In the next Indiana Jones movie, maybe Dr. Jones should visit coffee bean farms instead of seeking ancient treasures.
On their separate journeys seeking coffee beans, two Clark County coffee roasters entered a world where they could experience volcanoes that erupted every 15 minutes, travel on roads that would unexpectedly close for hours and take hikes to waterfalls to cool overheated engines. And that’s not even counting having to push broken down buses and navigate livestock traffic jams.
Despite — or maybe even because of — their sometimes harrowing journeys, they both made their own deep connections to the places and people they visited. As Mitch Montgomery of Relevant Coffee later said: “Coffee is a story about people.”