Thanks for joining us here in our flavor-filled corner of the CLE where we've been roasting and home-delivering fine single origin specialty coffees to coffee lovers throughout Ohio since 2007. With many fine coffees on our menu to choose from, we invite you to discover our exceptional service and a world of flavors in our small batch, artisan-roasted coffees.
For something special to treat your own taste buds or to give as gifts, look to our limited edition, roast-dated Captain's Table brand coffees for farm-specific microlots, estate coffees, award-winning beans and other distinctive coffees carefully grown, processed and fresh-roasted for your enjoyment.
And please don't miss our Windward Select offerings - our collection of fine coffees from throughout the world chosen for their distinctly satisfying flavor characteristics. From the bright flavors and sparkling acidity of African coffees to full bodied chocolaty beans of South America, you'll find a full spectrum of satisfying flavor in our offerings.
Ready for the classic flavors of Ethiopia Yirgacheffe? New to our lineup and a treat in your cup, we're very pleased to offer you this outstanding coffee grown and collected from small farms near the village of Chelchele. You'll find it to be a delicate cup that will delight light roast fans with its clean, naturally sweet and fragrant flavors accented with a touch of citrus acidity and the delightfully perfumed floral flavor notes of jasmine and lemon zest.
Starting at $12.95/12 ounces
This fresh roasted organic and Fair Trade-certified coffee produces a rich, sweet, tart and nutty cup that's at its best as a French Press, in a drip machine and as espresso....
This clean and delicate coffee delights your senses with flavor notes of jasmine and lemon zest that come alive in your cup. To make it even better, it's topped off...
This summer it's all about the ice. Cold brew coffee is enjoying a wave of popularity and for good reason. It's dead simple to make and makes a very rich, full bodied, low-acid, high caffeine concentrate you can store in the fridge for up to two weeks. To use, just pour some in a glass filled with ice and dilute to taste with dairy or more water. Cold brew's biggest drawback is the time it takes to make it. You just have to plan ahead. If you're in a hurry, the "fast" way is to mix it up, put a lid on it and leave it out at room temperature where you're looking at a 12 to 18 hour wait...