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Inland Empire’s Klatch Coffee to Double Locations By End of Year

Inland Empire’s Klatch Coffee to Double Locations By End of Year

Klatch Coffee is in big-time expansion mode. The award-winning greater Inland Empire coffee bar and roastery chain already has locations in Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, and San Dimas, but is expanding at the end of this month into sleepy Redondo Beach at 306 W. Pacific Coast Highway.

Happiness Coffee! Our own Heather Perry featured in Woman's World

Happiness Coffee! Our own Heather Perry featured in Woman's World

Woman's World magazine featured our coffee expert Heather Perry

Coffee Is Receiving a First-Class Treatment at This Storied New York Restaurant

Coffee Is Receiving a First-Class Treatment at This Storied New York Restaurant

By KOSTYA KENNEDY  | March 23, 2018
The following feature is excerpted from TIME Coffee: The Culture. The Business. Your Health available at retailers, on Amazon, and at the Meredith Shop

If you’ve ever done any investigating into the world’s most expensive coffees, you know about Kopi Luwak. This is a bean that grows primarily in Indonesia and is harvested only after it has been eaten, and then digested and egested, by an Asian palm civet—a weasel-like creature that lives and you-know-what-elses in the woods. It’s believed a) that the beans must be pretty tasty for the civet to eat them in the first place and, more important, b) that the insides of the civet add a little je ne sais quoi to the flavor. Seriously. Kopi Luwak is so coveted it can run up to $600 a pound, for a coffee that on its best day and when brewed to perfection is meant to taste like crap.

What Restaurant Consumers Want From Digital Tech

What Restaurant Consumers Want From Digital Tech

Klatch Coffee, a four-unit, family-owned coffee chain whose tagline is “where coffee is the conversation,” was initially wary of offering a mobile app that reduces human contact.

Klatch Past and Future

Klatch Past and Future

Klatch: Past and Future Typically, this time of year we like to look back at the year past, learning from our success and failures, yes failures, those do happen, fortunately in experiments and testing before getting to our customers. 

Forbes Interviews Mike Perry About The Esmeralda 601

Forbes Interviews Mike Perry About The Esmeralda 601

The Esmeralda 601 is going places as Forbes interviewed Mike Perry about it. Read more about the world's most expensive coffee, as published in Forbes.

Daily Bulletin Features Klatch Coffee

Daily Bulletin Features Klatch Coffee

It's a pleasure that the "Daily Bulletin" features us and our magical brew Esmeralda Geisha 601 in their space. 

Take a look at Today.com's Coverage of the Esmeralda Geisha 601!

Take a look at Today.com's Coverage of the Esmeralda Geisha 601!

Popular news magazine Today.com did a story on Esmeralda Geisha 601. Check out what the good folks have to say about the world's most expensive coffee.

Check Out Klatch Featured on LA Magazine!

Check Out Klatch Featured on LA Magazine!

Only 250 Cups of This Rare Coffee Will Be Sold in the U.S.—All of Them at One SoCal Cafe

Coffee hunters travel the world seeking out the most perfect beans, often grown in tiny batches in far-flung locales. One such crop, the rare Esmeralda Geisha Cañas Verdes Natural, grown only on a single hacienda in the hills of Panama, hit the market over the summer, and it broke all previous records by selling at an international auction for $601 per pound. (The previous most expensive coffee in the world was a mere $350 per pound.) Of the 100 pounds that were sold to coffee roasters around the world, only one company in the entire United States was able to secure any—SoCal’s own Klatch Coffee, which bought 11 pounds of the precious beans.

Look for Klatch On The Wall Street Journal!

Look for Klatch On The Wall Street Journal!

"In Southern California, $55 is what it will cost to get a special cup at Klatch Coffee, which plans to roll out a particularly prized version next month, dubbed Esmeralda Geisha 601. The “601” refers to the price per pound that the coffee sold for at auction.

Klatch Coffee donates $10,000 for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

Klatch Coffee donates $10,000 for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

On the 4th of October, The Salvation Army came to receive the donation and personally thank everyone involved for the efforts to support our countrymen!

Roasters United IV

Roasters United IV

n our fourth year, Roasters United has grown from an experiment in coffee sourcing to changing the lives of farmers while finding kick ass coffee for our Klatchaholics. For those not familiar, Roasters United was created by three Roasters of the Year: Klatch, Birdrock, and Portola. Our goal was to not only find the best coffee beans but also reward coffee growers with fair compensation, bonuses, and cash prizes to be used for farm sustainability. Our price to the farmers this year was double the ‘C’ or commodity market for those scoring at least 85 points and much more for higher scoring micro lots. Plus, the top 3 Micro Lot winners got to share $5.6 million pesos to be used for farm equipment and sustainability.
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