first monday of a new month! this is giveaway time, y’all. and yes, it is coffee related again. i just can’t help myself: i have awesome companies to introduce you to.
this month i’m featuring the amazing coffee from my dear friends over at huckleberry roasters. huckleberry is a local, independently-owned company (just two doors down from crema) that roasts some of my favorite coffee (their blue orchid espresso is ah-mahzing). these guys are new and their company small but already there is a growing demand in the denver area for their expertly and lovingly roasted beans. i am confident this business will be taking off in incredible ways and i’m privileged to call these craftsmen my friends.
interested in the chance to have a bag of these (whole) beans sent to your door? please leave a comment letting us know what craft you most admire. me? i have a huge crush on carpenters. oh man, if i could build beautiful things out of wood. i’ll pick one winner on friday and post it here (usa and canada only, please).
for the record, this is not a sponsored post. i am doing this bc i love to help give exposure to small companies doing big things.
Has to be wordworker – love to see my father in his shop!
Woodworking here too. To be able to make beautiful furniture would be amazing.
But also sewing. I sew a bit but not at all like I’ve seen some amazing items that were handmade – it shocks me.
I think butchering is sexy.
a writer – the ability to put thoughts on paper that move people
I’d pick woodworking too! There are so many things I’d love to custom build – tables, chairs, cabinets, raised garden, rustic cabin…
I love a good cobbler.
Thanks for the shout, Emily! We like to think that coffee roasting is the most admirable 🙂
Yum, coffee! Just the name Huckleberry is making my mouth water. At the moment I’m also admiring coffee roasters, as my hubby does most of the roasting for a local company up here, but all craftsmen and women just amaze me. It’s definitely a gift.
what company does your hubby roast for?
Sewing! I really need to learn one of these days.