Austin >Texas Coffee Traders
Texas Coffee Traders is a local family-owned and operated coffee roasting store and gift shop, selling gourmet candies and more. Located in
a restored warehouse near downtown Austin, Texas Coffee Traders' coffees are roasted fresh, daily, and available for wholesale and retail purchase.
A wide range of coffees are provided that are roasted using tried and true recipes, bringing you the very best flavors the world has to offer! Visit the store for coffees as well as delicious chocolate almonds, tiramisu caramels, gourmet candies and other gifts. Texas Coffee Traders' website has a complete list of offerings and an online store for orders.
The store also provides full service repair for coffee, espresso and tea machines for coffee shops and cafes. Drop in for a visit and experience the smells and tastes of freshly roasted coffee at Texas Coffee Traders. Buy local; fresh is best! …
Unless you saw them at the farmer's market, you might not realize that Texas Coffee Traders sells an astonishing number of delicious loose leaf teas, as well as a handful of fun tea-steeping supplies -- in case you want to forego a fancy tea house, and throw your own damn tea party.
Best Coffee Ever!. Do yourself a favor and go get coffee from here. This coffee is reasonably priced for gourmet coffee. The coffee is roasted right here in Austin! So buy local and enjoy as if you were on a vacation! There's a gift shop in the frontr and tables to enjoy your selection. Great place to unwind!
Thank you for the kind words! Come see us again soon!
Hidden Treasure - Great Place to Drink Coffee & Shop For Gou. This Place should be better known! They actually roast the coffees on premise and sell by the bag or cup to the public and in bulk to restaurants and business'. Located just east of I35, they offer a quaint seating area to sip a cup of delicious coffee (varieties to choose from). To my surprise they also have a little shop with gift items (mostly coffee related ), as well as gourmet candies! It is a great place to relax for a while. I could just sit there and enjoy that great coffee aroma!
Not so good.
I've had their coffee a couple of times in different donut shops and whatnot and it's not terrible. But I've tried their espresso drinks a couple of times on campus (at the law school cart) and it was awful! There are way too many options on campus, so I recommend going someplace else.
Straight from the furthest reaches of Ethopia, Indonesia and Africa and into your cup..
They support farmers, the environment and the local community. Conservation groups, women's shelters and Native American groups all profit from the proceeds of different "special project" coffee blends. Employees are also paid salary rates for volunteer efforts. These coffee traders donate back a portion of their profits to the grower's community in the Costa Rican Rain Forest. They also support "shade" grown coffee; coffee grown without cutting the rain forest canopy for light.
Sorry, I'm hooked on Texas Coffee Traders. They have so many varieties of fresh beans, will roast to order, and blend to taste. For me, it's a delicious exploration into the many mysterious dark regions of coffee flavor. And you can always depend on their being fresh and perfectly roasted.
It's a feel-good experience for another reason, too. Texas Coffee Traders buys Free Trade coffee, meaning that those who grow the beans in other parts of the world receive adequate compensation - unlike that inferior stuff sold by the big distributors.
Coffee Traders sells the exotic stuff at very fair prices. That's why you can have it in the best restaurants in town and why I buy it for myself. It pleases my taste buds, my conscience and my bank account.
Starbucks is for beginners! I'm a connoisseur. I find the aromatic coffees from Texas Coffee Traders delightful!
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