Recently, Vancouver photo-blogger Rick Chung dropped in. Throughout a busy weekend, 2 days in a row, and very low-key, he shot a number of slick photos of us and the space to accompany some very nice words. Read the full write up here on YVArcade.
Attending the first edition of Hopwired in Vancouver, we were honoured to work with local brewers to create 3 limited run coffee-centric beers. Four Winds & Modus Coffee: Ca Phe Coffee Porter with Condensed Milk – 9.3% alc. / vol. Done Vietnamese-style, ice distilled porter blended with condensed milk and 10% cold brewed coffee […] Read more
In support of local artists and our own love for the art of photography and photo-documentation we’ve stocked up on Vancouvers very own Pushpull ‘zine. “A celebration of the featured artists’ interpretation of the modern lifestyle.” hYPHEN collective is a platform for multi-disciplinary artists to freely express and share ideologies, aesthetic philosophies and artistic point […] Read more
We were honoured by what the Vancouver Coffee Snob had to say about our shop. Although not a professional, the VCS definitely knows what he likes, and we’re glad he likes us. Read the full review here.
We’ll be running casual coffee tastings every Sunday and Wednesday at 12pm. No sign up or RSVP needed, each day we’ll have either one of our own coffees brewed up, or coffee from friends, including samples of coffee that we may be bringing on our seasonal roster.
Although our shop’s been open for less than a few weeks, we’ve been roasting for much longer so there’s no better time. We’ll be celebrating on January the 26th at 112 w broadway. Some solid local talent and friends will be in the house, good music, some ink, a new coffee release, along with drinks. Roll […] Read more
The Vancouver coffee landscape can be sparse but real centralized, which is why it took us way longer than we wanted, but it was definitely worth the wait.
Here is part one of our photo-journal from our visit to Tokyo.
‘Green’ is essentially coffee before it’s roasted, also coined ‘green coffee’ for obvious reasons.
The Latif is the second coffee in the coffee line. The approach to Modus is to make specialty coffee accessible, and the way we do this is classifying each single origin coffee into a coffee line.