• Drink of the Week: Camber Coffee Goodnight Moon Decaf

    Decaf has long gotten a bad rap among coffee drinkers, but in recent years a handful of companies have started to address that stigma by offering high-quality, well-sourced, and naturally processed caffeine-free options. The latest bag to hit my desk—Camber Coffee’s Goodnight Moon Decaf—is a great example of a superb caffeine-free option from a forward-thinking company that embraces all types of coffee drinkers.

  • Camber Coffee

    The idea came about after a number of conversations and attempts between my client and me. Many of those talks were about the beauty of the Pacific Northwest and its misty mountains, deep forests, rocks, and water that are so inspiring to many who live here. The marbling technique is something I have admired for years and I thought that it reflects similar beauty though the mixing colors of flowing water, clouds and sky, trees, and fog. I also love the way that it can reflect scent and flavor, perfect for these coffees that are created with such care and unique characteristics.

  • Inspired by Geography, Camber Coffee Bags Are A Marbled Marvel

    Inspired by the natural geography from which the coffee originates, Camber Coffee bags are a marbled beauty. Each coffee variety has its own color scheme and marbled design, making every bag feel unique and special. The minimalist approach the rest of the design takes brings the coffee company a luxury feel.

  • Coffee Design: Camber Coffee In Bellingham, Washington

    Bellingham, Washington’s Camber Coffee is no stranger to beautiful packaging, debuting an artist series for special offerings late last year. But this new work represents a complete redesign Camber’s coffee bags, a process that’s taken nearly three years from concept to release. We’re thrilled to sit down with David Yake to learn more about the new look.

  • World Coffee Research & Camber Team Up For International Coffee Day

    International Coffee Day is right around the corner. Have you hung your decorations yet? Bellingham, Washington’s Camber Coffee is certainly celebrating and raising money for a good cause to boot. On Tuesday, September 29th, Camber will debut their brand-new limited release World Coffee Research Benefit Series of coffee, and for the inaugural offering, they’ve invited WCR’s Hanna Neuschwander to join for a talk on Instagram Live.

  • Design in Coffee

    The inspiration for these designs came during a hike in the Chuckanuts – the coastal mountain range near Bellingham.

  • Camber Coffee Sends Coffee Drinkers to Summer School

    Bellingham, Washington-based Camber Coffee, whose beautiful flagship cafe is currently open for takeout and pickup orders, has also been running a Zoom-based “Summer School” for coffee lovers.

  • We Love Coffee Blends—Here’s 14 To Try Right Now

    A luscious, delicious blend of naturally processed Colombian coffee and washed Honduras Santa Barbara. Camber notes they “particularly love this blend for espresso” but you’ll be just as happy brewing it up at home in your favorite brewer.

  • Coffee Subscriptions Worth of Your At-Home Brewing Routine.

    In addition to their subscription option, Camber is currently running a Benefit Series sharing 50% from sales of specially packed beans with their partner cafes and restaurants—from Coyle’s Bakeshop in Seattle to Konbi and Sqirl in Los Angeles. This award-winning Bellingham, Washington-based roaster is served at prestigious coffee bars throughout the US and at the fine dining destination Canlis. For at-home brews, they offer a Camber Coffee Club and a Coffee Subscription with four blend options or a Rotating Single Origin.

  • Best Coffee Delivery – Get These Fresh Coffee Beans Delivered Right to Your Door.

    Seattle roasteries steal the espresso-hued spotlight in Washington state — and for good reason — but widen the frame a little and you’ll find the equally attention-worthy Camber Coffee nestled just a few towns short of the Canadian border. Camber offers their standard coffees and blends in 12 ounces or 5 pounds, shipped as whole beans or drip grinds. Right now, they’re also highlighting two vibrant fruit options from Kenya and Colombia, each packing so much flavor that they’re only sold in 8-ounce quantities.