Fort Collins, CO Specialty Coffee Roaster Launches Free Delivery Service

Wander Coffee, a specialty coffee roasting company based in Fort Collins, CO, now offers a free coffee delivery service to select areas of Northern Colorado and Wyoming. Wander Coffee roast master and owner Kyle Kmetz hopes this new option will allow more customers in the region to access specialty grade coffee in an affordable and convenient way. Customers can place local delivery orders through Wander Coffee's online store at

Fort Collins, CO, May 19, 2017 --( Wander Coffee, a specialty coffee roasting company based in Fort Collins, is now offering free local delivery to customers throughout Northern Colorado and Wyoming. The company, opened in late 2016 by husband-wife team Kyle and Megan Kmetz, hopes this change will help make high-grade coffees accessible to more customers in the region.

“There can be a stigma with specialty coffee that it’s like a private club,” says Kyle Kmetz. “We’re always looking for ways to flip that idea by making our beans available, affordable, and approachable to everyone in the community. Offering free local delivery allows us another channel to do that.”

Wander Coffee’s product offerings include single origin specialty coffees, exclusive handcrafted blends, and nitrogen infused cold brew. All of the company’s beans are small batch roasted on eco-friendly equipment and packaged with biodegradable materials.

“We’re committed to quality and sustainability at every turn,” says Kmetz. “We hold ourselves to the highest standards, because we think it’s what our customers deserve.”

Those wishing to order coffee for free delivery can do so through Wander Coffee’s online store. Products are also available at a variety of local businesses including The Cupboard, FoCo Cafe, Fort Collins Food Co-Op, Beavers Market, Cranford Cove Tea Tavern, and the Drake Road Farmers Market. For more information, please visit

About Wander Coffee: Wander Coffee is a specialty coffee roasting company based in Fort Collins, CO. Opened in 2016 by husband-wife team Kyle and Megan Kmetz, the company sells both retail and wholesale specialty coffees sustainably roasted in batches of twenty pounds or less. The young company regularly donates coffee to charitable community groups and events, including the Food Bank for Larimer County and World Autism Awareness Day.
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