For many of us, it’s a warm cup of coffee in the morning that gets the gears in our head to start turning, or a mid-day refreshing iced brew that helps us survive until the end of the day. Regardless, some of us just can’t get enough of the coffee bean caffeine craze. Luckily, College Station’s very own micro-roastery, What’s the Buzz Coffee Co., loves coffee just as much as you local coffee addicts.
What’s the Buzz Coffee Co. is owned and operated by Rodrigo Chavez and Elena Bermudez. The company strives for their everyday cup to be that perfect cup. The micro-roastery purchases single-origin coffee beans from small estate, fair-trade and organic farms to be processed to that perfect cup.
To spread their love of coffee, Chaves and Bermudez will be hosting an event with Bryan/College Station Girls Pint Out, a local chapter of Girls Pint Out, to show guests the process of turning quality beans into quality coffee. Girls Pint Out is a national craft beer organization for women. Their mission is to build a community of women who love craft beer and who are an active, contributing part of the greater craft beer community.
Their joint event, Beans to Brew, includes a tour of the micro-roastery’s facility, education on the background and history of coffee beans, and an inside look at the roasting process. The event ticket also includes three coffee samples, tips on flavor profiling and a free coffee mug.
What’s the Buzz has generously offered to donate a portion of each ticket purchased to Girls Pint Out’s team for the upcoming Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk on Saturday, October 22. Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, which is part of the American Cancer Society, raises awareness and funds to save lives from breast cancer.
What’s the Buzz encourages all coffee lovers or those interested to come out to the event and learn more about the community’s local roastery while supporting a greater cause!