With a high standard for customer service, a passion for education, and a heart for the displaced, Mad Priest Coffee Roasters seeks to meet the growing demand for high-quality craft coffee while employing refugees resettled in and around Chattanooga, Tennessee.
In the incredible novel The Count of Monte Cristo, Edmond Dantès was ready to give up and die in prison. Just then, the "Mad Priest" came on the scene and gave him a reason to hope again along with the practical skills he needed to win at life. So the Mad Priest is a fictional character that embodies the fight for justice, freedom, and opportunity. And as a company, we are striving to do just that. But instead of wrongly-accused fictional frenchmen, we champion real-life people displaced by war, disaster, and tragedy.
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WAS A SUCCESS! AND WE NEED TO SAY A HUGE THANKS TO ALL YOU AWESOME FOLKS WHO MADE IT POSSIBLE. CHECK OUR PAGE FOR UPDATES AND PROGRESS AS WE GET OUR BIG ROASTER!
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