Toronto Life, Toronto’s Top Coffee Roasters List, 2020
“Reunion opened its first Toronto cafe on Roncy in 2015. But they’ve quietly been brewing and building relationships with farmers since 1995, and it shows in the deep lineup of single-origin beans in stock on a regular basis. They’ve been buying these Las Hermosas beans for 15 years from a farm co-operative in southern Colombia. It’s roasted to medium and meant to exemplify the platonic ideal of what a cup of Colombian coffee should taste like: not too acidic and a little sweet, with some hints of milk chocolate.”
CBC, Guide To Brewing Specialty Coffee, 2019
“There are an abundance of Canadian coffee roasters making waves in the specialty coffee world, and most ship countrywide (some with subscriptions, so you'll never run out). Across Canada, notable coffee roasters like Reunion, along with many others now, make delicious, specialty coffee accessible daily for their in-store customers and the at-home brewer.”
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Coffee for Good
Over the years, we have worked with dozens of farms and co-ops on development projects; supported certifiers promoting social, environmental, and financial development; and donated time and money to NGOs around the globe.