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Showing a commitment to the source, Founder, Candy
Schibli, details the integral nature of social responsibility
when selecting coffee. A graduate school educational
excursion brought Candy to Costa Rica to delve into the
layered historical significance of coffee as a food, export,
and livelihood for international growers. In a recent Popville
article, Prince of Petworth spotlighted Southeastern Roastery
for its impact as a women-owned, operated, and empowered brand devoted to sustainability
straight from the source. With this in mind, meet Candy at Songbyrd Music House & Record Cafe.
Coffee tastings are held the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month from 8-11 a.m. at the Adams Morgan
community staple. Coffee is sold daily by the cup and whole bean by the bag. Additionally, Rachel
Pace, Owner of Penny Brew, has signed on as a wholesale customer powered by Southeastern
Roastery. Penny Brew believes in the concept that “two people are better than one - more is
accomplished by working together”. The paths have now aligned for two black women with
engineering degrees and a passion for coffee. Lay the foundation. Build together.
May 21, 2017 marked Southeastern Roastery's 1st cupping at Culture
Coffee in the Brightwood neighborhood of D.C.! This also marked
the roll-out of the new 12 oz and 1 lb bags and the tasting
of Southeastern Roastery's first batches of dark roast. As a
high-five to women in coffee, this cupping was held at an all
women's owned coffee shop and featured coffees from the
women lead Keitara cooperative in Sumatra. A big, huge bear-hug
for everyone that came out to taste, celebrate, and provide
feedback! Southeastern Roastery loves and appreciates you dearly. Cheers to many more cupping
and all of the women through the industry that make the coffee engine prrr!