Bags of beans were piled high in the corner awaiting roasting. The fresh scones in the pastry case were ready to please the pallet of the next taker. The space was inviting and I was greeted with a friendly smile and could tell in an instant that these folks were passionate about their business.
They are two years in, and are already making an impact in their community by offering a roast that has been specially selected to meet the expectations of their demographic that is sweet, rich and not bitter.
If I understand correctly, they are participating in a gathering of Southern roasters in a couple of weeks to share and collaborate. To find out more contact them at Grassroots Coffee.