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Oxford Wine Festival

We were at the Oxford Wine Festival on May 18 for MANY hours, or so it seemed.  But the crowd was large; except for the periods of heavy rain, we had a steady stream of visitors past our booth, and a fair number who actually visited us to buy cups of coffee.  We also gave […]

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Are you ready for final exams? We are!

Good notes, a quiet place, and a good cup of coffee…that’s how to study for exams.  Oxford Coffee Company is ready, with extended hours during finals week: This Sunday: noon-midnight Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 7am-midnight Thursday and Friday: 7am-5pm Saturday (graduation day!): 10am-5pm We’re right next door to LaRosa’s and Oxford Spirits.  Come in, order hot […]

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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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