Certified Green Coffee Roaster/Cafe in the Heart of Wine Country.
Annual Gross Revenue: $200,458
Annual Net Cash Flow: $28,657
Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment: $30,000 (included in price)
Inventory: $2,000 (included in price)
This easy-to-operate business is in a great location in an upscale Wine Country community. This gourmet roaster has wholesale accounts with grocery stores, wineries and can private label for small to mid-size customers. In addition, it operates a coffee shop/cafe to serve local consumers as well as the many tourists who flock to the area.
For someone with a passion for high quality coffee, superior customer service and a commitment to social and environmental consciousness, this can be an owner/operator's dream business. This artsy roaster/cafe has been in business for over 11 years and gets outstanding reviews.
* 4.6 out of 5 stars Facebook
* 4.5 out of 5 TripAdvisor
* 4.4 out of 5 Google
* 4 out of 5 Yelp
This is a truly turn-key business with experienced staff in place. Its coffee beans are certified green, environmentally sustainable, organic and come from farms that are fair-trade, bird friendly and meet the strict requirements of the Rain Forest Alliance. This shop has been published in Roast & Bohemian magazines. The owner is absentee in the day-to-day running of the shop. His focus is the roasting of the beans.
The gourmet beans are roasted in small batches, producing a fresh and flavorful roast.
Everything needed to deliver exceptional service and high quality gourmet coffee, specialty drinks, fresh juices, pastries in a relaxed environment is in place and operating successfully.
Location: San Francisco Bay Area Wine Country
Facilities: This is a leased location of 500 sq. ft. (approx.). It is situated in one of the best locations at street level and gets lots of foot traffic.
Competition: As far as fresh roasted, organic products there is little competition. Its commitment to superior quality, organically farmed coffee beans, environmental sensitivity, fresh artisan micro-roasting, and local arts sets it apart from competitors.
Growth and Expansion: The owner has set up the roaster/cafe to run really well on its own. There are many opportunities for growth. A new owner can focus on growing wholesale accounts and, in the shop, adding wine and beer, expanding food options and improving web social media presence to help recover from the wild fires as robust growth in tourism resumes in this popular area.
Support/Training: The seller will provide necessary training and help a new owner successfully transition into this business.
Reason for Sale: Pursue other opportunities
Year Established: 2008
Employees: 5 part-time associates
Financing: The seller may provide some financing for a well-qualified buyer with a substantial down payment.