May 15, 2013
Work with coffee! Shenandoah Joe is now seeking a Roastery Manager, Register Staff, and Bar-Back. View full job descriptions here.
May 14, 2013
Iced Coffee Season is Finally Here!
Stop in and grab a glass of Shenandoah Joe on ice.
April 17, 2013
Attention Keurig Fans!
We are now carrying adapters, so you can use Shenandoah Joe coffee in your Keurig. No more buying all those K-Cups. Now you can enjoy your favorite local coffee with your Keurig machine.
April 12, 2013
New Coffee Arrivals!
We are pleased to offer this coffee to our customers. This coffee is from the town of Yirgacheffe, the district of Kochere inside the Zone of Bornea which is known for outstanding coffees. Its aroma is Floral with a citrus like acidity that is low to medium the body is also light to medium with a smooth flavor and enjoyable lingering aftertaste. It is an heirloom varietal that is a fully washed grade one coffee
Country of Origin: Ethiopia
This one is from the farm of Sao Francisco and the region of Alta Mogiana. It is nutty with a low delicate acidity. It tastes of dark chocolate and subtle nuts. It has a medium body with long and pleasant aftertaste. Sao Francisco farm is located in the Alta mogiana region owned by Nilton Messias De Alemeida who is a retired judge. The coffee is from a group of farms belonging to the Alta Mogiana specialty coffee association. This is a natural process coffee.
Country of Origin: Brazil
Farm: Sao Francisco
Varietals: Red and Yellow Catuai
November 14, 2012
Welcome to the Shenandoah Joe Family!
Shenandoah Joe is proud to announce that the following establishments are now selling Shenandoah Joe Coffee by the bean or cup!
Citizen's Burger Bar
Dips & Sips
Fry's Spring Station
Little John's Deli
Jefferson Good Neighbor Pharmacy
Prospect Hill Plantation Inn
Yoder's Sugar and Spice
March 8, 2012
See Us in Roast Magazine!
Shenandoah Joe and our very own Dave Fafara were recently featured in an advertisement in Roast Magazine. The ad was for the San Franciscan Roaster, which is our work horse machine. It's one of a series of ads featuring successful roasteries that use the San Franciscan.