Zelie Beans Coffee
This Houston, Texas based small batch coffee roaster offers single origin roast and blends from Central and South America. Every batch is carefully roasted to owner Joseph Mastrangelo’s specific roast profile. Learn more of the Zelie Beans Coffee story below as well as their current roast offerings…[/text_box] [/ux_banner] [/ux_slider] [section label=”Media Left” bg_color=”rgb(193, 193, 193)” bg_overlay=”rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.85)” padding=”60px” border=”1px 0px 1px 0px”] [row style=”large” v_align=”middle”] [col span=”6″ span__sm=”12″] [ux_image id=”855″]
Roaster & Owner Joseph Mastrangelo[ux_image id=”7454″ depth=”2″] [/col] [col span=”6″ span__sm=”12″ align=”left”]
” I first fell in love with coffee at way too young of an age of 9 or 10 years old. Back then it was mostly cream and sugar, but there was still something about the coffee that drew me in. That led me to trying Mochas, Lattes, Cappuccinos, and finally single origin coffees. Kenyan AA was the first single origin coffee that I tried. I knew that coffee was always going to be a part of my life.”[follow align=”center” facebook=”https://www.facebook.com/zeliebeans/” instagram=”https://www.instagram.com/zeliebeanscoffee/?hl=en”] [/col] [/row] [/section] [section bg_color=”rgb(255, 255, 255)”] [title style=”center” text=”Shop zelie beans coffee”]
Zelie Beans Coffee takes its name from Zelie Martin. She and her husband, Louis, lived in a small village in France. Both Louis and Zelie worked, he as a watch maker/repairman and she as a lace maker. They had 9 children, 4 of which would die in infancy or childhood. The 5 that lived into adulthood were all girls and they all entered into religious life. Zelie’s lace making business did very well for her family that she was able to provide for the whole family. Though this did not mean her life was easy. She struggled with the deaths of her 4 children that died young. She also had trouble nursing her children. However, she persevered with faith and prayer.
Zelie Beans Coffee wishes to do much of the same as St. Zelie. Help provide for families that choose to do hard work and deserve to be paid well for the amazing product that they produce. Coffee is an AMAZING product. But, it is only as good as the people that are growing, tending, picking, shipping, roasting, and ultimately brewing it (whether that is in in a home or a coffee shop). It is important that these good men and women get paid well for their great work so that they may then provide for their families and in turn continue to produce great coffee. Because, ultimately that is what Zelie Beans Coffee is about, families and the joy that great coffee brings to the people who experience it.
With this in mind, Zelie Beans Coffee only sources beans from suppliers that provide fair and above fair prices for the unroasted beans. We also seek out those sources that continue to invest into women, their families, and their communities.[row style=”collapse” col_bg=”rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.98)” v_align=”middle”] [col span=”4″ span__sm=”12″] [ux_image id=”860″] [/col] [col span=”8″ span__sm=”12″ padding=”0px 0px 0px 31px”] [/col] [/row] [/section] [section label=”Media Right” bg_color=”rgb(255, 255, 255)” bg_overlay=”rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.85)” padding=”60px”] [row style=”large” v_align=”middle”] [col span=”6″ span__sm=”12″ align=”left”] [testimonial]
A Zelie Beans Coffee subscription was the best gift to myself that I have ever recieved! The Honduran Finca El Durazno – Honey Processed whole bean coffee is some of the best coffee I have ever brewed! Thanks Joseph![/testimonial] [/col] [col span=”6″ span__sm=”12″] [ux_image id=”856″ link=”https://zeliebeanscoffee.com/” target=”_blank”] [ux_image id=”7451″ depth=”2″] [/col] [/row] [/section]