After nearly four years as a member of the Crabapple community, two years as Jittery Joe’s Coffee and two more years as Element Coffee, it is with heavy hearts that we write this letter to all of our wonderful customers.
We will be permanently closing our doors on Saturday, April 30th.
Thank you. Thank you for your loyalty to our shop. Thank you for becoming part of our community; becoming our friends and regulars. And thank you for letting us become part of your lives.
We have enjoyed every minute of our time in Crabapple, but with a growing family and other business ventures, the time has come to close our doors.
Again, we are forever grateful for the impact all of you have had on our lives.
The weather is perfect for the kick-off of the Alpharetta Streetfest weekend. Element Coffee Company will be representing all weekend at the festival, located next to the main stage. We’ll be serving up smoothies, coffee, and iced tea. The festival will be from 10am-6pm both days. Come out and stop by our booth.
These two delicious Intelligentsia single origin coffees went so fast the first time, we just had to bring them back for round 2. Enjoy the Ikirezi, Burundi: Ngogomo OR the Zirikana, Rwanda: Abangakurushwa.
Read more about our coffee here.
Element Coffee Company would like to welcome The Robert Hays Band to its cafe for the first-ever Element performance! Join us during Gallery Night to listen to this talented quintet made up of local musicians play your favorites jazz tunes. Everything begins this Saturday night at 7pm and goes until 9pm.
Do you still use an automatic drip brewer at home? Do you wonder what the differences are between that method and others? Our Alternative Brew Workshop covers these questions and so many more with a focus on the Chemex and Aeropress brewing methods. Learn through demonstrations and instruction by company trainer Eden Marie. This free workshop begins at 7pm on Thursday, March 31st.
For more upcoming events at Element Coffee Company, check out our events page.
The Persephone and Alchemy Blend marks the beginning of Spring and new birth. This plush blend drips with notes of stone fruit, ripened kiwi, and fig, lifting at the center with hints of cherry and tangerine. The resonating finish leaves you with a touch of butterscotch. This Intelligentsia blend is here for a limited time. Try it today!
Save the date for our next Gallery Night, April 9th, 7-9pm. This month we feature local photographer Linda Jenkins with her series entitled “Visions of Tuscany”. Live jazz music with front man Robert Hays. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to view the newest pieces, ask the artist questions, and listen to great live music.
For more information on this and other upcoming events, check out our events page here.
New this week on our shelves is Intelligentsia single origin coffee Agua Preta, Brazil: Sao Benedito. This coffee has notes of roasted hazelnuts, pecans, English toffee, and brownie batter. The finish is long and silky. All of our single origins are available for brew with the Hario V60, French Press, Aeropress, or Chemex.
Do you want to learn how to brew your coffee at home? Check out our Alternative Brew Workshop Thursday, March 31st at 7p. For more information on this and other current coffees, visit our coffee page.
Join us for our upcoming Alternative Brew Workshop at Element Coffee Company. This month’s free workshop happens Thursday, March 31st at 7pm and will cover the Chemex and the Aeropress.
For more information on this and other upcoming events, visit our events page here.
For a limited time only Element Coffee Company is offering Intelligentsia’s Spring time blend: Persephone and Alchemy. This unique blend offer tastes of stone fruit, ripened kiwi, and fig. Next comes hints of cherry and tangerine. The finish carries through weightlessly with a touch of butterscotch.