We saw it in a previous post some amazing place reborn from old businesses, today we bring one more, the Greater Goods‘ new coffee roasters that have been carved from the shell of an old automotive warehouse in Austin.
Greater Goods is founded by wife-and-husband team Khanh Trang and Trey Cobb, who – as well as being on a mission to provide the local area with a superior coffee experience – are dedicated to giving back to the community. They partner with four local charities (including the Central Texas Food Bank), dubbing their do-gooding as ‘coffee with a splash of kindness’, with a dedicated fundraising page on the website. They also offer barista training on-site, in an SCA-certified training lab.
Cobb, manages production and backstage stuff, while Trang is in charge of selecting the blends, and curating the menu. House specialties include The McGregor and Fronks Latte. If you’re in need of a pick-me-up without the caffeine high, try the Chinese Pu-erh tea, which is earthy, deep and complex from its 12 year-aged leaves.