Make Mornings Easy to Love with Local Coffee
Nova Scotian roasters are constantly creating an impressive variety of coffees that might actually make you look forward to mornings. Locally roasted coffee can be found in almost every grocery store and market in Nova Scotia, as well as online and in coffee shops around the province. Every time you brew a cup of local coffee, you do something good for the local economy, so drink up and enjoy!
Check out the following Taste of Nova Scotia coffee roasters for inspiration!
Laughing Whale Coffee Roasters
Laughing Whale Coffee Roasters are located in Lunenburg, one of Nova Scotia’s most famous fishing towns. All of their coffees are roasted using one of the most eco-friendly processes around. Give their medium roast Morning Mantra a try if you like full-flavoured coffee or Wind In Your Sails if you prefer a milder blend.
Full Steam Coffee Company
Full Steam Coffee Company is part of the Authentic Seacoast Company family, located on the historic Guysborough harbour. Full Steam produces eight distinct blends and each is hand roasted in small batches. It’s quite hard to pick a favourite, but Perfect Storm Dark Roast has great intensity. If decaf coffee is your thing, give Even Keel a try!
Nova Coffee was one Atlantic Canada’s first coffee companies, beginning in Dartmouth in 1973. The family-owned business has been producing and selling quality products for the past 48 years. Their high quality roasts vary in intensity, so they have something for every coffee drinker! Find their coffee at several independent retailers across the province.
Just Us! Coffee Roasters
Just Us! Coffee has been putting people and the planet first since 1995. A worker-owned co-op made by and for people who love coffee, their home is more than a roastery. When you enjoy Just Us! coffee, you join a group of empowered partners who work towards positive social impact and the well-being of their community.
Sunday Silence Coffee Co.
Located in Mahone Bay, The Barn Coffee & Social House launched their coffee brand, Sunday Silence, in the spring of 2020 and they’ve been experimenting with different flavour profiles and pleasing customers with weekly fresh roasted coffees.