The coffee story is amazing and extensive. It connects people through agriculture and craft over continents. Deep relationships exist before our hands touch the coffees and after. Out of reverence for those relationships, we love weaving together so much effort in the moments. Not just moments when we enjoy the coffee, but the daily moments we share as friends, associates, and purveyors of quality.
We hope to weave moments with you.
Place. We all come from a place. It affects who we are. The same is true for any seasonal fruit, including coffee. From the earth in which the coffee grows to the mill at which it is processed to the transportation of the green, all of those affect what the bean is and can be. Our goal is to coax the best out of the bean. Thus, we roast for terroir, not for a light or dark roast character.
We personally taste and source coffees that are sustainably grown and processed. All our coffees are above the fair trade price. They represent the highest half a percent of quality coffee in the world.
We’re committed to relationships. We are partners in this coffee adventure. You and the success of your business success are important to us. We can meet the needs of your business through communication. We strive to serve not just your coffee needs, but also those of your café like barista training and equipment. Find out more on our Wholesale page.
158 Express Street
Dallas TX 75207
Meet the Family
Founder // Owner
Sean would want you to know he’s a native Texan. Though he didn’t drink coffee until after college, no need to worry. It’s been awhile since he graduated. Sometimes his kids ride scooters at the roasting den, but don’t worry about that either – they wear helmets. Sean appreciates the art of conversation and craftsmanship of any kind. He believes you can and should enjoy good coffee everyday. Oh, and he says cheers a lot.
Jonathan is proud to be a Texan. He never needs help getting things off the top shelf. He likes good coffee and good folks, things that seem to never be in short supply around Tweed. His mom is the only person that never calls him "Aldi".