Tastings at Ten

 

Please join us for a free public cupping at any of our Training Centers each Friday at 10 a.m.Every Friday at 10 a.m., rain or shine, we stop and taste coffee together at our Durham headquarters and each of our regional training centers. We love to welcome our friends, customers, and families to these free coffee tastings, and we welcome you, too!

Immediately following each tasting in Durham, we will also offer cupping participants a free, guided tour of our roastery and headquarters.

Please call 888 238-5282 for directions to our Durham Roastery or our training centers in Asheville, NC; Atlanta; the Bay AreaBoston; Charleston, SCChicago; Durham, NC; New York; Philadelphia; and Washington, DC.

 

 

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