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A Coffee Break with Geoff

A Coffee Break with Geoff

by Kris Woll | 2016 Image by The Imagery | 2015 A coffee break with Geoff, co-founder and co-owner of River Moon Coffee Roasting Company. K: Geoff, what memories does coffee bring to your mind?G: My first memory of coffee was the smell of it – the aroma as a child. I can remember being up in the north woods of Minnesota close to Superior National Forest. We would go with another family up and would be in a small cabin, and I remember being really struck by the pleasant smell of those aromatics. This was before I drank coffee...


Three Coffees on Ice

Geoff Schodde

Tags Coffee on Ice, Spoonful of Raw Sugar

Three Coffees on Ice

by Kris Woll | 2015                                                  Image by Sheryl Hess | 2015 Sweet: A Half-Found Poem on 3 Coffees on Ice Just lookThe sun is still out.Warm. So hot. So bright.The rain they predictednever arrived.We’ll sit insidein the cool air.Three, for here,on ice, please.We’ll sit here a while.We walked all over this town. Now this tastes good.They relax into their chairsand the two parents listen to the grown daughterShe planted a garden. It’s growing and lush.Greens. Radishes. Tomatoes....


A Coffee Break with our Bush Pilot

A Coffee Break with our Bush Pilot

by Kris Woll | 2015  For this coffee break, I had a chance to correspond with Butch Herschman. Butch supplies the wild grown green bean Papua New Guinea coffee to River Moon. K: What memories does the smell of coffee raise for you? B: When I was a young lad growing up on a Minnesota milk farm I would come in from morning milking to the smell of coffee on our woodstove. I also enjoyed it when lunch was brought out to us in the field, as the hay found its way into the cup. K: A Minnesota milk farm is...