By regularly traveling to coffee-growing countries, we can offer you some of the very best coffees in the world.
Transcend’s business model is built on real relationships with the people who grow, harvest, process, source and ship green coffee.
We’ve partnered with some farmers for four years or longer. We consider them friends, not just suppliers.
Roasting in small batches and paying attention to every detail gently coaxes the complex flavours out of the beans and into your cup. More on how we roast.
Our 1950’s Probat roaster was retrofitted specifically for Transcend. The old cast iron is more thermally stable, and that means tastier coffee for you to enjoy.
We cup — professionally evaluate — every single roast to be certain that you’re getting only the highest quality coffee, every time.
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Transcend’s founder, Poul Mark, is a licensed Q Grader, The Coffee Quality Institute's professional accreditation for evaluating green and roasted coffee. More on quality standards.
Transcend ships orders across the country every day, but we were born and raised on the Alberta prairies. We’re proud to live and work in Edmonton and we partner with and support local businesses as much as possible.
All orders are expertly packed and usually ship same-day or next-day. Shipping is always free for orders over $48 going to Canadian addresses.
If you have a special request, just ask! Our shipping manager Bonnie is always happy to help.
It must be something in the coffee.
My life has been definitively changed as of this morning when I made @transcendcoffee for the first time - wow!! How can it be so good??— Jessica Sacher (@JessicaSacher) Via Twitter, November 6, 2013
I'm from Vancouver - coffee Nirvana - but nothing here beats this spectacular blend for my home Rancilio Silvia. Superb crema - excellent for both Americanos and lattes. I like to make a big deal about how I import my beans from Edmonton!-MJM via web review
Loving how great it is to make lattes and cappuccinos at home. Thanks to @transcendcoffee and your beans.— ni-chola (@nicolagavins) Via Twitter, November 11, 2013