When I started Cafe Mosaic, my first coffee shop in historic downtown Eunice, Louisiana, I quickly realized that much more than water and a bag of beans goes into crafting a great cup of coffee.
Coffee begins with a cherry budding from the branches of one of many varieties of shrubs or trees. Each cherry is hand-picked and separated into the seeds that then travel across mountains and over seas to the expert hands of a roaster. Each of these beans has a story, and each of these beans has gone through the hands of people who have their own stories.
The stories do not end with the roasting, however. All types of people come together to share their own stories over the cups brimming with the delicacies that result from the careful roasting of these beans. At Rêve Coffee Roasters, we live for these stories. Our coffee is for everyone, from the weathered sugarcane farmer drinking his black cup every morning, or his pigtailed granddaughter experiencing her first, sweet sip of coffee-milk.
Owner, Rêve Coffee Roasters