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Perla Baking Co. Joins the Amavida Family

Main Street Defuniak Springs in Florida is a downtown which holds opportunities to gather and experience the culture of the city. If you are attending an event, or just exploring the streets, you may come across the delightful smell of coffee and baked goods traveling from the doors of a local bakery. That bakery is... Read More

Bracelets Building Communities

January 28, 2022 Posted in: Cafes, Community, Fundraising, On the Ground
These little colorful woven friendship bracelets sit in a basket near the cash register at the cafe. When the cafe is empty I always stare at them, tracing the patterns and colors, wondering whose hands wove them, where they’d been.  Working with On the Ground Global (OTG), we get these bracelets from a state called... Read More

Health & Safety At Amavida | In Response to COVID-19

March 16, 2020 Posted in: Cafes, Community, Local
Dear Friends, It is our commitment to you, as well as, our staff, community, and visitors, that we do our part to mitigate the spread of this new virus. We want you to know we are making every effort to keep you all informed of how we are adapting our procedures to keep everyone healthy. For now, we... Read More

Organic Iced Teas Are The Stars Of The New Spring Menu

March 13, 2020 Posted in: Amavida Specials, Brewing, Local, Tea
To celebrate the return of warmer and sunnier days, we are launching our new spring menu! Organic Iced Tea Drinks Invented By Baristas A new menu means new possibilities! Our talented team of baristas used their skills and creativity to whip up a couple of new drink recipes that are sure to delight and prepare you... Read More

Bringing Local Flavor To The Espresso Bar: Introducing pink House Alchemy

December 3, 2019 Posted in: Cafes, Coffee, Community
Supporting local makers is what we are all about! It is our personal goal to collaborate with local and community-focused companies to bring our customers some of the best offerings. It is important that we carry the most excellent and ethically made products in our coffee houses for you to enjoy. We always consider how... Read More

Want to Learn More About Your Cup of Coffee? Join the Public Coffee Roaster Tour

November 4, 2019 Posted in: Coffee, Community, Roasting
My First Coffee Roaster Tour at Amavida I imagine if you are reading this you are already a big fan of specialty coffee. Whether you brew at home or visit one of Amavida’s cafes, you have a go-to caffeinated drink. When choosing the type of coffee to enjoy over breakfast, have you ever stopped and... Read More

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Do Away with Single-Use Plastic Straws

August 21, 2019 Posted in: Community, Environmental Stewardship, Local
Ending Single-Use Plastics Over the last decade, chefs and foodies the world over have become more conscious of what they are putting on their plates and into their mouths. Organic, local, free-range, wildcrafted, heirloom, all-natural; these are all terms no longer foreign or confusing to consumers. They have become definitive of the awareness consumers have... Read More

Coffee Lover’s Guide to the Florida Panhandle

July 30, 2019 Posted in: Cafes, Coffee, Community, Local
Let's tawk local coffee along the Emerald Coast - For coffee lover's from Panama City to Pensacola. Can I be honest with you for a minute? I am not from around here. I'm a coffee lover from a far away land, the big hunk of state that is Texas. When my wishful thoughts wandered to... Read More

A Story About Vocation

June 30, 2019 Posted in: Community, Local
I think it might be safe to say when you've met people who are living "big" and all in, you know. This little panhandle of ours is turning out some ambitious food and beverage entrepreneurs as of late. The newest addition to this wave of crafty locals is Pensacola's Ryan and Jenn Eaton, owners of... Read More

Crossroads: Coffee Review and Collective Impact

March 18, 2019 Posted in: Coffee, Community, Environmental Stewardship, Sourcing
At the time of writing, the “coffee market” price for a pound of coffee is sitting at $0.94. The price has been dangerously low for months now—a complex issue of global trade and economics—and it’s making it difficult for many farmers to even break even. Thankfully, there’s already a big effort to fight for sustainable... Read More

Rebrand Announcement: New Look, Same Vision

December 11, 2018 Posted in: Art, Local, News & Media
Hello Friend, Since our beginnings in 2004 we've aimed to create global impact, improving the lives of coffee producers through our work at Amavida. Our very name means "love life" and is a devotion to our origins and the experiences we hope to create for people within our producer, as well as local, communities. Today... Read More

The Story of Noli South & Their Self Love Kombucha

November 20, 2018 Posted in: Community, Local
The Birth of a Southern Magnolia One of the most “trendy” drinks is making its way through our 30A and Panama City Beach communities. With it’s mystical branding and a flavor-packed taste, Noli South is taking our community by storm. As an organic and locally produced “booch” we wanted to take some time to highlight... Read More

The Joys of Roaster of the Year

We could really make this a braggy piece about “Roaster of the Year,” what that means, why we won, why we are so incredibly rad at what we do, but you know... that’s not our style.   Instead of writing about the joys of winning an award like Roast Magazine's Roaster of the Year and... Read More

Places To Go & People to See at SCA EXPO 2018

April 18, 2018 Posted in: Community, Events, On the Ground
Where can you find Amavida Coffee at Specialty Coffee EXPO 2018? Will we see you at the 2018 Specialty Coffee Association's annual EXPO? We sure hope so! The Specialty Coffee EXPO is an excellent chance for coffee producers, importers, roasters, baristas and a wonderful variety of other industry partners to connect in person around the thing... Read More

Why We Paid In Goats For Our New Coffee: Burundi Nemba

March 15, 2018 Posted in: Coffee, Community, Sourcing

Sourcing specialty coffee is typically a fairly straightforward process, but every now and then you come across specialty coffee beans that you have to jump through some hoops for. Our latest offering, Burundi Nemba, was one of these oddities. We collaborated with Kickapoo Coffee to find and source this specialty coffee through a local Burundian exporter,…

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Floriopolis: The Art of Community

January 19, 2018 Posted in: Art, Community, Local

THE ART OF COMMUNITY Floriopolis and their journey to inspire the community through art. Where there is art, there is culture. And where there is culture, there is a community. At Amavida, one of the fundamental reasons we love what we do is because of coffee’s ability to create a culture and bring people together….

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To Cream or Not to Cream?

December 13, 2017 Posted in: Brewing, Coffee, Community
We live in a world where a person can order a coffee in just about anyway you can think of. From as simple as black coffee, to adding flavored sweeteners, spices, pumpkins, condensed milk, and even...dare we say it, butter! For a lot of people, it’s all about the luxurious and satisfying texture of CREAM!... Read More

Loblolly Cycling’s Coffee Ride

October 27, 2017 Posted in: Community, Events

Heading out this morning for my morning “coffee ride”. Luckily, Fridays in the workplace typically have become the “casual day” or “dress down day”. Hopefully the week’s projects are almost finished and you can put a stamp on them. (Not sure if some know how to use a stamp anymore).  The Friday morning “coffee ride” is…

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