Beachwood holds a lot of meaning for the founders of Canyon Coffee. The name comes from Beachwood Canyon in Los Angeles, the canyon where they—Ally and Casey—met back in 2013. A place known for its vibrant energy and the creative people it attracts, Beachwood was a place of great growth for them both. Nestled above the noise of the city, it was a place where they felt grounded, inspired, and where great relationships thrived.
It's out of these sentiments—relationships, creativity, and inspiration—that they developed the idea for Beachwood Coffee. Beachwood is the name on the bag, but inside are coffees to which they hold a special connection. Their goal is for Beachwood to be a showcase for fresh, seasonal coffees that they can talk about through story.
In terms of flavor, Beachwood will always champion the style of cup they sought to create when starting Canyon—smooth, balanced, and caramelly. A coffee that's easy to brew at home and hits the spot, every morning.
And so it's fitting that the very first coffee to fill Beachwood is none other than that produced by the Chochajau Collective of Guatemala—the same farmers whose coffee Canyon started with back in 2016.
Grown in Guatemala at 1600-1800 meters
Roasted in Los Angeles