SONDER Coffee


It’s been a lot of fun co-managing and building up our Instagram account for SONDER Coffee this last year. We get a lot of compliments on it, which means it must be one thing we do fairly well, and that’s more than we can say for most of our other social media platforms! How do you run a business AND keep up with all of the social media content management, am I right? It’s not easy, but I think IG has been a little...

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Earlier this week we gave an inside look into why and how we built an espresso cart for our coffee shop. The cart was built, but what about the machinery? We had just gotten a new Synesso for the shop, so the plan was use our current Linea on our espresso cart. But smaller events where we don’t want to deal with a 220 was one great reason to welcome in the newest member of our family: the La Marzocco GS3. At first Ernest thought...

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Guess which one of us LOVES projects? Mr. Ernest sure does. As soon as springtime hit, he set out to build a coffee cart. Why? His reasoning is always why not!? Other than being bored with the mundane and wanting a challenge, several other reasons made sense: it’s a way to have a “second location,” without the many commitments of a second location. It’s a way to get outside of the SONDER walls and into our...

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I realized I never showed you what springtime at SONDER Coffee was like this year! Well before the summer wraps up and we head into fall and life goes on, I might as well do it now. Plus it was lovely looking back at these mouth-watering drinks during this delicate and awakening time of the year… The Springtime Crown Our romantic and whimsical crown was handmade by Deb from Home-Spice Designs! She manages to put a flair on...

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Summer break is over! Well, I wasn’t on summer break, but apparently I haven’t posted anything all summer! How embarrassing… Where have I been? Here! Working, and sadly, blogging less. It’s been busy and often I hardly find even five minutes to myself per day, and then I’m wrapped up in projects that I don’t take the time to document, which is the purpose of this blog. I know it’s not about...

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Coffee cupping is a method of evaluating and tasting the quality and profiles of different coffees. It’s a must for anyone in a coffee career, and as a coffee shop we do it at least once a week. What we’ve also starting doing is small public coffee cupping for our customers and community, which has been a lot of fun! Corvus Coffee Roasters, who provides our current flagship espresso and drip (roasted locally in Denver), is...

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