• COFFEE PEOPLE ZINE

    $15.00

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    Coffee People Zine / Issue 10 features work exclusively by Black creatives in the coffee community. Painting, photography, poetry, short stories, illustrations, music, and other work by brilliant artists in the coffee industry. This zine showcases the multi-dimensionality of baristas, roasters, Q graders, community leaders, café owners, and other coffee professionals around the world.

    From Coffee People:

    We hired an Executive Editor, Korie “KP” Pickett, to put this issue together. She did an amazing job, and we are so proud of this issue! Here’s a bit from KP: “This issue is important to me because I got to celebrate and honor a product that has changed my life for the better. Coffee has brought so many incredible people into my life and this issue proved that 10 times over. I’m excited for issue 10 to be released to the world because it genuinely shows and celebrates magic that can be found within the coffee industry; from the people that farm, to the people that make, to the people that consume. This issue is filled with dreams past, present and future and I’m excited for readers to experience them first hand.”

    All sales from this issue through the month of September will go to the artists in the zine. Sales revenue from October on will be given to The Bail Project and The Okra Project – two organizations supporting and strengthening their communities. Coffee People Zine will make $0 from the sales of this issue. 

    Pages: 100
    Size: 6×9″
    Contributors: 58+

    Featuring:
    Community Spotlight : GoFundBean, Barista Life LA (#BlackInBrew), Coffee & Tax, Getchusomegear, Coffee Feed PDX, Barista Coalition

    Behind the Bar : Deadstock Coffee (Portland, OR), Everybody’s Busy (Chicago, IL), Cxffeeblack (Memphis, TN), Bloom & Plume Coffee (Los Angeles, CA), Hogg Batch (St Petersburg, FL), Cam’s Coffee (Winston-Salem, NC)

  • Ethiopia Halo Hartume

    peach, cranberry, lemon
    Yirgacheffe | 2000-2200 masl | Heirloom | Washed

    $18.00

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    The washing station at Halo Hartume is a few kilometers from the town of Gedeb. The station itself is situated in a valley surrounded by the hills of Halo Hartume where the coffee is grown. Like most areas around Gedeb, the hills vary in altitude from 2000 to 2200 meters, and the lush green forested hills here are relatively new to coffee. The coffee trees are young, bearing cherries that are large and full of flavor. The washing station receives cherries from 396 area smallholders between October and January. This coffee has the hallmarks of a classic washed Yirgacheffe with delicate sweet notes of peach, cranberry, and lemon.

  • Honduras El Tanque Anaerobic – 8oz.

    red grape, cocoa nib, casaba melon
    Danny Moreno | El Cedral, Santa Barbara | Pacas | 1670 masl | Washed

    $20.00

    We are huge fans of coffees from the Santa Barbara region of Honduras, and value our long standing relationship with the celebrated San Vicente mill. For several years we have offered this excellent lot, El Tanque, produced by Danny Moreno in El Cedral. This year Danny decided to experiment, and produced a small amount of coffee processed with the addition of anaerobic fermentation. We were excited to taste it and were pleasantly surprised by its unique character. In the cup we taste casaba melon, anise, persimmon, red grape, and cocoa nib.

    Ripe red cherries are put into airtight bags to ferment anaerobically for 48 hours. Next, cherries are depulped and the parchment is put into fermentation tanks where it is dry-fermented for approximately eighteen hours. Next, parchment is rinsed four times with fresh water. Lastly, it is put inside parabolic solar dryers for around 20 days. After the dryers, parchment is sorted by hand to remove any defective beans. From here the coffee is delivered to San Vicente for dry milling.

    Receive free shipping when you order $30 or more — that equates to any 2 x 12oz bags or any 2lb/5lb bag.

  • Honduras El Tanque

    honeydew, refined sugar, red apple
    Danny Moreno | El Cedral, Santa Barbara | Pacas | 1670 masl | Washed

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    Moreno family members have become somewhat of a farming dynasty in Santa Barbara, inspiring many of their neighbors to pursue specialty coffee. The Morenos are in a special category of coffee producers, consistently cultivating and producing the highest quality coffee. This requires a mixture of ambition, long term planning, understanding what their market is looking for, and constant reevaluation of agronomic, harvesting and processing techniques. El Tanque is Danny Moreno’s highest altitude tablon, producing this exceptional coffee. In the cup we taste notes of honeydew melon, red apple, and refined sugar.

    Receive free shipping when you order $30 or more — that equates to any 2 x 12oz bags or any 2lb/5lb bag.

  • Ethiopia Dambi Uddo

    strawberry, peach, cherry blossom
    Guji | 2000-2160 | Heirloom | Natural

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    Dambi Uddo is the name for the kabele where both the farm of the same name and the drying station are located. It is a semi-forest farm on approximately 250 hectares of land that processes its own coffee along with coffee from other smallholders in the area. Dambi Uddo is located in the Guji highlands with an average altitude of 2,050 meters. This is easily the cleanest and most balanced naturally processed coffee we have cupped this season. The cup is crisp and vibrant with notes of strawberry, peach, lemon, apple, and cherry blossom.

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  • Mosaic

    mango, raw honey, plum
    Guatemala Las Moritas | Sierra de Las Minas | Pacamara | 1200-1800 masl | Washed

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    Mosaic is crafted to highlight the unique flavor characteristics of one or more coffees. Our roasters explore a variety of roast profiles and recipes to achieve a distinctive result. Mosaic should appeal to those with a more eclectic palate.

    Don Higinio and his wife Doña Aura bought their first small plot of land in 1988, naming it San José Las Moritas. Las Moritas would be the first of many farms Don Higinio would acquire over the years. The farm has an impressive array of coffee varieties including Bourbon, Pache, Catuaí, Pacamara, Caturra, and Typica. The farms are located 1,200-1,800 meters above sea level on the largest mountain range in eastern Guatemala, the Sierra de Las Minas.

    This version of Mosaic blends two different roast profiles of this 100% Pacamara lot from Las Moritas. One profile to bolster the syrupy body and raw honey sweetness, and the other to accentuate the juicy mango and plum notes.

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    Receive free shipping when you order $30 or more — that equates to any 2 x 12oz bags or any 2lb/5lb bag.

  • Big Joy Espresso

    cascara, dark chocolate, raspberry
    Espresso Developed for Milk | Guatemala Covadonga & Guatemala Regalito

    $17.00

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    Big Joy is a slightly more developed roast than Skyline, and pairs exceptionally well with milk. We use Big Joy for all of our milk-based drinks at our cafe and it brews a dynamic, layered solo shot as well. But don’t count it out as a filter option! It will be delicious and sweet brewed with your favorite brewer. Our current Big Joy is a blend of Guatemala Covadonga from Antigua and Guatemala El Regalito from Huehuetenango. Together these coffees produce a densely sweet brew showcasing complex sugar flavors and crisp fruit character.

    Subscribe and save 10% on all future shipments. You can easily cancel or change your subscription at any time.

    Receive free shipping when you order $30 or more — that equates to any 2 x 12oz bags or any 2lb/5lb bag.

  • Moonrise

    cherry, panela, lychee
    Ethiopia Misty Valley & Honduras Santa Barbara | 1670-1950 masl | Natural & Washed

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    Moonrise consists of Ethiopia Misty Valley natural and Honduras Santa Barbara. Misty Valley hails from the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia where producer Abdullah Bagersh takes great care to ensure consistent high quality. Naturally processed coffees keep the whole cherry intact during drying, which imparts more intense fruit character and body to the cup. Santa Barbara is known for its competition-worthy coffees, and this community lot is no exception. Together these coffees produce a syrupy brew with a bright, complex acidity. We particularly love this coffee for espresso.

    Subscribe and save 10% on all future shipments. You can easily cancel or change your subscription at any time.

    Receive free shipping when you order $30 or more — that equates to any 2 x 12oz bags or any 2lb/5lb bag.

  • Skyline Espresso

    blackberry, cocoa, kiwi
    Colombia Inzá & Ethiopia Sollomo | Cauca & Guji | 1500-2250 masl | Washed

    $17.00

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    For Skyline, we select and roast coffees that produce articulate sweetness, complexity, and body. Our roast profile is optimized for espresso extraction. Our current offering is a blend of two outstanding coffees. Colombia Inzá is a regional blend that lends a caramelized depth of sweetness balanced by juicy dark fruit notes. Ethiopia Sollomo brings lively fruit notes such as lemon, tangerine, and kiwi. Together these coffees produce a brew with crisp fruit character and resonant sweetness.

    Subscribe and save 10% on all future shipments. You can easily cancel or change your subscription at any time.

    Receive free shipping when you order $30 or more — that equates to any 2 x 12oz bags or any 2lb/5lb bag.

  • Goodnight Moon Decaf

    fig, raspberry, cocoa
    Colombia Gaitania & Tanzania Iloma | Washed | Swiss Water Process®

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    Goodnight stars, goodnight air, goodnight noises everywhere.

    Goodnight Moon consists of carefully selected small batch coffees decaffeinated by our friends at Swiss Water Decaf. The roast profile is well suited for all brewing methods. We find the cup to be sweet and full-bodied with notes of fig, raspberry, and cocoa.

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    Receive free shipping when you order $30 or more — that equates to any 2 x 12oz bags or any 2lb/5lb bag.

  • WCR Benefit Series – Ethiopia Raro

    nectarine, refined sugar, pineapple
    Guji | 1950-2250 masl | Heirloom | Washed

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    We thought it fitting to feature this special coffee from Ethiopia, the birthplace of arabica, for our inaugural World Coffee Research Benefit Series release. Ethiopia is of critical importance to the entire world — arabica evolved in the forests here and it is the wellspring of coffee genetic diversity.

    This lot comes from the Raro Boda washing station. Farmers in this region grow their coffee either in semi-forest conditions, where they prune and tend to wild native coffee trees under a forest canopy, or in garden conditions, where coffee trees are cultivated and tended to near a farmer’s home. All of the coffee here is grown at extremely high altitude, between 1950 – 2250 masl, and is dried on raised beds. In the cup, we taste notes of nectarine, pineapple, refined sugar, and blackberry.

    $10 from every purchase goes to supporting the global, collaborative work of World Coffee Research to ensure the future of coffee. Learn more about World Coffee Research at https://worldcoffeeresearch.org.

    Receive free shipping when you order $30 or more — that equates to any 2 x 12oz bags or any 2lb/5lb bag.

  • Coffee Consultations

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    We are now offering virtual coffee consultations to help you make great coffee at home. Each consultation is one-on-one and customized according to your skill level, equipment, and interests. We can cover whatever it is you’re wanting to learn, including: 

    • Espresso fundamentals, latte art, and pressure profiling.
    • Pourover techniques, recipes and variables.
    • Best practices for coffee storage, grinding, and brewing. 
    • General coffee information, including common origin characteristics, processing methods, and everything in between.

    Consultations will be held via Zoom. You will receive an email within 24 hours of your purchase to schedule your consultation and to outline the material you would like to cover.

  • Breville Barista Pro

    $899.95

    With a built-in grinder and steam wand, the Breville Barista Pro espresso machine provides everything you need to create specialty espresso drinks at home. The Barista Pro has an intuitive digital interface that includes many barista-focused features such as volumetrically programmable shots, an automatic dosing grinder, and a ThermoJet heating element with a 3 second heat up time.

    To make the most of your purchase, we’re including a free 30 minute espresso consultation via Zoom ($30 value). Each consultation is customized to match your interests and skill level. We can cover everything from espresso recipes, puck preparation, milk steaming, and latte art. We’ve spent many hours exploring the Breville Barista Pro at our roastery, and so we have some helpful tips and tricks to help you get the best performance from your new machine.

    You will receive an email within 24 hours of your purchase to schedule a consultation and to outline the material you would like to cover.

    Orders will ship within 7-10 days via UPS Ground.

  • Guatemala El Bosque

    plum, pear, dark chocolate
    Chimaltenango | Bourbon & Caturra | 1600-1850 masl | Washed

    $20.00

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    El Bosque is a farm operating in the Chimaltenango region of Guatemala, run by a gentleman named Luis Pedro Zelaya. Luis Pedro also operates the Bella Vista Mill where coffees from several of the farms he manages are milled. Here, lot separation allows for greater quality and transparency and the Bella Vista team tries to keep a strict adherence to all agricultural activities on all the farms they manage to ensure high production and quality. The cherries are hand-picked by people from places near the farm, bringing a good source of employment to the community. We find that El Bosque brews an extremely sweet cup with notes of citrus, plum, pear, and dark chocolate.

    Sign up for our rotating single origin subscription and save up to $4 per shipment. You can easily cancel or change your subscription at any time.

    Receive free shipping when you order $30 or more — that equates to any 2 x 12oz bags or any 2lb/5lb bag.

  • The New Rules of Coffee by Jordan Michelman and Zachary Carlsen

    $15.00

    6 in stock

    ABOUT THE NEW RULES OF COFFEE

    An illustrated guide to the essential rules for enjoying coffee both at home and in cafes, including tips on storing and serving coffee, coffee growing, roasting and brewing, plus facts, lore, and popular culture from around the globe.

    This introduction to all things coffee written by the founders and editors of Sprudge, the premier website for coffee content, features a series of digestible rules accompanied by whimsical illustrations. Divided into three sections (At Home, At the Cafe, and Around the World), The New Rules of Coffee covers the basics of brewing and storage, cafe etiquette and tips for enjoying your visit, as well as essential information about coffee production (What is washed coffee?), coffee myths (Darker is not stronger!), and broadcasts from a new international coffee culture.

  • WSU BREAD LAB SERIES

    white peach, persimmon, mixed berries
    Leonardo Henao & Robinson Pillimué | Inzá, Cauca | Caturra & Colombia | 1880-2000 masl | Washed

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    We’re teaming up with some of our favorite people to bring you the Benefit Series. 50% of the sales of these bags go to our friends at WSU’s Bread Lab. To learn more about WSU’s Bread Lab program visit their website – http://thebreadlab.wsu.edu.

    This series features a dynamic new washed coffee from Colombia — Palomos del Sur. Palomos Del Sur is owned by our friend Leonardo Henao, who is uniquely positioned in that he’s a farm owner, coffee producer, operates a dry mill with license to export, and has put together microlot buying programs throughout the country. Needless to say, he has an in-depth knowledge all along the coffee supply chain. Palomos Del Sur is managed by Robinson Pillimué, a local and longtime ASORCAFE member, and an old friend of Leo’s. He and his family live at the farm year round and he oversees much of the renovation and harvest. The house on Palomos Del Sur sits at 1880 meters, and marks the median altitude. The coffee itself is incredibly complex with flavors of mixed berries, white peach, honey, apple, and persimmon.

  • After School Special: “DIY Water for Coffee”

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    Join us for this month’s After School special course: “DIY Water for Coffee”. Your brew water has a significant impact on the flavor profile of your cup. In this course, we will show you just how easy and inexpensive it is to design your own brew water at home. We’ll review various recipes using Epsom salt (MgSO4), baking soda (NaHCO3), calcium chloride (CaCl2), and distilled water to explore how each ingredient impacts the flavor of the cup. When you enroll, we’ll provide you with links to easy to find ingredients.

    When you enroll for this course, we will ship you a bag of Ethiopia Dambi Uddo Natural.

    This LIVE course will be on October 24th at 10 A.M., via Zoom. If you’re not able to join us live, you can still sign up and view the recording at a later date.

    Class time will be approximately 1 hour.

    Order cut off for receiving a bag of Ethiopia Dambi Uddo Natural with enrollment is October 15th at 6pm PST.
    Orders will ship on October 16th via Priority Mail.

    You can sign up for the class-only option up until October 23rd at 6pm PST.

  • The Willows Inn Series

    white peach, persimmon, mixed berries
    Leonardo Henao & Robinson Pillimué | Inzá, Cauca | Caturra & Colombia | 1880-2000 masl | Washed

    $20.00

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    The current iteration of the Willows Series features a dynamic new washed coffee from Colombia — Palomos del Sur. Palomos Del Sur is owned by our friend Leonardo Henao, who is uniquely positioned in that he’s a farm owner, coffee producer, operates a dry mill with license to export, and has put together microlot buying programs throughout the country. Needless to say, he has an in-depth knowledge all along the coffee supply chain. Palomos Del Sur is managed by Robinson Pillimué, a local and longtime ASORCAFE member, and an old friend of Leo’s. He and his family live at the farm year round and he oversees much of the renovation and harvest. The house on Palomos Del Sur sits at 1880 meters, and marks the median altitude. The coffee itself is incredibly complex with flavors of mixed berries, white peach, honey, apple, and persimmon.

  • AeroPress® Coffee Maker

    $29.00

    9 in stock

    The AeroPress is ideal for any coffee lover who’s “on the go”. It’s durable, lightweight, and compact. The AeroPress makes the perfect companion when traveling, camping, or when you need a midday pick-me-up.

  • Camber Sample Box Set

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    Each month we feature four 150 gram offerings in our custom boxes.

    The current box set includes:

    Guatemala El Bosque
    Ethiopia Dambi Uddo Natural

    Colombia Palomos del Sur Washed
    Ethiopia Raro

    Please note: Not all of the offerings in the box set change each month.
  • Coffee Plant Crewneck Sweatshirt

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    Printed on the coziest Champion Crewneck ever created.

    Illustration by Rosa de Weerd
    Locally screen printed in Bellingham by Iron Street Printing

  • Coffee Plant T-Shirt

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    Printed on the softest tri-blend shirt we could find this side of the Mississippi.

    Illustration by Rosa de Weerd
    Locally screen printed in Bellingham by Iron Street Printing

  • Camber Tote Bag

    $18.00

    Local Bellingham artist Brittany Schade took all her favorite parts of the Camber Flagship Cafe and whipped up this delightful design for us.

    Locally screen printed in Bellingham by Iron Street Printing

  • Camber Coffee Club

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    Sign up for our coffee club and sleep easy, knowing that our coffees will magically arrive on your doorstep for months to come. Or better yet, gift the Camber Coffee Club for an instant upgrade from BF to BFF.

    Two (2) x 12oz bags are included in each shipment and you can get a delivery either once or twice a month. You save 10% when you sign up for 6 months, and 15% when you sign up for 12 months. Free shipping is automatically included in every option.

    We ship coffee club orders on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month.

    Giving our Coffee Club as a gift? We’re happy to mail you a Camber card for you to give to the lucky recipient. Just let us know it is a gift order on the checkout page, and enter the address where you’d like the card mailed in the shipping information.

    You can sign up for any of the following options: rotating single origin, Skyline Espresso, Big Joy Espresso, Moonrise Blend or Goodnight Moon Decaf. Please note that certain times of year, it’s possible that you’ll receive repeat single origin coffees. Artist Series releases are excluded from the Coffee Club. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to drop us a line at [email protected].

  • Enamel Pins

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    Grinnin’ and a pinnin’.

    Show your Camber love to the world with our new Bag and Cafe Tile enamel pins.

  • CAMBER X MIIR | PEARL TUMBLER

    $32.00

    Our Camber x MiiR Travel Tumbler keeps your morning coffee or tea hot or cold longer with a leak proof lid that prevents you from spilling your drink. Featuring double wall vacuum insulated design, this stainless steel Travel Tumbler will fit in both your cup holder and daily routine. This mug showcases the art of Rosa de Weerd, a Dutch illustrator that we’re proud to work with.

    • 12 ounces
    • Thermo 3D ™ Double Wall Vacuum Insulation Technology
    • Keeps cold / stays hot
    • Leak free design
    • Insulated Lid
    • 18/8 Medical grade stainless steel doesn’t transfer flavor & no metal aftertaste
    • BPA Free
    • Cup holder & Ice cube compatible
    • Easy to clean

    We’re proud to partner with Miir, who dedicates 5% of their revenue to clean water and development projects.
    Learn more at: https://www.miir.com/pages/giving.

  • Wool Baseball Cap

    $28.00

    These limited-run wool caps will have your softball team dripping with envy.

  • The World Atlas of Coffee by James Hoffman

    $35.00

    5 in stock

    Where coffee comes from, how it was harvested, the roasting process and the water used to make the brew are just a few of the factors that influence the taste of what we drink.  World champion barista, and coffee roaster, James Hoffmann examines these key factors, looking at varieties of coffee, the influence of terroir, how it is harvested and processed, the roasting methods used, through to the way in which the beans are brewed.

    Country by country – from Bolivia to Zambia – he then identifies key characteristics and the methods that determine the quality of that country’s output.  Along the way we learn about everything from the development of the espresso machine, to why strength guides on supermarket coffee are really not good news.  This is the first book to chart the coffee production of over 35 countries, encompassing knowledge never previously published outside the coffee industry.  For everyone who wants to understand more about coffee and its wonderful nuances and possibilities, this is the book to have.

  • Craft Coffee by Jessica Easto

    $21.95

    9 in stock

    For such a simple beverage, coffee can seem complicated, especially if you don’t make it for a living. But thanks to a growing number of dedicated farmers, importers, roasters, and baristas, coffee quality around the world is at an all-time high, and achieving café-caliber goodness at home is well within reach.

    That’s where this book comes in. Written by a coffee enthusiast for coffee enthusiasts, Craft Coffee helps you figure out what you like, what to buy, and how to use it. From demystifying the science of extraction and manual brewing techniques on 10 different devices to choosing equipment and beans, this accessible guide focuses on the issues—cost, time, taste, and accessibility—that home coffee brewers negotiate. No matter where you are in your coffee journey, you can make a great cup at home.

  • Baratza Encore Grinder

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    Featuring 40 individual grind settings, from fine to coarse, the Encore can please any palate with its gamut of accurate and repeatable grind settings. The Encore has an accurate medium to coarse grind for the popular manual brew methods such as Aeropress, Hario V60, and Chemex. The specially designed burrs give a precise grind with minimal fines for a flavorful, balanced extraction when making espresso. And, of course, the Encore is built with the quality Baratza parts you’ve come to trust.

    The efficient DC motor keeps beans cool, even during extended grind times, while a combination of electric and gear speed reducers slow the burr to 450 RPM, ensuring a smooth bean feed and reducing noise, heat and static buildup. A convenient, front-mounted pulse button makes it easy to grind on demand into your brew basket. Whether you are looking for an espresso grinder or a grinder to help you explore that extensive range of brew methods, the Encore is a great all around home grinder.

  • Cupping Spoon

    $15.00

    4 in stock

    Precision coffees demand precision engineering. These stainless steel cupping spoons are custom engraved by W. Wright company in Sheffield, England — which happens to be the birthplace of silver plating — invented by Thomas Boulsover in 1742.

  • Dad Hats

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    Dad Hats. They’re hip. You’re hip. Hip hip!

  • Rotating Coffee Subscription

    $19.00

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    Let our team choose a fresh new single origin coffee for you to receive every month. If you’d like to receive shipments more frequently, you can choose the 7 or 14 day shipment options. Please note that your coffee selection will only change once a month. If you have any questions whatsoever, please email [email protected].

    Receive free shipping when you order $30 or more.

  • Moon Phases T-Shirt

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    Show off your love for the night sky and sweet coffee with this sensationally soft, unisex, tri-blend T.

    Locally screen printed in Bellingham by Iron Street Printing

  • CAMBER X MIIR | BLACK TUMBLER

    $32.00

    Our sleek 12oz stainless steel tumbler is here for you.  We love the secure lid and robust insulated double wall design.

     

    We’re proud to partner with Miir, who dedicates 5% of their revenue to clean water and development projects.
    Learn more at: https://www.miir.com/pages/giving.

  • Kalita Wave 185 Drippers

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    The Wave Series from Kalita is one of our very favorite ways to brew coffee. The flat-bottom coffee bed geometry, patented “Wave” filter, and three-hole design work together to provide an even extraction that makes brewing a perfect cup accessible and easy.

    Brew directly into a cup, or mount it on a brew stand. We recommend this size (#185) for brewing about 26-45 grams of coffee, yielding between 16 and 26 ounces of brewed coffee.

    Made of stainless steel.

    **FILTERS NOT INCLUDED

  • Online Gift Card

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    Note: This gift card cannot be used at our flagship cafe. It is a digital gift card that will be emailed to the recipient, and is good for website purchases at cambercoffee.com only.

    If you’re looking for a physical gift card to use at our Flagship Cafe, they’re right over here: FLAGSHIP CAFE GIFT CARD