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Where are you located?

Our roastery is in Eugene, Oregon.

Do you have a coffee shop/cafe?

No, we are strictly a roasting company.

I live in Eugene, where can I buy your coffee locally?

Check out the retail locations carrying Voyage Coffee, or order right here on our website!

I don’t have a coffee grinder, can I still buy your coffee?

Yes! We are happy to offer all of our coffee whole bean or drip grind. If you’re looking to get an excellent grinder, we also sell Baratza’s Virtuoso. We’re a Baratza reseller, so if you’re interested in any of Baratza’s other products, contact us.

I only use a single-serve coffee maker.

We now offer three of our fresh specialty coffees in recyclable, Keurig 2.0 compatible Kcups: Honduras Capucos, Tanzania Tarime, and Safari Blend.  They’re not available online yet, so contact us to order! Additionally, lot of single-serve machines have methods for using your own coffee instead of the pre-packaged pods or cups. Contact us and we’d love to give you advice for your specific machine.  

How long will my coffee stay fresh?

To for best freshness and taste, use your coffee within 2 weeks. Store it in an airtight container in a cool, dark place. No matter your brewing method, we always recommend using a burr grinder, and grinding immediately before preparing your coffee.

Do you have decaf?

Yes, our current offering is an organic, chemical-free coffee from DR Congo, which is decaffeinated using a carbon dioxide process.

Shop Decaf.

I want stronger coffee.

A common misconception is that a darker roast equals stronger coffee. If you’re looking for strong flavor, we recommend our Odyssey Espresso Blend.

How dark are your roast levels?

Our Medium is a Full City roast, cooling the beans just after they reach “second crack.” Our Dark roast is a Vienna. The beans begin to look oily and are darker in color than Full City.


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