What a great start! Crazy Goat Coffee Co. had its first sale at the Capital Artisans Guild show at Sir Robert Borden. Lots of coffee flew off the shelf! Most popular were the Costa Rica Tarrazu and the Cuban Crystal Mountain (in the medium roasts) and ALL the dark roasts were popular. Ottawa likes its bold coffee!!
We learned a lot too, so we'll be offering:
Overall, an amazing kick-off!!
The deed is done! The roaster is finally installed, up to code, and without the admission of carbon monoxide gas that would really put a damper on our little enterprise. But we have to wait 48 hours to let the seals cure properly... I'm not sure I can wait that long...
Many thanks to Ménard Heating and to Gaston in particular for the quality work. If you ever need a roaster installed, Gaston's your man!
Wow! A lot of business cards flew off the shelf at the Capital Artisans Guild show at Sir Wilfrid Laurier Secondary School. Seems there's a bunch of people in Orleans interested in locally roasted coffee!
Crazy Goat Coffee Co. will still be at the Capital Artisans Guild craft show at Sir Wilfrid Laurier Secondary School this weekend. While we won't have any coffee for sale, we'll still be taking pre-orders for the Jamaican Blue Mountain which we'll only roast on demand. See you at the show Saturday and Sunday. Please bring a donation of cash or food for the Orléans-Cumberland Emergency Food Program.