Engineer Eric Smith has opened his first retail business and it's one that strictly serves single-origin coffees.
After living in Seattle and falling in love with pour-over, single-origin coffees, Smith decided to open up his own space and the resulting cafe is called 'Craftworks Coffee.' The coffees that are serviced in this cafe are from the Olympia Coffee Roasting Company and Kuma Coffee, which are independent roasters. The coffee is made with a 'Poursteady' pour-over machine that is able to consistently deliver high-quality cups. The cafe's dark wood and neutral colors offer a sophisticated modern environment that encourages visitor interaction.
By serving only single-origin coffees and maintaining consistency in each drink, this cafe ensures that it prioritizes quality and customer satisfaction.
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