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Our Coffee Employees: A Great Group

Coffee for Oxford, the state of Ohio, the Midwest, and the whole country. Our staff as of April, 2013: from the left, Katie, Lara, Tom, and Eric. They make excellent coffee, and they know a lot about coffee. Of course, the subject is endless, and they learn something new every day. But as far as […]

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80 hours of roasting

  As I was roasting on Friday, I checked the Honeywell gauge and saw that it just hit “80”. 80 hours of roasting so far. For those who enjoy this kind of detail, this roughly means: 80 hours times 15 pounds of beans per hour, or roughly 1,200 pounds roasted so far. Roasting reduces the […]

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New coffee, new hours

The new coffee in the store is Sumatran Fair Trade Gayo. In the photo, you can see the letters FLO on the bag on the right. They stand for Fair Trade Labeling Organizations, the umbrella name for all FT groups around the world. These organizations are structured by country. The American body is Fair Trade […]

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7am

Correct. 7am. Monday through Friday, 7am. Looking for a cup of coffee to take to work? Then stop by Oxford Coffee Company, fill your cup, and go. We are now opening much earlier, 7am Monday through Friday. (10am Saturday, noon Sunday)

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Online ordering is up and running!

It’s nice to come in to the shop, sit down, and relax with a freshly-brewed cup of our own roasted coffee.  But if you can’t make it in, you can now have our coffee shipped directly to your home.  And, to kick off our online sales, from now until February 20, you can get 10% […]

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