Some time ago, my family and I started contributing coffee donations to Red Door Family Shelter, a Toronto organization that assists families, refugees and women fleeing violence. They have been around for a while—since 1982, when only one other shelter was operating in Toronto. Read more...
- Something Special Brewing with Red Door Shelter
- The Importance of Organic Coffee
- How Roasting Changes Coffee Flavour Profile
- Nicaragua Café Femenino
- Sumatra Café Femenino
- Our First Commercial!
- Just Say NO to Bad Hotel Coffee
- Proud to be a K-Cupper?
- Easy Homemade Iced Coffee
- The Clever Dripper - Product Review
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Posted by Matthew on 2/11/2019 to Coffee news
Light, medium or dark roast? All coffee drinkers have their favourites, but many don’t know why—they just know when they like something. So I thought I would explain how roasting affects your favourite cup.
Posted by Matthew on 3/1/2018 to Newsletters
Product Feature: Nicaragua Corcasan Café Femenino
We are excited to be offering a delicious new coffee from another Café Femenino certified cooperative in Nicaragua! This coffee is brought to you by the woman farmers of Corcasan.
Posted by Matthew on 5/5/2017 to Newsletters
Product Feature: Sumatra Café Femenino
We are super excited to be offering a fantastic new coffee from Sumatra. Not only is it delicious, but it’s also certified Café Femenino. This certification reflects a movement empowering women in remote coffee-growing regions – it ensures that the women coffee producers behind all Café Feminino products are recognized and fairly compensated for their work.
Posted by Matthew on 7/12/2016
Posted by Matthew on 2/16/2016 to Newsletters
Over the years, I've taken many trips where I've been disappointed with the terrible coffee offered in hotels – especially the in room coffee. The last thing you want when you first wake up on vacation is bad coffee – yuck! Luckily, it's never been easier to make great coffee yourself while on the road. All you need are a few simple things.
Posted by Matthew on 9/29/2015 to C2CC Offerings
By now we've all heard the negative press about Keurig K-Cups. Sure, they may be more convenient than traditional brewing methods, but their advantage pretty much ends there. First, they are extremely wasteful. Because of all the landfill they've generated, John Sylvan the creator of the K-Cup, has even said that he regrets inventing them.
Posted by Matthew on 7/27/2015 to Newsletters
What's better than Iced Coffee on a hot summer day? Not a whole lot if you ask me! But why would you pay big bucks for coffee with ice when you can easily make it at home for a fraction of the price? Here are a few tips to make a delicious, refreshing Iced Coffee that will really hit the spot without putting a dent in your wallet.
Posted by Matthew on 5/1/2015 to Newsletters
We recently started using The Clever Dripper in our home, and it’s been fantastic! Part of what makes it great is that you can steep your grinds within the cone itself, courtesy of a built-in valve that only releases coffee once you place the filter on top of your cup.
Posted by Matthew on 3/18/2015 to Coffee news
I am happy to announce that we have new client from Grise Fiord, the northernmost, year-round inhabited place in Canada!
Posted by Matthew on 12/28/2014 to Testimonials
Hello fellow coffee lovers! This is where I will post real, unedited testimonials from Coast to Coast Coffee customers.
If you wish to leave a testimonial or review here, please email it to [email protected] and ask to have it added to our Newswire.
Posted by Matthew on 11/25/2014 to Coffee news
Something great is brewing at the Stop Community Food Centre!
Located in the West end of Toronto, The Stop Community Food Centre is an amazing non-profit organization that offers a number of programs to help them achieve their mission of increasing access to healthy food for all.