.
This weekend we will also be surveying customers to more accurately represent what they are looking for in their coffee. The survey will cover everything from flavour preference, to where and how beans are sourced as well as what you are looking for in the roast itself. Don’t miss this opportunity to support our endeavours as well as shape the future flavours of Double Decker Coffee Roasting!
Remember, Double Decker Coffee Roasting is located behind the first Ski Callaghan ticket booth at the Alexander Falls Ski Touring Center. So, bring your skis, snowshoes, dog, and the whole family to enjoy some fresh roasted coffee in our unique café surrounded by the beautiful sights of the Callaghan Valley!
Patrick Sills is the owner and creator of Double Decker Coffee Roasting. The purpose of the Build Blog is to share the story of the physical build, its components, Patrick's growing education in the coffee industry, and the overall creation of the business. Warning: if run on sentences, poor sentence structure, or simple spelling mistakes bother you to the core stop reading! The Build Blog has a very loose format, I am a builder not a writer, just thought some people might be interested in the story. Enjoy!