Since 1993 many of our guests have shared with us their personal stories of how their lives and OHenry’s Coffee have been intertwined. So for our 25 anniversary we are celebrating our guests and sharing their stories. Here is a great story from David Marquez. Having been born and raised (and still living in) Phoenix, […]
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While OHenry’s takes coffee very seriously, we do not take ourselves that seriously. So when Jake Bailey, manager of OHenry’s Coffee in Highland Park, and Chris Davis had too much fun filming this coffee tasting, it only made sense to include their humor in the bloopers cut. It turned out to be the only cut. […]
Ok, you have just a few days until Valentines’ Day. You need some fresh ideas to make your someone special feel… special. We are hear to help. Here are six of our top coffee romance ideas gleaned from years of caffeine consumption and watching our romance experts in our coffee houses. (We’re not spying, just […]
Coffee Kids is a wonderful coffee program that supports and encourages the kids of coffee farmers. It is a program to build an entrepreneurial spirit in the next generation of coffee farmers. Coffee Kids tasting notes: Sweet and herbal aroma, caramel, hazelnut, cardamon and light lemon on the palate. This roast has a soft and […]
On a cold, snowy December day, OHenry’s Coffee owner, Randy Adamy and his two daughters Rachel and Kelsey taste and describe this unique limited supply coffee. Ethiopia Bebeka Coffee Natural Geisha Coffee is a very special coffee and OHenry’s Coffee is the only coffee house to offer it in the state of Alabama.
Have you seen this clock? It’s a great piece of Birmingham history. The Birmingham Terminal Station was completed downtown in 1909. Every station had an “official” clock to keep things on schedule. This clock, made by Western Union, was that very clock for Birmingham!The late 1960’s was a time of massive urban renewal across the […]
This coffee comes from the Mzuzu Coffee Planters Cooperative Union which involves women farmers who own their own coffee fields. The proceeds are paid directly to those women in order to give them decision-making power over their income.
Imagine a coffee that perfectly embodies flavor and aroma. Guatemalan Antigua Bella Carmona, from the estate of the Zelaya family, is known for its unique characteristics of slight sweetness, clean and pleasant aroma with a hint of chocolate, light acidity of orange and lemon notes finished with caramel. For over 100 years Guatemalan Antigua Bella Carmona […]
A complex and compelling coffee with hints of tropical fruit, mild citrus acidity, and a sweet, clean finish. The Story of Lake Kivu Congo Fair Trade Coffee This coffee is grown on the shores of Lake Kivu in the Democratic Republic of the Congo where the climate and geographical conditions are ideal for growing high quality coffee. Politically, […]
In 2006 a coffee importer invited Mary and I to go to Colombia with a handful other coffee roasters. We were immersed in the coffee culture for 5 days visiting fincas (farms) of varying size. This is where we met Silvia and Jorge Saldariga on their tiny farm, El Crucerito.Fast forward to the spring of […]