Compass Coffee introduces ground coffee for purchase in cafés, online and in grocery stores.

Monday, January 4th 2021


WASHINGTON, District of Columbia (January 4, 2021) - Compass Coffee has announced it is introducing pre-ground versions of its most popular coffee blendsCardinal, Waypoint and Emblem Espressofor sale in their cafes, on their website, and in grocery stores throughout the DMV.

“Meeting people where they are is an important part of what we do,” says VP of Corporate Development, Kuran Malhotra. “Not everybody who wants to drink Real Good Coffee at home has a grinder. And, of course, not everyone who drinks coffee at home brews it the same way. As always, the customer experience is front and center."

This move comes on the heels of a large shift into the general consumer space following the release of these same blends in single-serve formats.

"Ground coffee and single serve are just the beginning," continues Malhotra. "We're always testing new avenues of research and development, of ways to meet our customer where they are and provide the highest quality products in a variety of spaces."

Compass Coffee is known for a willingness to go above and beyond to meet its customers' needs. In response to the PPE shortage brought on by COVID-19 pandemic, the DC-based coffee roaster converted all of the equipment used to produce its house made Simple™ Syrups to produce hand sanitizer, Simple™ Sanitizer, for its normal customers as well as for the local, district, and federal governments.

For more information on Compass Coffee’s Ground Coffee offerings, check here. 

Update: Following Compass Coffee’s new partnership with Rainforest Distribution, the new ground coffee will be available at groceries stores throughout the North East and Mid-Atlantic regions.

WASHINGTON: Compass Coffee has announced it is introducing pre-ground versions of its most popular coffee blendsCardinal, Waypoint and Emblem Espressofor sale in their cafes, on their website, and in grocery stores throughout the DMV.

“Meeting people where they are is an important part of what we do,” says VP of Corporate Development, Kuran Malhotra. “Not everybody who wants to drink Real Good Coffee at home has a grinder. And, of course, not everyone who drinks coffee at home brews it the same way. As always, the customer experience is front and center.”

This move comes on the heels of a large shift into the general consumer space following the release of these same blends in single-serve formats.

For more information on Compass Coffee’s Ground Coffee offerings, check here.

Update: Following Compass Coffee’s new partnership with Rainforest Distribution, the new ground coffee will be available at groceries stores throughout the North East and Mid-Atlantic regions.


About Compass Coffee

Compass Coffee is a Washington, DC-based Coffee Roaster. Founded in 2014 by two Marines, Michael Haft and Harrison Suarez, Compass has 12 brick and mortar locations around the Washington Metro Area, one active roasting facility in DC's historic Shaw neighborhood, and a growing regional grocery presence. You can find Compass Coffee at many popular DC restaurants, in corporate break rooms, and in government facilities.Currently, Compass is building a state-of-the-art production facility in Ivy City to support its expansion through the entire Mid-Atlantic region of the United States and beyond.

Compass Coffee is a Washington, DC-based Coffee Roaster. Founded in 2014 by two Marines, Michael Haft and Harrison Suarez, Compass has 12 brick and mortar locations around the Washington Metro Area, one active roasting facility in DC's historic Shaw neighborhood, and a growing regional grocery presence. You can find Compass Coffee at many popular DC restaurants, in corporate break rooms, and in government facilities.Currently, Compass is building a state-of-the-art production facility in Ivy City to support its expansion through the entire Mid-Atlantic region of the United States and beyond.