Meet Daniel & Cat Moretz – owners of a coffee shop in Jupiter Florida: i Need Coffee t’s small. Unassuming. They opened about a year ago… in the middle of a pandemic.
On occasion, when we remember, when we’re not terribly exhausted, and when presented the opportunity, we enjoy interviewing the Rooster’s metal artists to learn more about their lives, inspirations, dreams for their city, selves. We learn many things during short on the cuff conversations — including that employment options for Haitians are dismal. Haitians tend to “choose” jobs around a couple of things: where they live and anything that brings in money. Even those who attend higher education (not many), may resort to metal art … Read More
In late spring, early summer, Singing Rooster imports tons of Haitian cacao. Like our work with coffee farmers, we’re opening markets on behalf of small producers — creating inroads to long-lasting economy building in rural Haiti. In that vein, we want chocolate makers big and small to know this bean and roast it well. Roasting cacao from Haiti (or elsewhere) is an artful science, and Singing Rooster’s advice is to help get you going in the right direction. Having roasted coffee for years, we know … Read More
Singing Rooster’s Creamy Dark Haitian Chocolate Bar Line 78% Dark, luscious chocolate bars, MANY choices, ONE really important reason: Haiti’s cacao farmers win. (Note: we ship chocolate when the weather cooperates / when it’s cool). Chokola Ayisyen never tasted so good. Farm-to-table Haitian chocolate bars empowers small producers. Eat dark chocolate from Haiti and build better businesses. #singingrooster #fairtrade Peppermint Chocolate In the fall, we offer a seasonal Peppermint Chocolate bar — so popular we know we’ll run out. Toffee Chocolate Bar For the holidays, … Read More
We have a long tradition at Singing Rooster of celebrating holidays by presenting interesting and perhaps unknown facts about special days. Holy Week is celebrated by many but not all Christians. It’s the week before Easter and includes Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday. Easter is the most important celebration for most Christians. Easter comes from the Anglo-Saxon, Eostre, the name of the goddess of spring and commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Maundy Thursday is the day before Good Friday, the … Read More