Peace Coffee in Cinemagraphs, Part Two

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Yesterday, we brought you into the world of Peace Coffee’s roasting operations — today we continue that journey, and wrap it up with a cup of coffee at Peace Coffee’s cafe. Above, Head Roaster and Quality Control Manager┬áDerek De La Paz sorts through roasted beans to eliminate flawed specimens that might spoil a customer’s morning cup.

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Peace Coffee’s distinctive bike messengers are a visible component of the brand — they deliver both coffee and a message about ecologically sustainable transportation. Here, a messenger passes by Peace Coffee’s cafe in the Longfellow neighborhood of Minneapolis.

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Peace Coffee, seen brewed via a manual pour-over method.

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A coffee close-up, for closure. And if you haven’t already viewed part one of this two-part series about the roasting and brewing of Peace Coffee, please do.

2 Comments

  1. Josh

    I like the seeing manual pour-over method. My fiance and I were just talking about how we haven’t seen that used much elsewhere beyond Stomping Grounds in Ames, IA.

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