22 May '15, 5pm

Big Story In A Small Town: Goshen Coffee In Edwardsville, Illinois @GoshenCoffee

Big Story In A Small Town: Goshen Coffee In Edwardsville, Illinois @GoshenCoffee

Initial cuppings told Keppel that all of Goshen’s coffees tasted the same due to a dark roast profile. As Keppel’s knowledge increased, Goshen’s coffee began to transform. The heavier, darker roasts began to lighten up. Goshen was now straddling the line between a more classic roast profile and something more contemporary, even Third Wave. The company adheres to a 100% organic motto with both their original collection of coffees, referred to as their “grocery lineup,” and the recently added Secret Stash, a single-origin line heavy on natural processed beans. “I didn’t understand how this coffee had so much fruit notes,” Keppel recalls about his first natural coffee experience. “I thought somebody had put syrup in it. I love naturals. That’s why we have a lot. I gravitate towards those naturals and just want to recreate that moment that I had, I want other people to experie...

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