Passenger Coffee Rosterei Berlin
Dear passenger customers
>>>>>> Opening Hours; flat curves and Don’t Panic Delivery Service<<<<<<
As of the 19.03.20 the following opening hours in the roastery at Elsenstraße are applicable: 10.00 – 16.00
We are supporting the flatten the curve strategy with the following measures:
Our coffee will be served in To-Go cups
Customers must enter the café one at a time.
Loud and offensive music is played to prevent any desire for a long stay.
Your home supply of coffee will be guaranteed via the Don’t Panic delivery service:
The special Don’t Panic delivery service offers you, in the time of corvid19 the possibility to order coffee beans to your door.
Send your order – including: bean/ground, brew method, amount, product – as well as the delivery address to email@example.com
Free delivery from 2kg upwards inside the Berlin S-Bahn ring.
For amounts below that and anyone outside the delivery area 5€ shipment costs.
It is still possible to buy beans in the Elsenstraße and Oppelner Straße at passenger espresso.
Stay clean, healthy and mind the gap
We’re coffee people. We roast coffee that we want to drink. We’re passionate about making the best cup of coffee possible, and helping you make it too. That’s us. That’s what we do.
We are about quality and consistency
- We develop blends
- Roast fresh
- Deliver weekly
- Keep an eye on your stock
- Train staff
- and work with reliable technicians to restore and repair machines
is the signature blend of passenger coffee, a smooth, round, full bodied blend of 100% Arabica coffees from South/Central America and Asia.
For consistency we use a Loring Hot-Air Roaster that locks in the rich, complex flavours of our beans and results in a clean, rich cup of coffee.
passenger espresso was established in 2004 by two guys with an old Gaggia D90 in the back of a VW bus. Coffee was sold at Boxhagener Platz market in Berlin and at various music festivals around Germany for years. In 2009, the espresso machine graduated to the back of a Piaggio Ape. In 2010, the espresso machine moved into passenger’s first premises on Oppelner Street in Kreuzberg, Berlin. In 2015, passenger espresso expanded to become passenger coffee with the opening of a roastery and coffee shop in Alt Treptow, Berlin.