At Hygge Coffee Company we roast darn good coffee! It starts with our beans, which are deliberately chosen from the best and most sustainable coffee farms around the globe. The beans are then carefully roasted to enhance their unique flavors to provide you with the tastiest cup possible.
Drinking Hygge Coffee is one of life's undeniable pleasures in its simplest form. From the small family farm to the last sip, we believe Hygge Coffee should enhance the lives of all of those involved in the coffee process. Every cup completes the compelling story of what true craft coffee is and the lives it positively affects along the way.
We love partnering with like-minded businesses so don't hesitate to contact us. As of 2018, you can currently find our coffee for sale or being served at the following locations:
Pattee Creek Market // Missoula, Montana
Recess Cafe // The University of Montana Education Building
Sidebar Cafe // The University of Montana Law School Building
Our list is continually growing so check back often!
Frequently Asked Questions
- What kind of roaster do you use?
We have a beautiful Natural Gas fueled San Franciscan SF-25 made by Coffee Per in Fallon, Nevada. The roaster is entirely manually operated, allowing the art of craft coffee roasting to be used in producing every one of our unique coffees. Sight, smell, and sound help us to identify the pivotal process as each of our coffees is roasted, it really is a beautiful thing!
- Why do you prefer Single-Origin Coffee?
Some people use blends as a way to sell old, stale coffee-but not us! We love to highlight freshness, flavor, and as much transparency as possible related to coffee growing origin. Coffee flavor is influenced by many factors such as coffee variety, elevation, soil content, drying process, and much more. We work extremely hard to select specialty coffees with differing and unique flavors from around the globe and we want to put them on display as single origin coffees. We will have coffees that are "regulars" in our rotation, but will also rotate our offerings based on harvest cycles around the world. After all, variety is the spice of life!
- What exactly does Fair Trade mean?
In short Fair Trade certification provides minimum prices for coffees regardless of the US Coffee C Market. This helps to build a sustainable long-term strategy for coffee farmers around the world. For greater detail go to the Fair Trade USA website which has additional great information. http://fairtradeusa.org/products-partners/coffee
- Are your coffees USDA Organic?
We wholeheartedly believe in ETHICALLY sourced coffee. Saying that, we have made the decision to offer coffees that are Fair Trade Certified, Organic, and/or sometimes neither. The cost to certify coffee farms as Organic is a pricey one, and we don't want miss out on great coffees if they are not exclusively organic. All of our coffees are graded as specialty (80 and above on the SCAA scale). Our decaffeinated coffee offerings are always Organic, and also are always decaffeinated without any chemicals using the Swiss Water Process.
- Who was behind your website, logo, photography and more?
It took a great team of creative folks to bring this project together and we are so proud of the end result. Here are just a few of the great people we got to work with--check out the links and consider using them for any of your upcoming projects
Have another question for us? We'd love to hear it and talk more, you can get ahold of us here