A large Mocha Shake offsets the summer heat and helps pace summer projects

Something for Everyone

Sunergos has an abundance of options that would satisfy an avid coffee drinker, a sweet tooth, and your dog (free dog biscuits). You can even subscribe to get coffee delivered where and how ever often you like.

Come out July 21, 2-4 PM at the Woodlawn location for a talk on the origins!

This Louisville company is helping to generate a change of dialogue in Louisville about the importance of small holder producers and equitable coffee. Do you want to learn more about where coffee comes from and how to support the little guys?

Coffee Classes

“Get the most out of your coffee.” Brewing and tasting classes are available.

Be sure to consider Sunergos for a variety of teaching experiences. Whether you are sipping the surface in specialty coffee, are starting a coffee business, or are a seasoned professional, Sunergos has value for everyone. Personally, I can’t wait to take advantage of their learning opportunities!

It’s Off to Work We Go

Does the summer heat have you stuck? Do you need to change up your routine? Make a stop at Sunergos Coffee Company at one of their four Louisville locations.

2122 South Preston St
Monday – Saturday 6:30am – 9pm
Sunday 7am – 8pm

306 West Woodlawn Ave
Monday – Friday 6:30am – 9pm
Saturday 7:30am- 9pm
Sunday 7:30am – 8pm

231 South 5th St
Monday-Friday 6:30am – 5pm

647 Norris Place
Monday – Friday 6:30am–9pm
Saturday 7:30am- 9pm
Sunday 7:30am – 8pm

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Parker is an international student, coffee enthusiast and media professional with a background in event marketing, intercultural communication and creative strategy. He enjoys traveling, making videos, and engaging in high-visibility projects. A Louisville native, Parker aims to promote organic and fair or direct trade coffee through coffee houses and roasters in Louisville and abroad. Understanding the intricacies and difficulties involved with the coffee trade, as Dark Roast Joe, Parker wants to change the dialogue around coffee and increase the demand for ethical coffee supply chains in Louisville while creating business opportunities with an emphasis on multiculturalism and multilingualism.