27 Nov '17, 6pm

Quality and 'Individual Expression' with Coffee Subscription Startup ModRec

Quality and 'Individual Expression' with Coffee Subscription Startup ModRec

“We partner with roasters who we know are running ethical operations, first and foremost,” Steffy told Daily Coffee News. “Many of these roasters have won awards and/or are run by folks who are industry veterans and pioneers. When it comes to selecting the specific coffee, we step out of the way and allow the roaster to choose coffees that they feel represent themselves and their unique style the best. They’re the experts.”

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