Coffee Cities Connects Coffee Drinkers and Artisan Roasters

Coffee Cities Connects Coffee Drinkers and Artisan Roasters
New website provides one easy resource to purchase coffees from around the USA

Seattle, WA – Coffee enthusiasts looking to discover the wealth of artisan roasters around the US now have their best tool to date: Coffee Cities. By removing the distance barrier, Coffee Cities offers coffee drinkers a marketplace for discovering new roasts, information on roasters around the country, and a subscription service to continually have new roasts delivered to their door. Customers can filter by roast, origin, bean type, environmental certifications, trade type, and more, to suit their tastes or aid in the discovery of new flavors. The website offers both a subscription service and single-purchase options.

Every coffee is roasted to order and shipped whole bean to ensure freshness, which is vital to receiving the best tasting bean. The website has just launched and is open for business and already offers almost 100 roasts and growing. New roasters are being added continuously, with a target of minimum 2-3 roasters for each major city, though larger areas like San Francisco, Portland, and Seattle will have more.

“The idea came to me while travelling,” says Michael Blaskowsky, founder of Coffee Cities “and noticed that every place I visited had several excellent coffee roasters. I wanted to create a place where people could try all of the incredible coffee that the US has to offer without having to travel to those cities to get it.” Anyone can discover coffee by browsing the shop, searching roaster profiles, or exploring the real-time map.

Visit to learn more, or connect via Twitter, Facebook, or Google Plus.

About Coffee Cities: Coffee Cities is a website providing retail coffee options from roaster across the USA. Launched in early March 2015 with the goal of connecting artisan roasters and coffee drinkers, it continues to expand its number of roasters, coffee offerings, and customers.
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