Krankies Coffee
store blog wholesale about locations
Ethiopia is one of our favorite origins to source coffee from. Not only is it the birthplace of coffee, but it produces some of the most exciting, flavorful cups of coffee that can be experienced. And so, it is with great pleasure that we present our latest coffee offering from Ethiopia, Danch Meng. The name translates to "perfect approach" from Amharic, the official language of Ethiopia. This coffee is a naturally processed Yirgacheffe and dried on raised beds. The cup is dense with cocoa, raspberry, grapefruit, and lime. Enjoy! 
It is upon us, we are proud to once again be a sponsor and host venue for Phuzz Phest!! Reanimator, the record store just around the corner from our cafe on Patterson Ave, has all the wristbands you'll need for the weekend, and we'll also have single-day wristbands available at the door while they last. Come out and support your community as our great local bands play alongside some truly amazing national acts! For more info visit PhuzzPhest.com.

We are excited to be co-branding with Klean Kanteen to bring you these 12 oz brushed stainless steel vacuum insulated travel mugs.  At $25, these double walled mugs will keep hot beverages hot for up to 6 hours and cold ones cold for up to 24.  While dishwasher safe, please hand wash to insure this redesigned classic will stay around forever.  And for goodness sake, don't ever microwave!  The bottle comes with a splash proof cafe lid but airtight loop lids are available separately so you can throw it in your backpack without worry.

These are available in shop and online.  Buy them in our cafe and receive a free drink in the mug at time of purchase! Be sure to check out Klean Kanteen's website for more info on why they are a great company that we chose to work with.

 

 

PUBLIC ACCESS TELEVISION ????

 

 

Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time

A documentary about legendary environmentalist Aldo Leopold. Green Fire highlights Leopold's extraordinary career, tracing how he shaped and influenced the modern environmental movement. Leopold remains relevant today, inspiring projects all over the country that connect people and land.

The Camel City Grill food truck will be outside Krankies by 5:30 p.m. Grab something tasty and bring it to enjoy! The movie is free and will start at 6:30.

View Newer Posts
View Older Posts
211 E. 3rd St. WSNC 27101