If we didn’t know Canadians brewed good coffee before, we definitely do now.
A Canadian coffee roaster has won big at the North American leg of the largest global roasters competition, The Golden Bean.
This competition and conference aims to find North America’s best coffee roasting business with 10 different award categories.
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The conference brings over 100 coffee roasting businesses together and includes educational workshops alongside the competition.
Canterbury Coffee earned a Golden Bean trophy and 13 other medals at the competition this year, which was held in Portland Oregon last week. The Canadian purveyor roasts coffee in Richmond, BC, and Oakville, Ontario.
Over 1,000 coffees were entered this year, and Canterbury won a Golden Bean trophy in the large franchise category for overall coffee scores, one of only three awards of this calibre distributed overall.
Canterbury Coffee is one of the original coffee roasters in Western Canada, and the quality clearly shows!