“I was looking for really high quality coffee, but also a company that is founded on the same kind of beliefs as Briggo.”
– Chas Studor, Founder & CTO
With the opening of Briggo’s very first robotic Coffee Haus in San Francisco brings a new and very exciting partnership. We’re very proud to announce Verve Coffee Roasters will be serving their famous Sermon Blend through our Coffee Haus in the San Francisco International Airport at Terminal 3. This partnership was carefully cultivated to ensure alignment on brand values and consistency of quality offerings, which couldn’t have been easier. Verve’s dedication to Farmlevel initiatives and reputation for high-quality coffee showcase everything Briggo is about. We can’t wait for you to experience Verve Coffee but in the meantime, connect with them on Facebook and Instagram or check out their website for more information.
About Verve Coffee Roasters
Founded in 2007 in Santa Cruz, California, Verve now has locations in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Tokyo. Verve fuses craft, culture and community, sourcing and roasting the most unique coffees from around the world, and actively participates in the entire supply chain from Farmlevel to Streetlevel. Verve’s focus is to bring the best quality, service, and atmosphere to every customer interaction, while incentivizing those at Farmlevel to consistently produce the highest quality coffee beans in the world. The company operates exclusively in the specialty coffee market, selecting from only the top 1% of all coffees around the world. As the company has grown in popularity and size, Verve has proudly stayed independent, and still roasts coffee by hand in small batches.
About the Sermon Blend
The Sermon has always been a new take on an old classic. A round body, bittersweet chocolate
notes, and a berry sweetness are what Verve consistently strive for. Verve tastes dozens of offerings
each season to find the perfect combination to achieve this end.
This season, Verve presents a three-coffee blend hailing from Central America, South America, and East
Africa. From Fazenda Primavera in Minas Gerais, Brazil hails a naturally-processed Catuai lot
responsible for contributing body and baking chocolate flavors. Joining it, from Southern Ethiopia’s
Aricha Factory is a selection of naturally-processed heirloom-variety coffees, sun-dried to maximize
ripe-fruit complexity. Last but not least – the glue that ties the blend together – from the Beneficio
La Estrella in Ocotal, Nueva Segovia, Nicaragua comes a catuai lot representative of the milk
chocolate flavors and citric acidities for which this region is lauded.