Klatch Coffee opens new location in California

Now in its 25th year, craft coffeehouse Klatch Coffee has expanded with a new location in Fontana, California.

The store features the brand’s first-ever drive-thru, part of the roastery’s ongoing mission to provide globally sourced, gourmet brews to its customers with convenience.

The company’s world-class baristas craft popular, made-to-order selections, including its cold brew, which took first place at America’s Best Cold Brew Competition 2018; the Golden Bean Espresso, the only espresso to ever win four consecutive gold medals at the Golden Bean awards; and Capp on Tapp, a cold cappuccino made with nitrous oxide, adding natural sweetness without any additives. The menu also includes a variety of lattes, seasonally flavored coffees and café fare such as pastries, sandwiches and salads.

Klatch’s retail whole bean offerings boast an impressive selection of seasonal varieties, including the El Salvador Las Mercedes Pepinal 1 – a first-place winner at the El Salvador Cup of Excellence auction – and the Colombia Finca Guandinosa – second place winner in the Colombia Roasters United Competition. All whole bean coffees are sold by the bag in-store or through Klatch’s online subscription service.

About Klatch

Klatch Coffee was founded in Rancho Cucamonga, California, in 1993 by Mike Perry, a former chemical engineer who blends science and artistry with a passion for great coffee. Over the last 25 years, Klatch has earned widespread industry recognition and numerous awards. In September 2018, Klatch Coffee became the first and only specialty roaster to win the Golden Bean Award for its espresso four years in a row. The roastery is widely known for being the U.S.’s sole supplier of the world’s most expensive coffees – the Elida Geisha 803 and Elida Geisha 97+ – which both earned gold medals at the 2018 Best of Panama competition.

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