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Greetings.Sadly, despite our best efforts to reopen in a new location by Fall 2022, Sourland Coffee remains closed and without a home. Although our "bricks and mortar" future remains uncertain, our shared passion for great coffee continues to grow. With hopes of staying connected to our friends, former customers and others, we will soon be sharing tips and coffee recommendations on our website, so check back. Stay well and caffeinated. Cheers.

local, artisanal,


our search for the trifecta: coffee, craft, community

It starts with the usual story. About 20 years ago, a guy met a girl. They spent their weekends tasting their way through the streets of Philadelphia, all between cups of coffee. They fell in love. First with La Colombe Coffee, then with each other. Then they moved...a lot...DC, Seattle, Portland, Pittsburgh.  


In every city they found their home in local, independent coffee shops--the ones that cared equally about the coffee, the craft of their roasters and baristas, and the community served. When they stumbled on this unspoiled corner of NJ--the Sourlands, with its rolling farms  and community spirit, these wanderers knew they had found something special.  All it needed was one of those indy coffee houses. Sourland Coffee was born. Stop in, try something new, find a sunny spot and stay awhile. We hope you find your home here too. 

coffee and craft
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the art of coffee

Our regular roaster is La Colombe Coffee --our very own gateway cup to the world of good coffee. We feature the famed Gingered Peach of Lawrenecville, NJ pastries, and other local artisanal treats we love. We never stopped tasting and exploring and we want our customers to do the same, so we periodically feature beans from the best indy roasters we find around the country.Is it third wave coffee? We don't get caught up on labels, we just look for people who care about their craft and are not afraid to push the envelope.


Our partner, La Colombe, sources and roasts its coffee guided by 5 important principles of ethical trade.

Fairness, treat trade partners fairly.

Longevity, make long-term commitments that promote certainty and sustainability

Opportunity, prioritize work with the farmers and regions where purchases can have the greatest positive impact

Water, use this resource wisely

Strictly Earth conscious, stewardship of the planet is a big deal and it needs to be part of every little decision.

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For more information about our coffee, treats, or for other inquiries please email us a

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