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Superbloom Coffee

BENEFITING THE DESERT

We roast coffee to benefit the desert and all its inhabitants. As a Benefit LLC, we consider our impacts on people and the planet—not just profit.

Our focus on giving back to the community and the land extends to every aspect of our business, from purchasing coffee that can be traced back to the farmers, to implementing a zero waste coffee bag recycling program, to supporting conservation efforts to protect the desert tortoise.

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Can Be Found Here:

  • Modern Farm and Artisan Co-Op – St. George, Utah
  • St. George Running Center – St. George, Utah

Reviews:

This coffee has ruined me for regular store-bought brands!! I love the complex flavors and how fresh it is. Six months ago I signed up for the subscription, and I look forward each Tuesday to getting my fresh bag of Trail Steward! Can not recommend enough. I also love how this company supports local conservation efforts. – Elinor Priest, Google Review

I bought the coffee subscription from Superbloom and I have absolutely loved it! I’m getting very spoiled by this delicious and fresh roasted coffee, I taste the difference when I buy store bought beans now. I’m also inspired by this couple who are running a local business together and it feels good to buy from them, knowing they are making conscious choices to lessen the waste when possible, like recycling their coffee bags for us. I highly recommend!! I have used their coffee as gifts last year for the holidays and now my family is asking for more whenever I come to visit. This roaster is the real deal.” – Breanna Holland, Google Review

Santa Clara, Utah

  • Santa Clara, Utah 84765
  • 435-233-6087

Holly & Spenser
Co-Founders

We are a wife and husband team in Southern Utah. We are coffee lovers, trail runners, hikers, bikers, and volunteer land stewards. We love the desert and all outdoor places.

Our business idea started as a seed planted years ago – a way to combine Holly’s problem-solving ability and business savvy with Spenser’s experience in specialty coffee. The idea grew as our partnership blossomed into a marriage and we moved to Utah to start a simpler life closer to nature. One spring, while camping together in the Hurricane cliffs, drinking coffee, and overlooking the desert, the name, Superbloom, pulled at us like pollinating bees to a flower. We thought about the beauty of desert flowers – ephemeral reminders to slow down, use our resources intentionally, and have gratitude for the present – and knew that we wanted this symbol to guide our business.