OUR MISSION: We exist to provide our community with exceptional coffee experiences.
Established in East Vancouver in late 2014, Pallet was born from a vision to make great specialty coffee accessible to all members of our community. We pride ourselves on being a locally owned and community-minded coffee company, and stand above the rest with our unwavering dedication to providing our community with an excellent product and love for specialty coffee.
From humble beginnings in a 4,000-square-foot space, previously home to a seafood packager, our very first multi purpose roasting and retail space at Pallet Semlin was created.
With a goal to showcase a variety of coffees from talented producers around the world, our dedication to demonstrating quality, traceability and transparency within specialty coffee began.
Over the next 5 years, Pallet steadily grew into the household name it is today, now with 7 locations spanning across Metro Vancouver. Today, Pallet is a full service Roastery, cafe and restaurant operator, training provider and Wholesale partner to a number of businesses across Canada.
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At Pallet, our coffee is focused on quality.
We believe that much of this begins at the ground level; our coffee is a direct link to the relationships we have fostered with farmers and producers, who now have become like family to us. Through ongoing collaborations with these amazing people, we hope to continually build sustainable long term relationships and showcase the passion, hard work and dedication of the farmers, families and communities behind each cup that we serve to our customers daily.
We source in-season coffee beans from exceptional producers around the world to ensure every cup is perfect. Before we introduce a new coffee to our menu, it must pass multiple rigorous cupping and tasting sessions in order to qualify against our stringent standards.
Our delicate roasting process centres on the bean itself, taking into consideration its origin, varietal, and processing style: in this way we are able to unlock the bean’s naturally unique characteristics. The result is a presentation of authentic flavours, rather than flavours imparted by the roasting process.