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Mitch Walker

LA BICICLETTA 2021: INTERVIEW WITH ARTIST JOSH QUICK

We’re lucky to have the work of Josh Quick, an illustrator based in Missoula, Montana, on several of our DOMA coffee projects. Josh is someone who tells stories through his art, so we decided to tell his story as an artist.

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Heather Twidt

Once Upon a Time in the West

  No, not the Spaghetti Western film directed by Sergio Leone, but a brief glimpse into the world of DOMA. If you have ever wondered why Rebecca runs things, this clip should remove any doubt!

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DOMA Coffee Roasting Company

A WINTER WONDERLAND STORY

Our 2020 Winter Wonderland coffee is not only awesome tasting and beautiful—it has a story.  First off, the coffee: this organic Mexico coffee comes from the Oaxaca region. The tasting notes are especially great for the holiday season and cold months, with a chocolatey sweetness, creamy body, and warming spice finish. Sound rad? It is rad. Taste for yourself.   Art this year comes from Alaskan-based artist Meg Smith. Meg works and plays in many mediums—acrylic, pastel, and watercolor; on ski, in kayak, and in air while flying her bush plane. We LOVE Meg’s work, and you can find more of it here.    If you don’t already know, every year we do our Winter Wonderland coffee,...

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DOMA Coffee Roasting Company

GESHA 2020

This is a story about a great coffee. And also a story about the power of great relationships. It isn’t a short story, but some of them can’t be. In the world of craft coffee, Gesha (or Geisha, but no relation to the other Geisha you’re thinking of) is one of the rarest and most highly valued coffee varietals. The Gesha plant originated in Ethiopia and was transported back in the day to Panama, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Bolivia, Colombia and most likely a host of other places. In 2004, Gesha was ‘discovered’ and the accolades begin to roll in....

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