by: Tiffany Razzano
It’s all part of his goal to make specialty coffee more “approachable,” he added. “Coffee can be intimidating, especially when you first get started. In the coffee industry, there is this coldness sometimes. It’s pretentious, a little bit. At the end of the day, to me, our philosophy is we don’t want that. We want to knock down these barriers or walls and bring coffee for all.”
They launched their new truck last year with the goal of booking private events.
They’ve also used the truck to make local deliveries to those who order coffee through their website in the Sarasota and Bradenton areas.
They sell coffee both wholesale for restaurants and other businesses, and also smaller bags for individuals brewing coffee at home. They offer free delivery – using their coffee truck – to anyone in the Bradenton or Sarasota areas who orders online.
They also ship to other areas, Schmitt added, offering free shipping to anyone who spends at least $25. Otherwise, shipping is a $5 flat fee.
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