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Pablo's Coffee and Roaster has been a Denver favorite since its inception in 1995. Our founder, Craig Conner left behind the safety of a corporate job, sold his house, maxed out his credit cards and took a chance on the coffee business. The industry has changed in over two decades, and Pablo's has evolved while remaining true to our core values. We roast and serve exceptional and affordable coffee that is accessible to everyone.
We pride ourselves on creating the best product and experience for our customers whether you buy our beans to brew at home or enjoy a drink in one of our shops. We know not all coffee drinkers are alike so we offer a variety of blends and single origins that can delight just about anyone. Our roasters source only quality green beans then develop the perfect roast profile to reveal the nuances of each coffee. Our skilled baristas are adept at creating tasty drinks and a great resource of coffee knowledge.
A great tasting coffee is our passion, but we also put great importance on community. We know that a great cup of coffee starts with the grower and we buy to support the farmers who are the foundation of our industry. On a local level we support hundreds of community organizations and events each year with donations. In our shops, we encourage community and sustainability daily. At the end of the day, we are grateful and are truly pleased to serve you.
At Pablo's Coffee, our first priority is to source the best tasting coffees we can find. There are numerous sources for green coffee – navigating these choices can be daunting, but we are dedicated to providing you with only the most pleasing coffee experience.
Because of the high quality of the coffees we purchase, massive factory farms producing commodity grade coffee simply cannot enter into the equation. We routinely pay 50-100% more per pound for our green coffee than the average Fair Trade rate. Many of our coffees carry certifications such as Rainforest Alliance, Smithsonian Bird Friendly and Socially Conscious, and we denote these coffees as such. Many others come from other cooperatives where the growers are organized in a legal Association. Still others come from great single family farms. Our importers visit all of these farms and cooperatives in person on a periodic basis, and that relationship is the cornerstone of their business.
We try in every instance to have complete transparency as to the source of these coffees. Here on our website, information sheets are available for your perusal. In our store, our friendly and knowledgeable staff can help provide information on the coffees we have available. In short, we're paying attention!
At Pablo's Coffee, being good members of our local community is of very high importance. Beyond providing great coffee to our retail and wholesale customers, we also are involved in a number of other programs to enrich the lives of the people around us.
First of all, unlike traditional marketing strategies, Pablo's Coffee focuses on a grassroots, donation based marketing strategy. We have sponsored hundreds of community events over the last two decades, from music festivals to silent auctions, homeless shelters to medical research. In fact, over 90% of our marketing budget goes to this sort of effort!
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