By Brendan Martin Coyne

Speedwell Coffee has been forming relationships with local businesses and roasting coffee in Plymouth since 2008. Once simply a small coffee roaster, Speedwell has evolved into a valuable support partner for other small coffee shops, bakeries, and delis. Over the years, they have developed robust training and equipment programs to help jump-start coffee shops that are just starting out.

• Black and white plate by Sheryl Amaral (Source: Plymouth Center for the Arts) holds Mrs. Mekler’s shortbread cookies along with a scattering of her Monster Munch.
• Glazed porcelain blue/brown mug by Jorge Amado Ceramics, Tiverton RI. (Available in left- or right-handed designs).
Photos: Michael Hart

Moreover, in 2015, Speedwell branched out and partnered with Rishi, a direct trade importer of high-quality teas with products ranging from sparkling botanicals, organic looseleaf tea, organic tea sachets, rishi chai concentrates, organic matcha, and organic iced teas.

You can find their various coffees all over the South Shore and can order online; some of their various varietals are Everyday, Half Speed (half decaf), Nor’easter, Heritage, and Sunrise.

Read even more about Speedwell as well as another local brewer in Brews Brothers.

So far this week, I have stumbled upon Speedwell coffee at Mae’s in Marshfield and Hearth Artisan Bread in Plymouth! Have you encountered Speedwell coffee recently? Remember, by supporting these businesses that partner with Speedwell, you are supporting local!

Speedwell Coffee
208 S. Meadow Road, Plymouth, MA 02360
(508) 503-1699

Brendan Martin Coyne co-founder of Foodies South Shore blog, is an avid gardener, fisherman, cook, woodcarver, writer, and beachgoer. He is looking forward to cool, crisp fall mornings, homemade apple pie, corn mazes, and picking fresh local pumpkins with his family.