The 2013 holiday season is in full “GO!” mode here at The Wormhole Coffee. We’re stocked up on the usual goods and services, obvi; we’re also sporting a God-only-knows-why variety of merchandise for your purchasing pleasure. At a non-specific point and time in the future, the universe would allow–even encourage–you to pick up fresh-roasted beans from HalfWit More»

New Signature Drink: Mayan Melk (Winter 2012/13)

White Hot Chocolate + Earl Grey Lavender Syrup + Cracked Pepper Marshmallow = Mayan Melk Our latest signature drink here at Wormhole Coffee tends toward well-balanced excess, if that’s possible. We hope you’ll agree and big thanks to Katherine Anne Confections for supplying the yummy cracked pepper marshmallows. Come and get it; these things come More»

A Tale of Two Guys & Kickapoo

Kickapoo Coffee owners T.J. Semanchin and Caleb Nicholes both found the relatively small town of Viroqua, Wisc., on their own, for different reasons. Then, coffee brought them together. More on that story later. First, let’s get to the beans. The Roasting When it comes to roasting strategy, Kickapoo has had a clear direction since the More»

Wormhole Coffee Signature Drink (Fall 2012): The Harrison Gourd

New sig drink at Wormhole Coffee, the Harrison Gourd. It’s our take on a con panna: espresso + house-made sweet potato whipped cream + lemon zest. “We did our best to keep in line with nice fall flavors without making something too similar to the ubiquitous pumpkin spice latte,” says the ultra-smooth and imperturbable Nathan More»

Wormhole Coffee Log: Peru

Next up in our focus series on coffee-producing nations is Peru, a country rich in culture and landscape, and home to over 110,000 coffee farmers. Coffee production rose by 19% in Peru in 2011, and it remains the country’s top agricultural export, valued at $571 million in an annual report by the USDA. Peru, for More»