After formally introducing its Australian model of cafe model and repair to the coffee-loving public in Utah, Campos Coffee has additional entrenched itself in the USA, partnering with native cafe Mr. West within the coffee mecca of Seattle.
The latter firm formally opened its second location, Mr. West College Village, in July, providing a variety of high-end single-origin coffees and blends roasted by Campos.
As one in a handful of names usually related to the popularization of the modern high-end coffee motion in Australia, Campos has been energetic on U.S. soil since 2016 when it opened a restaurant in Park Metropolis, Utah. The corporate opened its U.S. roastery two years later in Salt Lake Metropolis.
As with the primary Mr. West location, which opened downtown within the Denny Triangle district 4 years in the past, the College Village location could be very a lot an all-day cafe, providing breakfast and brunch through the mornings earlier than opening up a menu of wines, cocktails, craft beer and fresh-made bar snacks.
Campos has outfitted the store with two personalized La Marzocco KB90 machines for espresso, and the corporate plans to supply quite a few particular single-origin coffees to have a good time the launch, together with a number of Cup of Excellence successful coffees.
“We’re each captivated with making the coffee expertise as satisfying as doable for everybody who has a hand in it, from growers to roasters to baristas, during to the client,” Campos Coffee North America Head of Enterprise Growth Greg Hjort stated in a current announcement of the opening. “We each acknowledge that coffee doesn’t simply develop on bushes… Each coffee expertise begins and ends with one of the best fruit. Mr. West and Campos consider in thoughtfully sourcing solely one of the best varieties and supporting the farmers who harvest the coffee we love.”
Mr. West College Village is now open at 2685 NE College Village St. in Seattle.
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