Coffee fit for the High Country
A few years ago, I wrote an educational trio of columns on coffee. It was in the dead of winter, and the extreme cold (which normally brings on hibernation) had forced me to stay awake any way I could.
Coffee (my morning drug of choice) fit the bill, and was an easy target for Internet research. (Thank you, Al Gore.)
I soon found out how very blessed we are here in Haywood County to have an abundance of quality roasters and toasters. From Brian at Panacea to Kevin at Smoky Mountain Roasters — and even my brother, Rob, who uses an old popcorn popper and a vacuum cleaner to capture the chaf.
Recently, the brisk and invigorating mountain mornings got my mind percolating about coffee again, and one of the my favorite coffee purveyors that had relocated even more conveniently for me — Copper ...