Bodum YOYO Tea Set
Bodum YOYO Tea Set $ 16.75
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Lightweight and durable 16 oz. camping mug.
Stainless Steel Enamelware 16oz Camping Mug $ 19.95
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Vail Mountain Coffee & Tea Hydro Flask
Vail Mountain Coffee & Tea 16 oz Hydro Flask $ 24.95
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Bodum Pour Over - 34oz / 8 Cup
Bodum Pour Over - 34oz / 8 Cup $ 24.99
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Sumatra Mandheling Grade 1 Extra Fancy | Vail Mountain Coffee and Tea
Sumatra Mandheling Grade 1 Extra Fancy from $ 11.95
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Masala Chai | Vail Mountain Coffee and Tea
Masala Chai from $ 12.50
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Silver Needle Jasmine | Vail Mountain Coffee and Tea
Silver Needle Jasmine from $ 18.00
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Gore Range Blend
Gore Range Blend from $ 10.95
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Grind Rewind - A New Cafe for the valley's largest roastery

November 30, 2017

GRIND REWIND A New Café for the Valley’s Largest Roastery Vail Mountain Coffee & Tea’s new Minturn tasting room opens for business. By Geoff Mintz  11/17/2017 at 12:30pm  Published in the Holiday 2017/2018 issue of Vail-Beaver Creek Magazine22 Vail Mountain Coffee & Tea’s new Minturn shop. IMAGE: RYAN DEARTH Back in the mid-1980s, just as Starbucks was becoming a thing, Chris Chantler and Craig Arseneau met while working in the hotel industry in Boston and decided to open a chain of espresso bars. Until the young entrepreneurs took a ski vacation in Vail, the only question was where. Craig Arseneau and Chris Chantler. IMAGE: RYAN DEARTH “We looked around and nobody was doing the specialty coffee thing, so we quit our jobs, moved out here, and opened the...

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After Two Decades, Vail Mountain Coffee Makes Elevated Return to Retail - Roast Magazine "Daily Coffee News"

August 31, 2017

It was almost exactly 20 years ago that the owners of Colorado’s Vail Mountain Coffee and Tea shuttered their six Daily Grind Coffee Company retail cafes in order to focus full-throttle on growing the wholesale coffee roasting business.   With the roastery currently servicing roughly 350 wholesale clients and 1,500 mail-order customers, it’s safe to say they got that job done. “We’ve reached a point where we want to start sharing our story and our passion with our community again,” Vail Mountain Co-Founder Chris Chantler recently told Daily Coffee News. And so it was that this month, in a glassed-in 1,300-square-foot portion of the 7,150-square-foot building the company owns in Minturn, Colo., the Vail Mountain Roastery Cafe soft-opened to the public. Dual Modbar pourover...

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