Denise Neil

June 12, 2014 4:38 PM

Reverie Coffee Roasters celebrates first year of business

When Andrew Gough opened Reverie Coffee Roasters a year ago, he had an idea of what he wanted the shop to be: a mostly wholesale coffee roasting business where coffee aficionados also could have retail access to high-quality beans roasted on site.

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