Along Canada’s Atlantic coast, amidst the quiet Prince Edward Island offseason, new sounds are clamoring and smells wafting from the Creamery Boardwalk on the North River bridge, where Receiver Coffee Company has just relocated its roastery.
Production roasting for the small five-year-old company had previously occurred inside its downtown Charlottetown coffeehouse. At the new roastery, baking and roasting are occurring within 2,300 square feet of space on the boardwalk, adding another vital culinary attraction to the scenic stretch that already includes pizzeria Piatto Pronto and the Prince Edward Island Brewing Company.
Receiver is also welcoming customers into the new location with a 600-square-foot retail bar, adding to the island’s nascent specialty coffee scene.
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