Loggerhead Sea Turtle Blend was developed to celebrate our passion for sea turtle conservation. This organic, well-crafted blend, created by our founder Lowell Grosse, is a well-balanced and aromatic coffee combining high quality coffee beans from Mexico, Guatemala, and Colombia. Enjoy this medium roast coffee first thing in the morning or as an afternoon pick me up and try it as a pour over coffee, to allow its delicate flavors and aromas to come to life. Its well-balanced body and bright taste are equally as inviting as a drip coffee or using a French press. You decide! If you like our Charleston Organic and Breakfast Blends, this new coffee is custom-made for you.
Our Charleston Coffee Roasters Seaside Blue Ceramic Logo Mugs will hold 16 ounces of your favorite Charleston Coffee Roasters coffee. These bistro-style ceramic mugs have a large easy-to-grip handle and a tapered solid base. Available in a soothing Seaside Blue color with our logo printed on the front and our signature sea turtle coffee bean logo on the back. Ease into the morning with this beautiful mug in hand!
Our Jo the Plush Sea Turtle was inpsired by the rescue story of the real Kemp’s Ridley sea turtle, named Jo.
Why Is Sea Turtle Conservation So Important to Us?
Lowell Grosse founded Charleston Coffee Roasters in 2005. While he was raising his family here in Charleston, he spent many days on our local beaches and visiting the South Carolina Aquarium. Lowell was so passionate about sea turtle conservation, that it inspired our loggerhead “turtle bean” logo and led us to develop a partnership with the South Carolina Aquarium. As the lead sponsor of the Nutritional Care Program at the South Carolina Aquarium, we provide funding for continued animal care to positively impact the lives of the Aquarium’s permanent residents, as well as the treatment and rehabilitation of sick and injured sea turtles in the care of the South Carolina Aquarium Sea Turtle Care Center™. By supporting Charleston Coffee Roasters, you help our business support the efforts of the South Carolina Aquarium.