Uganda Rwenzori Coffee

April 16th, 2021 by

Steve Mangigian, long time managing partner at the Coffee Company, says, “We immediately loved the fruitiness of this coffee. That’s what caught my attention. It exemplifies the characteristics of great East African coffee.” Juicy peach notes (speaking of which, the Peach Truck is coming to town this summer), maybe you could say even a bit of nectarine. It’s nicely chocolatey and terrifically tasty. It’s very good straight out of the Fetco pots at the Coffee Company, Roadhouse, and Deli. If you’re at the Coffee Company it is particularly chocolatey in a pourover and delicately delicious brewed in a syphon pot. Add a piece of the Bakehouse’s marvelous Mandelbread or a Big O Oatmeal Raisin cookie and bring a bit of beauty to your day!

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April 9th, 2021 by

To our wonderful guests, We want to share with you our updated service guidelines here at Zingerman’s Coffee Company: We will be closed on Friday, April 9th & Saturday, April 10th after having received notification that one of our staff members tested positive for Covid-19. During this time, we will sanitize our retail space above […]

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Erlita’s Lot Coffee from Peru

March 16th, 2021 by

Grown, harvested, sold, and shipped by women Ari Weinzweig, CEO & Co-Founder of Zingerman’s Back in 2004, Isabel Uriarte Latorre co-founded Café Femenino, an organization dedicated to empowering women on the front lines of the coffee industry. From the get-go, she built the business to support women in the work world financially, spiritually and socially. […]

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This single-origin supports and empowers female coffee producers

March 1st, 2021 by

March’s Roaster’s Pick coffee tastes great, and gives back. Our single-origin Roaster’s Pick for the month of March – Peru Erlita’s Lot – comes to us from the finca (or, farm) of Erlita Baca Arce, one of the cofounders of Cafe Femenino®, a program created to support and empower female coffee producers. The program originated […]

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Zingerman’s Coffee Company – February Dine-In Update

February 26th, 2021 by

Indoor seating will be available for to enjoy – for a maximum of 30 minutes – from 7am-4pm daily.
As required by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), tables will be 6 feet apart, no more than 6 guests are allowed at a table, and we will have limited seating capacity.
You are required to wear a mask unless actively eating or drinking, and we are required to collect your contact information for contact tracing.
Due to limited seating, it is available on a first come, first served basis.

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New Single-Origin Coffee from Guatemala

February 15th, 2021 by

The flavor profile we’re getting out of Los Dos Socios is a thing of beauty: juicy blackberry notes, some really rich caramel smoothness, and a zing of bright papaya all working together. It reminds us of the coffee cherries we snacked on while visiting farms in Guatemala last year—the juicy, sweet, and tangy combination of flavors is a great way to describe the taste of the fruit surrounding a coffee bean.

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Holiday Blend from the Coffee Company

November 12th, 2020 by

Each bean brings its own distinct flavor, and in the cup they come to a nice consensus on a single great flavor! Steve says, “The collection of coffees is representative of some of the best relationships we have—we know ALL of these producers personally and they are some of the longest standing relationships we have.” It would be safe to say that this year’s Holiday Blend is a beautiful homage to the support they have given us through the years!

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Winter Dine-In

November 6th, 2020 by

As the weather gets chillier, we’d like to invite you in from the patio! Please join us in the Cupping Lab behind the coffee bar, or feel free to enjoy the heated outdoor seating in the Zingerman’s Bakehouse courtyard just steps away from our door! Additionally, we are required by the County Health Dept. to […]

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Coffee’s Sixth Sense 🔮

October 27th, 2020 by

A History of Fortune Telling and Family Tradition By Michelle Abbey, Zingerman’s Coffee Company   The year is 1974. The setting is one startlingly bygone, culturally: a family living room, thick with cigarette smoke. Zingerman’s Coffee Company’s Managing Partner, Steve Mangigian, is 10 years old. After a meal together, Armenian coffee is not only served, […]

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