There are thousands of coffee related sites. Here is a very short list with some of the major ones, as well as some of our favorites, organized by type. Just click on the name and away you go...
Information and Review Sites
Newsgroups and Forums
Roasters and cafés
Riley's Coffee and Fudge: Barry Jarrett, the owner, is the first pro who took notice of people talking coffee on the Internet. So
Riley's is hereby named . Also, June's fudges are so good, they might start an Internet of their own the official café/roaster of the Coffee-Internet
Intelligentsia: In Jim's hometown, Chicago. Great coffee, great people
Gillies: New York's Don Schoenholt is one of the founders of specialty coffee, and a great supporter of coffee enthusiasts
Dallis Brothers: Gillies NYC competitors, also terrific people
Gimme Coffee: There's good coffee descriptions, there's bad coffee descriptions, then there's Gimme's descriptions. But the
educational material is solid enough for a banker
Counter Culture Coffee: Real espresso in the Old South? You bet. Another great supporter of us enthusiasts
Hines Public Market: Seattle Haut café. Seattle is the center of North American coffee culture
Zoka: More Seattle
Café Victrola: More Seattle
Caffé D'Arte: You guessed it
Espresso Vivace: Last but not least Seattle. There's lot's more, but I'm tired of typing Seattle
Stumptown: In Portland; one of the best in North America
Supreme Bean: LA's roaster to the stars; nevertheless, their espresso blends are great.
The Roasterie: Kansas City cafe and source for green and roasted coffees including signature espresso blends. Sivitz fluid bed air roasters are used.
Home Roasting and Green Coffee
Sweet Maria's: Not just a vendor; but the Free University of home roasting too.
Coffee Bean Corral: Russ sits on a Hawaian porch sipping coffees. The ones that fit, he sells.
Coffee Wholesalers: Chuck is a roaster who sells some of his stock green, and occasionally makes neat
gizmos for home roasters
Coffee Project: James sells mainly to café roasters, but his list is also available to home roasters
Green Coffee Coop: 5lb lots of coffee, at coop prices, vetted by Bob.
Cate's Green Coffee: A relatively large and diverse selection of green beans for home roasters.
Lavarock Farm in Captain Cook on the big island of Hawaii, produces 100% pure Kona Coffee, roasted and green.
Cafe Maria: Highly regarded Chicago area craft roaster.
Kuhlman's Koffee: New Orleans coffee roaster offers custom blends, 100% Arabica beans and free shipping.
Paradise Roasters: The newest
superstar in the specialty coffee business, with an unbroken
streak of 90+ ratings on Ken David's Coffee Review site.
Caracolillo Coffee Mills, Inc. (CCM): A third generation, family-owned business in Tampa, Florida that sells low-priced roasted and green coffee on the Internet..
Treasures Coffee & Tea Company AKA Jateg Coffee Roasters: A family-owned Sun Valley, California microroaster with 50 years of roasting experience.
Coffee Bean Direct: A central New Jersey roaster priding themselves on roasting their coffee just prior to shipment.
Hacienda San Pedro: A coffee plantation in Central Puerto Rico selling high quality Arabica, both roasted and green beans, internationally. Supplier to Yauco Selecto.
Santa Maria Family Estate/AMA CAFE: A coffee plantation established in 1870 in El Salvador growing high quality Bourbon Arabica beans.
Stanton Coffee Roasters: Four racing championships, an Indy 500 win and award winning coffees from
their "Racing Roaster"; Stanton Coffee has been revving up your day since 1999.
. PT's Coffee Company: A quality-oriented roaster
specializing in sourcing high quality coffees and promoting sustainability
within the coffee industry
. Flamenco Organic: A microroaster of exclusively Fair Trade organic coffees
Quarry Microroasters: Artisan roasted exotic coffees for the connoisseur.
Hula Daddy : Hula Daddy is a boutique coffee farm on the Hualalai volcano in the Kona, Hawaii coffee district, five minutes above the town of Kona.
Bolaven Farms: A Laotian farm working in conjuntion with the government to train and empower subsistence farmers to grow coffee so that thay can improve their lives.
. Juan Tama Coffee: Juan Tama is a Colombian association of around 1,800 indigenous and afro-indian farmers in Cauca. It produces certified organic coffees which it sells roasted and green
Doi Chaang Coffee: A coffee plantation in Northern Thailand growing Arabica beans and gathering coffee expelled by wild Civet cats.
An organization dedicated to the sales and marketing of coffee grown by indigenous Mayan farmers in Guatemala. Maya Earth Coffee:
Cuatro Sombras: A Puerto Rican 100% Arabica coffee from Hacienda Santa Clara whose roots go back to the mid-1800's.
A coffee company located in Thailand and selling dry-processed coffee from the Doi Chang Lisumi Estate.. P&F Coffee Limited:
Internet Coffee Equipment Vendors
Personal Websites and Blogs
Bread, Coffee, Yoga, and Chocolate: if there's a role model for coffee enthusiasts, it's Fortune
Espresso! My Espresso: The ultimate love story: boy meets espresso machine ... But seriously, Randy's site has
tons of solid info on everything an espresso lover wants to know
God Shot: Chris of Stumptown's blog. Chris Tacy is a "3rd wave" barista: a taster, a roaster, and an officer of the Barista Guild of
SCAA: Specialty Coffee Association of America. The industry group for real coffee. Join as a consumer-member
NCA: National Coffee Association. The enemy. Industry group for Folgers, etc.
Barista Guild of America: A new association formed by enthusiastic and knowledgeable professional baristas
Roasters Guild: The association for professional craft roasters.