For many of us coffee is the wake up call or the conversation with dessert. In coffee houses and homes across the world coffee is presented in many forms to satisfy the thirsty connoisseur. Drip, pour over, press, espresso, latte, cappuccino, blended to name just a few. Coffee like no other beverage created, is prepared and enjoyed differently throughout the world.
It is Coffea Arabica that has been the spark that has changed and continues to change human kind. From its discovery and first cultivation in what today is Yemen, coffee has transformed life, culture, religion, trade, and business. Coffee is one of few products that truly brings us together on this little planet called Earth.
At Morning Glory Coffee & Tea, Inc.® we are very fortunate to share our coffees with visitors from around the world, who come to visit Yellowstone National Park and Montana. Because we service people from many cultures and backgrounds, we have to adapt to the many ways that coffee is prepared and served. We believe that whether you are entertaining at home, traveling or in your favorite coffee shop, the only wrong way to drink coffee is to not drink it at all. The rules are that there are no rules except to enjoy your coffee how you like it. Our goal at Morning Glory is to make sure your coffee is right for you.
The world of Specialty Coffee has grown enormously in the past twenty five years. Improvements in agriculture, roasting and packaging now allow an incredible variety of great origin coffees, blends and flavors to be available to the customer. With this in mind we as producers and consumers should share in the wonder that is coffee, by celebrating and better understanding its origins and preparations with very cup we drink.
Check out our coffees in our online catalog here>> www.morningglorycoffee.net
I spend a fair amount of time explaining where we live and, how isolated our little town of West Yellowstone, Montana is from the rest of the world. We spend our days roasting, shipping and serving coffees, two blocks from Yellowstone National Park. Once a week we regardless of weather (for the most part) we make the trip from West Yellowstone, to Big Sky and on to Bozeman to deliver our coffees and stock up on supplies for home and business. Ninety miles each way, this trip brings us through a portion of Yellowstone and is a weekly reminder of just how special it is to live and do business in Montana.
Thanks to Zeno Pontiggia for taking this footage. For us at Morning Glory, this is our weekly trip.