While our name, Small World Coffee, proclaims our devotion and passion for coffee, we have a little secret: We are also tea lovers! Over the last couple of weeks we have been introducing teas from our new provider, Royal Tea. Our relationship with this company has been longstanding, as they have been one of our green coffee bean brokers for years. (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘Princeton’
By Jessica | Friday, February 17th, 2017 at 4:59 pm
By Jacqui | Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015 at 8:47 pm
One of our customers, Jess Stevens, sent us this adapted recipe for a Carrot Soup using our Tough Chai and the garam masala spiced cashews from the Whole Earth Center. If you decide to make this soup, order our Chai “straight up”, which means it will not be served with milk. We make our Chai almost daily in the Small World Kitchen on Nassau Street using freshly cracked whole spices, fresh organic ginger root, a small amount of honey, and a black tea from Rishi. Lots of love and care goes into this delicious recipe. We call it Tough Chai because of the spice factor;it is not a wimpy sweet Chai. A former worldling, John Ward, who now cooks for lucky people in Ithaca, NY, created our original Chai recipe.
Thanks Jess for sharing, the recipe sounds delicious and I think I am going to make some tonight! (more…)
By Jacqui | Wednesday, August 19th, 2015 at 12:56 pm
Well before Brant and I had decided on a town to open Small World Coffee, the café name, logo, and to go cups were designed. The logo was probably one of the easiest decisions we ever made. (more…)
By Jessica | Saturday, October 18th, 2014 at 9:00 pm
The second installation of Small World’s “Better Know a Worldling” introduces you to Liz Deacon. She’s only been at Small World for a few months, but has quickly become an integral member of our family/team. Read on to learn about Liz’s preferences regarding coffee drinks, cooking, and ‘90s music.
By Jacqui | Monday, October 7th, 2013 at 5:41 pm
We were thrilled to host Sara Sadri – a local filmmaker who is also pursuing her postdoc at Princeton University – at Small World Roasters. “Small World Coffee,” she says, “was my first introduction to the town of Princeton. In fact, I think it is more like a landmark of Princeton.” While visiting our Rocky Hill Roasting Facility as part of our public Backstage Pass events, the scientist & filmmaker saw a cinematic opportunity. “I myself never thought about coffee beans as green fresh beans, and as a scientist, I found the process quite appealing and interesting.” (more…)