Bindle Coffee recently opened by local Fort Collins resident, Andrew Webb, and his wife, Jenn Webb, is located in the new Jessup Farm Artisan Village at 1933 Jessup Drive in Fort Collins. The location is exactly what it sounds like, an artisan village built amidst the reclaimed 129-year-old farm buildings of the old Jessup Farm. The coffee house and roastery, located in the old mechanic’s shop is unique. The company has joined forces with Crop To Cup, a coffee importer what supports their local bean farmers and the communities where they reside. Bindle also imports their coffee seasonally, so the flavor is always fresh, and they roast their coffee on site behind the coffee bar. They also offer a variety of fresh baked goods and other healthy choices, all prepared by Jenn Webb who holds a pastry degree from the Culinary School of the Rockies. For more information, visit Bindlecoffee.com.
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