Meet Charlie from Duluth Coffee Company - The Duluth Experience
We love our partners here in Duluth and our friends at Duluth Coffee Company are at the top of that list. With their expansion nearing completion, we wanted to give you an inside look at their operations and – to be honest – just hang out with our buddy Charlie. The Team at Duluth Coffee Company recently joined The Duluth Experience family with the launch of our HART of Duluth Walking Tour where we go behind-the-scenes to connect our guests with the amazing entrepreneurs in Downtown Duluth’s Historic Arts & Theater District. It’s a culinary, performance, and visual arts tour...
Downtown Duluth’s Home to the Arts - The Duluth Experience
There’s been a lot of new development and redevelopment in Downtown Duluth over the past decade – projects like the AMSOIL Arena, Sheraton Hotel, restoration of the Weiland Block, and the more recent Maurice’s and Gateway Tower projects. Another exciting downtown development involves the vibrant art scene that has found a home in a part of the city once referred to as “Old Downtown”. Today, this epicenter of performance, visual, and culinary arts is known as Duluth’s HART District. City tour guide (and author) Kyle Chisholm leads a group behind-the-scenes for an exclusive tour and tasting at Duluth Coffee Company....
Duluth Coffee Company Travels Worldwide for Coffee - FOX 21 KQDS
"It starts in people's hands and ends in people's hands and I love everything that coffee represents," said Eric Faust, owner of Duluth Coffee Company. Coffee is a lifestyle for Faust and it's why the presence of many cultures is always on the shelves of Duluth Coffee Company. "Coffee is a thing that connects me with the world," said Faust. Recently Faust's passion took him and roaster Charlie Comnick to Colombia on an adventure to find high-quality coffee for the Northland. Read the full article.
Jonesin' for Java: Part Three - FOX 21 KQDS
Duluth Coffee Company had its humble beginnings, selling coffee out the back of a pickup truck at farmers markets, the first of which was Barker’s Island. “To really cultivate the coffee scene we had to show people a tangible and real Duluth Coffee Company experience so we wanted them to come into our doors to feel the vibe of Duluth Coffee to feel a coffee culture that encompasses you,” said owner, Eric Faust. Read the full article.