19529 Vashon Hwy SW, 
Vashon Island, WA 98070


19529 Vashon Hwy SW, 
Vashon Island, WA 98070




Mon. thru Fri. 7am-6pm
Saturday 8am-5pm
Sunday 9am-4pm


Mon. thru Fri. 8am-6pm
Sat. 8am-5pm
Sun. 9am-4pm

About The Beans

"Brilliant beans grown in the traditional wisdom of the past"

The coffee beans we use are high mountain shade grown and traditionally grown. We roast on site a combination of traditionally grown, organic, fair trade and direct trade coffee beans to create coffee we hope you will enjoy.

Like the grapes of fine a wine, the coffee beans we use are rare and rich in history and taste. Their flavor profiles are as unique and diverse as the people who grow them and the exotic regions in which they are grown

We are thrilled to have again this year, a wonderful selection of rare coffee beans for you to try. You will experience these exceptional beans in all of our blends; some we sell as single varietals.

Traditionally grown for generations, about eighty percent of the beans we use come from the older variety plants, some of which grow nearly wild. All are shade grown at high altitudes in mineral rich volcanic soil giving them their vibrantly deep and complex flavors. The plants are allowed to naturally adapt to climate, soils and pests. They are hand picked only when ripe and then properly aged, fermented and dried. These growing practices and proper preparation of the beans ultimately result in high quality, flavor filled coffee.

We source beans through The Vashon Island Coffee Foundation, created by Jim Stewart, fair trade pioneer, to directly assist the families and communities who produce high quality coffee through traditional growing practices. He is dedicated to promoting good stewardship of the land and to offering just-compensation to not only the farm owners, but for the workers as well, helping them to maintain their independence.

We continue in the traditions that were created here over 25 years ago by offering high quality coffee from the land to your cup. All of our beans are fresh roasted on site on The Roasterie’s original vintage Roaster. This is the foundation of our gourmet Heirloom®Coffee. You can taste the difference.

We contribute a portion of our retail sales to organizations and individuals committed to the reclamation and restoration of indigenous cultures and the natural world.
~ Eva ~


Worker picking coffee cherries (left),

Fragrant coffee blossoms (right),