Try one of the fresh, smooth and tasty varietals and roasts, including their “Greatest Cold Brew In America” blend for making cold brew at home.
Want a high-caffeine kick? Get the nitro cold brew in 12oz cans!
Pangoa: Peruvian – Medium Roast full-bodied with notes of toasted nuts and baker’s chocolate
Electric Park Blend: Dark Roast – French Roast – Dark roast lovers, this one’s for you! With dark chocolate and brown sugar notes
Petroleuse Blend: Medium Roast – House Blend – Milk chocolate and blackberry notes
The Greatest Cold Brew in America: Medium Roast – Rich chocolate, silky body, and a hint of raspberry. Slow-brewed at 16 hours, this blend is the perfect way to wake up on a hot summer morning.
Fero: Ethiopian – Light Roast – Notes of black tea, lime with crisp acidity and finish
WHAT SETS THREAD COFFEE APART? IT’S DIGNITY AND PEOPLE ABOVE PROFITS.
Thread Coffee formed in 2012 among friends who wanted to come up with a way to stand in solidarity with different social movements around the world. Our first relationship coffee was with the autonomous Zapatista coffee community in Chiapas, Mexico. Years later, we continue to purchase coffee from those same farmers, and have added more direct trade coffees to our offerings. We stand in solidarity with women and indigenous smallholder farmers around the world.
In 2014, we partnered with Baltimore collective Red Emma’s and became the in-house coffee roaster for their popular vegan restaurant/cafe and bookstore. Between 2014-2017, we grew our wholesale coffee business and continued to grow our commitments to our farmer partners. We expanded our services to include cafe build outs and partnered with Johns Hopkins University and Bon Appetit food service to provide fair trade organic coffee in their university local Real Food campaign.
In 2017, we moved into our new and larger roastery in the mixed-use makerspace in Open Works in Baltimore’s Greenmount West neighborhood. In 2019, we released our first ready-to-drink beverage, our nitro cold brew canned coffee. We were named Best Coffee in Maryland by Food and Wine Magazine in 2019, as well as several notable mentions in Bon Appetit, Sprudge, Daily Coffee News and Roast Magazine.