The Coffee Catcher Launch last Friday was not only an amazing event in the fact that it brought together some of the biggest names in Seattle coffee, but also the Coffee Catcher-sponsored "French Press Throwdown" was a huge success.
In addition to launching the widely-anticipated Coffee Catcher, we also unveiled the new logo for Kaffeologie, the company behind the Coffee Catcher and the upcoming Kaffeologie French Press.
The Coffee Catcher launch featured amazing local sips & fare, including crepes from Mobatta Crepes, beer from Mack & Jacks's, 25 paintings by artist Charity Jones (who painted portraits of locals from coffee-growing countries from around the world), and locally roasted coffee from several outstanding roasters including Kuma Coffee.
The event was thrown in partnership with Agros International, who has been helping families in Central America and Mexico build self-sustaining communities since 1982. We were very pleased to pair with such a hard-working organization whose approach encourages sustainability and includes land-loans, micro-loans, and training.
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Thanks to everyone who came out on Friday, and to all of our gracious sponsors for their support.