Here are some coffee highlights from Dave's trip to Costa Rica. Hope you enjoy them!
Mills Coffee Roasting Co., one of the nation's oldest roasters, was founded by Thomas Mills, who emigrated from Scotland around 1860. Thomas originally called the company Mills Tea and Butter Company, only extending into coffee in the late 1800s / early 1900s. Thomas ran the company with the help of his sons -- after pulling... Continue Reading →
What makes our decaf different? It was crafted by a mother who loved her morning coffee almost as much as she loved her toddler, unborn son, and family. The original Qween Bean (her preferred spelling), Susan Mills, had a 1-year old daughter, Nicole, and was pregnant with her son, David, when she stepped in to co-run Mills... Continue Reading →
People say I am too young to remember but I know they are wrong. I’ll never forget the first time I saw that deep brown molten silk gracefully pierce the white of the milk below, creating a marvelously caramel-colored swirl in the bottom of my white cup. my cup – my first unforgettable cup of... Continue Reading →
Ryan, Thank you for these great pictures! http://www.ryandevoll.com/ Susan Mills, (aka, TheQueenBean) Yes, we really move most of the bags by hand... Mike L - a 20+ year roaster!
Moms hold a very special spot at The Queen Bean and this week, we like to celebrate them all year long! The thoughts 'mom' and 'coffee' are two sides of the same coin for me; I can't think of one without thinking of the other. My brother and I were always at the roasting plant... Continue Reading →
Mills Coffee has been roasting coffee for well over a century and during the first 120 years, Mills 1860 blend was the ONLY coffee we offered -- and it is a GREAT blend! Decade after decade, countless customers remain loyal to our house blend. Even with the extensive offering list of single origins, blends, flavors,... Continue Reading →