The number of local coffee roasters has significantly expanded over the past decade and many run cafes where you can try their coffee such as Arabica, Bard, Burundi Star, Coffee by Design, Speckled Ax, Tandem in Portland, and Elements and Time & Tide in Biddeford.
But there are also a growing number of roasters you can try by visiting coffee shops and restaurants that don’t roast their own and have opted to bring in beans from elsewhere in the state or the country. Here are the ones I know of:
- Acadia Coffee – Scratch
- Astro Coffee – More & Co
- Bucklyn Coffee – Forage
- Carrabassett Coffee – Crooked Mile Cafe
- Crossroads Coffee Beans – Terlingua
- Flight Coffee Co. – Proper Cup
- George Howell Coffee – HiFi Donuts
- La Colombe – Navis Cafe
- Parlor Coffee – Cong Tu Bot or Rose Foods
- Seacoast Coffee – Central Provisions, Omi’s Coffee Shop
- Speedwell Coffee Roasters – The Purple House
- Vivid Coffee Roasters – Little Woodfords
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Cong tu Bot uses Parlor Coffee, and I’m pretty sure Rose Foods does, too!
Thanks Liz. I’ve added it to the list.
Good News uses Seacoast
Forage market also serves and sells bucklyn
Swift River out of Raymond used to be served at Mainely Wraps and Bramhall. I think Rosemont carries their beans too.
I had a cup of Acadia Coffee Roasters the other morning at the Scratch Toast Bar in South Portland – it was delicious!
Crooked Mile Cafe, on Milk Street, carried Carrabassett Coffee. Maybe they still do.