Ian White is the Trinity Coffee Company guy. he started his journey into the coffee world by purchasing the coffee roaster from Auntie Crae’s in the summer of 2014 with the goals of making a sustainable living in rural Newfoundland and making great tasting coffee more accessible. benefiting from the 25 years of experience that the owners of Auntie Crae’s have shared with him, Ian is now able to do both.
currently Trinity Coffee Company has four different offerings: Trinity Mercantile Blend (medium and dark roast coffee blended after roasting), Broad Cove Blend (a legacy from Auntie Crae’s), Colombian French Roast (not for the faint of heart) and a Decaf Colombian (not your grandmother’s decaf).
as coffee is an agricultural product Ian is well aware that the sustainability of our planet is fundamental to his business and a good cup of coffee. while the weather, the wind and the temperature outside all make the nuance of every roast a little different, a consistent good growing season on the farm will have the greatest effect on the quality of the finished cup of coffee.
Trinity is a favoured roast at The Grounds at Murray's in Portugal Cove St. Philips, and you can pick up a bag there to take home, as well as from Georgetown Bakery, Rocket Bakery, Food for Thought, Belbin's Grocery, Tilthouse Bakery and other places. when you get out to Trinity, stop by the roastery buy fresh from the source.