I knew something was different when I walked through the door, but I could not figure out what. Then this polite gentleman that had just emptied the roaster, walked over introduced himself as the new owner. No wonder there were people I didn't recognize back in the roasting area, an stamping bags for the beans that had just been roasted. Everything else is still the way it has always been. So the next time you are down by Spokane county courthouse and need a cup of coffee, head to Maple Street located above the Maple Street Bridge corridor, drive to the end of the street and you will find one of the best kept secrets in all of Spokane. Oh, they also have whole bean Blue Mountain Jamaican Coffee that is roasted onsite. Try BMJ coffee and you will understand why it is literally rated the best coffee in the world, and that is no joke.
I'm not a coffee drinker, but my friends and associates are. So while I can't rate the coffee specifically, I can rate the service and the chai latte I enjoyed, which were both wonderful. The location isn't necessarily convenient, but it is quite charming and the ambiance inside is super cool with lots new and antique roasting and grinding equipment. I'd definitely come back with more coffee-loving friends and family.
Always great coffee and a very friendly staff, I recommend buying their whole bean coffee that is roasted in house to take home, the Viking Roast is one of my favorites.
I have been coming here for a couple of years and enjoyed the atmosphere and service. The product is high quality and costs a bit more but worth the price! I buy the Organic blends for home use. I do miss the old displays of coffee products and equipment that have been taken down, but I guess that is progress??? The "political" dust up was crazy! If politics is an issue about where one shops, you are part of the problem in this country today. Let's all get along!
They have amazing coffee! We buy Toms Favorite Organic.