Client Spotlight: Unorthodox Roasters

It's time for a new client spotlight. This time, we asked Unorthodox Roasters to share their story with us. You can find their roastery, as well as our Giesen, in Kinross, the United Kingdom. Let’s get to know Chris Bode, one of the owners.

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It’s time for a new client spotlight. This time, we asked Unorthodox Roasters to share their story with us. You can find their roastery, as well as our Giesen, in Kinross, the United Kingdom. Let’s get to know Chris Bode, one of the owners.

Name:Chris
Surname:Bode
Company name:Unorthodox Roasters
Giesen Coffee roaster type:W6A

Get to know Unorthodox Roasters

Company mission: Our mission is to innovate, experiment, and excite.

The biggest advantage of the roaster: The biggest advantage is the amazement in the eyes of our customers when we describe how the roaster and roasting works and why we chose Giesen. 

Favorite bean: Our favorite bean is the Yellow Catuai (Natural).

The best thing about your job: Every time we serve someone a coffee they smile. We are literally serving happiness!

Motto: Educate to inspire and always adapt for the future.

Tip for other entrepreneurs/ roasters:  Trying to be too cool can sap the atmosphere from your business. In the words of Ali G: Keep it real.

Besides that: Travel (whenever possible) to gain insight into new business practices, new coffee ideas, inspiration and general life enjoyment.

If you want to find out more about Unorthodox Roasters, check out their website here.

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  1. Deonaid Wilson

    The highlight of our week is a visit to Kinross, and being g disabled parking is right outside shop. We always have a toastedciabatta between us and now we get a wave as we come into the shop and toast and coffee is getting ready. I can’t wait to introduce my son a d partner to their delights when they come up from Wiltshire to stay. Being in our (very) late seventies value for money is important, not the cheapest but definitely the best .

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