CELEBRATING PORTLAND'S COFFEE CULTURE ON INTERNATIONAL COFFEE DAY

International Coffee Day

International Coffee Day is observed every September 29th. It isn’t just a celebration of coffee and coffee culture, but is also used to promote fair trade coffee and raise awareness for the plight of coffee growers. Many of us rely on coffee to get us through the meeting, day, week, year. It’s so ingrained in our experiences that often we forget to stop and appreciate the art and effort that goes into giving us our daily caffeine fix.

Clark & Mayfield's hometown, Portland, has launched a plethora of unique coffee companies, each with their own history and backstory, all who put love into their craft. For International Coffee Day, we want to share what makes some of our Portland-based coffee company unique, whether it’s their history, product, or personality. Maybe you'll discover some new favorites!

Heart Coffee

Featuring the best green coffee from Central America, South America, and Africa, Heart Coffee offers simple uncompromising quality. Excellent coffee mixed with industrial stone, weathered brick, and comfortable décor makes Heart coffee a quintessential Portland experience.

Stumptown Coffee

The most famous local coffee roaster, Stumptown Coffee can be found in almost as many locations as Starbucks in Portland, and their coffee is sold in many local locations. After pursuing the greatest coffee beans in the world Stumptown has made its name creating some of the best coffee in the nation.

Coava Coffee Brew Bar 

Coava is your all-in-one ethical and excellent coffee experience. They give special attention to each step of the coffee experience from sourcing all the way to the community and partnerships they’re building.

Trailhead Coffee Roasters 

Trailhead coffee is craft roasted, bike delivered. They’ve earned their reputation delivering organic, sustainable, and fair trade coffee in compostable bags by cargo bikes.

Nossa Familia Coffee  

Started out of pride and frustration, Nossa Familia Coffee is the epitome of a family owned business. The coffee beans are imported from the owner’s family farm in Brazil, guaranteeing the highest quality from bean all the way to service.

Public Domain  

Public Domain believes that coffee should be an experience. Designed for experimentation and exploration their unique blends are updated seasonally and they often feature flavors you can’t find anywhere else.

Dapper & Wise Roasters  

Their mantra is “Quality in the cup and quality of life for coffee farmers” and they live up to expectations. From light floral brews to deep Italian flavors, every Dapper & Wise coffee strikes a balance, appealing to connoisseurs and the general public alike.

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