On September 18th for one night only, Topeca Coffee Roaster’s will be hosting 2 screenings of A Film About Coffee at Tulsa’s Historic Circle Cinema. Our reason for bringing the film to Tulsa is to help elevate the awareness of Specialty Coffee; what it takes to create from Seed-to-Cup, what is involved in this emerging coffee culture, and how Tulsa and Topeca fit into the big picture.  All of the proceeds will be going to schools near our farm in El Salvador to help out education for children in the area. We are asking for at least $7 per ticket to help schools and education in the area. So if you’ve ever wondered where the stuff in your cup comes from, how it’s grown and processed, and who the people are involved along the journey, then you won’t wanna miss this.

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Last month we featured our first coffee in MistoBox, a coffee subscription service that sends 4 coffees in 4 oz sample sizes to your doorstep. We decided to feature the Manzano Honey Process for it’s ability to connect with coffee drinkers of all types. For those who are just diving into the coffee scene, it’s soft body and balanced acidity invites you to sit back and enjoy the simple moments in life. While the more experienced coffee drinker discovers small complexities that set it apart from similarly processed coffees. It’s one of those coffees that really starts to shine as the cup cools and encourages further explorations. Through MistoBox we met Brian Beyke who manages a very well developed blog called Abandon Coffee. We were honored to have our coffee reviewed on his blog and his thorough breakdown of the coffee executed using miscellaneous brew methods is helpful feedback for our team.

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Here at Topeca we are very excited to share with you our updated brand design. I feel like it’s been a long time in the making. For the past 2 years or so I’ve been feeling a little distant from our current branding. While it did a great job at establishing us in Tulsa as a small, family-owned coffee company, with roots in El Salvador, I felt like it didn’t really reflect the company that we have become. So, after much deliberation and heads banging against walls, and eyes staring into computer screens, we finally arrived to where we are now…with an elegant sleek new logo and brand design.

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As we have started to gain more  recognition for our coffee, we wanted to make sure our coffee was meeting the standards of the specialty coffee industry. In the midst of this growth, we have sought out the experience from CoffeeReview.com to give us reviews and feedback on some of the best coffees we offer. Before the New Year, we sent one of our bright and shining starts, the Colombia Guadalupe. Colombians are typically known for the consistency of being okay but not phenomenal coffees. After Ian Picco did some searching, we stumbled upon the Guadalupe. We found it to be a above average Colombian and decided to see what CoffeeReview had to say. Below is their professional critique and score of our coffee:

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Volunteer Tulsa presents Tulsa’s first Coffee Crawl sharing downtown’s artisan coffee culture. Support your action center and experience specialty coffee, brewing methods, and the local coffee scene helping energize downtown Tulsa.

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We are so humbled and proud to have our Ethiopian Nigusse Lemme listed as a Finalist for the 2014 Good Food Awards Finalist. One of just 22 coffees selected out of 1,450 submissions we are excited to be listed with some of the best roasters in the United States. We are excited to see who will be listed as a winner later this year, until then, we have included the Good Food Awards announcement below.

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