Craftworks Coffee Opens with PNW Roasts in Seattle

Seattle has its share of towering figurehead cafes in the world of specialty coffee.

There’s the rotating month-long roaster takeovers at the new La Marzocco Café, which this month features Mexico City’s Buna and next month will introduce many U.S. consumers to Australia’s Campos Coffee; the creative groundbreaking Slate Coffee; the early-third-wave hotbed of talent Zoka Coffee; and, of course, David Schomer’s historic Espresso Vivace, to name just a few. There’s also the original Starbucks Reserve coffee circus.

Yet Seattleites must now buckle in and brace themselves, as the “ultimate” coffee bar has opened at last.

Seattle has its share of towering figurehead cafes in the world of specialty coffee.

There’s the rotating month-long roaster takeovers at the new La Marzocco Café, which this month features Mexico City’s Buna and next month will introduce many U.S. consumers to Australia’s Campos Coffee; the creative groundbreaking Slate Coffee; the early-third-wave hotbed of talent Zoka Coffee; and, of course, David Schomer’s historic Espresso Vivace, to name just a few. There’s also the original Starbucks Reserve coffee circus.

Yet Seattleites must now buckle in and brace themselves, as the “ultimate” coffee bar has opened at last.

At least that’s what it initially said on the official website of Craftworks Coffee Bar, an exciting new multi-roaster café armed with a Poursteady, a Synesso MVP Hydra and other high-quality gear. “I’m almost sorry that I let my marketing person put that up on our website,” Craftworks manager and Director of Craft Coffee Enterprises, Inc., Eric Smith told Daily Coffee News with a laugh. The word online has since been replaced simply with “newest.”

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