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Still Vibrato Wins Good Food Award


Ethiopia Shantawene, coffee beans roasted by Clint Rowan at Still Vibrato, has taken home a Good Food Award. The award recognizes American craft food producers who honor social and environmental responsibility while producing a tasty, authentic product. Rowan said he tasted the beans from this farm and explored how the crops changed for years, and says, "2018 happened to be really great" for the certified organic Ethiopia Shantawene. "It's cool," Rowan replied when asked how it felt to win, "because we live in a smallish town and we're serving this community and to know the quality and the roasting can stand up to other palates in other cities is a reminder I'm doing something good."

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You can find Ethiopia Shantawene beans at Market of Choice and West Coast Provisions or enjoy a cup at Humble Beet or at the Still Vibrato roastery Fridays and Saturdays.

Still Vibrato Roastery
35 NW Bond St., Bend

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