Founded and headquartered in Durham, NC, Counter Culture Coffee also operates regional training centers in Asheville, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC.

Our headquarters and training centers do not function as retail locations, but we open our doors every Friday morning at 10 a.m. for public educational coffee tastings suitable for all experience levels. Note: we do not offer local pick up.

Through our Counter Intelligence coffee education program, we also offer a series of cutting-edge training and education courses throughout the year.

Please email us to schedule a visit or tour of our Durham facility, to learn more, or to request help locating retailers in your area where you can find our coffee.

For questions about web orders or help using our website, please email us or contact us by phone at 919.361.5282 or 888.238.5282 x2.

For regional wholesale contacts, please check out our Training Center pages.

For media inquiries, please contact Kelsey Snell at Michelle Lehmann Communications.

 

Recent Updates:
Welcome to the first in a series of posts about what sustainability means in the context of coffee. Over the next few weeks, we'll explore questions like, "How does Counter Culture know that a coffee is sustainable?" and "What does a sustainable roasting operation look like?" As a recent...
Please join us Saturday, April 25, 10 a.m.–2 p.m., to celebrate the opening of our Bay Area Roastery + Training Center in Emeryville, CA—featuring brewing workshops, limited-edition giveaways, and more. Bay Area Roastery + Training Center 1329 64th St Emeryville, CA 94608...
Click here to see this photo set on Flickr. Our annual Origin Field lab trip is an opportunity for  Counter Culture wholesale customers to learn about coffee cultivation in an immersive environment. We host this lab, in part, because we recognize that the dedicated professionals...
1. Why do you compete? I compete because it's a big part of my coffee journey! I admit that I'm unabashedly competitive, but it definitely goes way beyond that. I know that competing is a great way to make me a better coffee person—continually improving my palate, thinking even more...
We work with some of the best restaurants in the country—restaurants that understand and appreciate the importance of quality coffee as an integral ingredient in a dining experience. We're proud of these relationships and the dedicated people who work hard to make sure that the coffee at the end of...