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  • Sep122017

    Summit in 100 Words | Lane Wilson

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    Reaching a summit is not the end of a journey; it’s a time to celebrate and to rest, a benchmark to look back on the ascending trail and out into the possibilities for what’s next, and, if you’re prepared, a spot to enjoy a cup of coffee. We seek the same experiences at Summit. Come to relax or gather with…

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  • Aug242017

    Summit in 100 Words | Courtney Spear

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    Find your Summit. And do it again. And again. We are here. Our focus is on coffee, community and engagement. As Summit learns and grows through origin, roasting, brewing, serving, interacting, helping, teaching and cooking; we want to share it with you. It’s not just about what’s in the cup. It’s about you and it’s about the team – our…

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  • Aug082017

    Summit in 100 Words | Brian Helfrich

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    by brian. We study a lot. We study our business, we study other businesses. We study coffee and jeans and technology. We read books, we read magazines, we share studies from Harvard Business School. One of our favorite things to learn about is branding. We’re students of how companies brand themselves, why they’ve chosen that direction, and the words and…

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  • Jul062017

    Sustainability in Coffee

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    / by Adrienne Lewis Summit Coffee is now a Certified Organic coffee roaster! We are excited and proud to bring you organically grown USDA certified coffees. You will notice however, that not all of our coffees bear this label. If all our coffees can be organic then why aren’t they? The answer is complex. While we do think organic is…

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  • Jun232017

    Find Your Summit: Cam Causey

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    I’ve always enjoyed the “find your summit” motto. It’s catchy enough that it sticks, but authentic in that it truly means something. It’s vague enough that it applies to every and any challenge, but powerful enough that I can actually buy in to what it preaches. My summit changes every day. As a recent Davidson graduate, my summit for the past four…

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  • Jun202017

    Why Summit: Michael Griggs

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      I can recall the very first day I visited Summit Coffee. I was on my to work, traveling from Huntersville to Mooresville on route 115. I was new to the area, and part of my getting situated included finding a local coffee shop, where I could stop, and have a cup of coffee, before going to work. Years of…

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  • Jun122017

    Coffee Profile: Kochere Bonde, Ethiopia

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  • May252017

    on riyadh, the end.

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    by Evan. It’s hot. It’s really hot. Hot like when you open the oven to check on the level of gold on your tater tots and the hot air blasts toward you. That’s kind of like what going outside is like, without the promise of crispy potato goodness. The stovetop temperature sidewalks is just one of the things that takes some…

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  • May162017

    everything’s different. everything’s the same.

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    By Alex. When Evan and I landed in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia three days ago, we really didn’t know what to expect. Heck, I had even done some Instagram sleuthing just to figure out if wearing a t-shirt would be socially acceptable (it is). I had been to the Middle East before, but neither of us had been to Saudi Arabia,…

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  • Apr172017

    on asheville, part 1.

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    by brian. i want to keep my commitment in 2017 to hospitality, and so much of that for me is storytelling. what is Summit doing, and why? i ask for 100% transparency from our team here, good and bad, and i want to provide that same commitment to y’all. why asheville? why now? customers have been asking me those questions…

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