The lush, green hills of Southwest Virginia are alive with howlin’ fresh coffee now that a local roasting company has taken up its flame in historic Abingdon.
Known locally through the farmers market, Wolf Hills Coffee has grown into a 3,300-square-foot retail and roasting space in a building that’s more than 100 years old, opened in early October. The coffee company is sharing the retail space with plant-seller Appalachian Teas & Botanicals and cider-maker Tumbling Creek Cider Company.
A warm shade of green pervades the space to complement plants and botanicals. Clothing racks left over from the building’s previous half-century of life as a women’s apparel shop have been repurposed to establish cozy booths, while 12-foot front windows fill the space with light.