PERC’s Electric New Look
Savannahians' favorite caffeine fix, PERC Coffee, continues to expand its horizons by taking on a vibrant look that coincides with its bright future.
Many of us in the Lowcountry are familiar with the rocket fuel that is PERC coffee; however, their new look might be a bit less familiar. Check out PERC’s electric new packaging and look for these vibrant new bags of turbo-charged goodness on shelves near and a little farther away at their new Atlanta location.
Savannah-based PERC Coffee Roasters is bringing a breath of fresh air to their coffees with a newly designed bag. After a long year of research and development, they have landed on a more streamlined design that will showcase the vibrancy of each of their coffees.
“This past year has been a pretty big one for PERC”, says Philip Brown, owner of PERC Coffee.
“Not only is it our 10th year of roasting and providing specialty coffee to our Savannah community and Southeast accounts, we also opened our first shop in the East Lake neighborhood of Atlanta! As we continue to grow, we are focusing on sourcing more Organic and Fair Trade coffees and we wanted a fresh, clean look that would serve to showcase and celebrate each coffee that we bring in.
Once again, PERC Coffee is working with designer and long-time collaborator Kay Wolfersperger and House of Kindling to bring this redesign to life. The bags focus on a very clean design with the front showcasing vibrant colors which coordinate with different growing regions while the back features the name of the specific coffee and PERC Coffee’s mission statement and website.
PERC Coffee began roasting and providing craft coffee to the heart of Savannah in 2010 and have since grown to provide excellent coffee and customer service to many coffee shops and grocery stores, including all of the Whole Foods Markets in the Southeast region. As PERC Coffee continues to grow, they are dedicated to community, quality, and a drive to constantly improve.
For more information, please visit: www.perccoffee.com or if you’re local, stop by 1805 East Broad Street, Savannah, GA.