Location: · Vendor Since: 2017
Vendor(s): Luc Alary & Pierre Alary
Telephone Number:
(819) 282-8286
Payment Methods:
cash, cheque, debit, visa, mastercard, amex
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Product Type:
Prepared Foods & Baked Goods

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We sell 12 oz bags of locally-roasted coffee beans. Our lineup of specialty-grade coffees is seasonal, and our current lineup includes coffees from Ethiopia, Kenya, Colombia, Brazil, Guatemala and Mexico. Our lineup includes coffees which are certified organic.

About Bluebarn Coffee Roasters

Bluebarn Coffee Roasters is a close-knit group of friends and family who came together in Wakefield, Québec, to pursue a dream of making really, really good coffee.

Our blue barn was built with this dream in mind, and little by little, with hard work, determination, and a lot of caffeine, the dream became a reality. The blue barn is now a fully equipped space dedicated to roasting the best specialty coffees we can find.

Our goal at Bluebarn Coffee Roasters is simple: to make great coffee, and to be proud of the way we do it. We are deeply invested in every step of the journey our coffee makes, from farm to barn, and beyond. We want to work side by side with those who care as much as we do about offering an elevated coffee experience, from the farmers who grow the beans, to the baristas who pull the shots. Our desire to push the envelope is what drives us, and we strive to be at the forefront of the specialty coffee industry, working with our friends in the field to reshape and refine the idea of great coffee. This means continuously seeking out new coffees from around the world, delving with fervor into the science behind roasting, and exploring what exactly makes a certain region or varietal so special, and making it shine.

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