Gloucester: Java Junction?

If the arrival last year of Gloucester 's first two Starbucks stores signified that it was on a minor coffee binge, the county's now on a full-blown caffeinated bender. Full Story
Olivia

Vukovar, Croatia

#1 Feb 17, 2008
How wonderful it is that Mr. Gucanac is combining sales of a consumer product with eco-awareness. Can't wait to try some coffee!
Sylvia

Croatia

#2 Feb 17, 2008
What a great way to help the environment. I am not in the area, but would love to order your coffee on-line. I'll be looking for your website!
Rosie

Eastlake, OH

#3 Feb 17, 2008
Great article about coffee roasting and preservation of the Mobjack Bay. Have tried some of this coffee and can't wait to order some online. Best of Luck!
Rosie

Eastlake, OH

#4 Feb 17, 2008
Great article about coffee roasting and the preservation of the Mobjack Bay. I have had the pleasure of trying this coffe and can't wait to order some online. Best of Luck!
Stephen

Eastlake, OH

#5 Feb 17, 2008
Great article, love the coffee!!
Stephen

Eastlake, OH

#6 Feb 17, 2008
Great article, love the coffee!
mira

Vukovar, Croatia

#7 Feb 17, 2008
i love the sumatra breakfast blend from mobjack bay coffee roasters!!!!! I can't wait for my shipment to arrive so i can start brewing!
John

Gainesville, GA

#8 Feb 18, 2008
Fantastic coffee. I bought some Saturday and can't believe the difference fresh roasting can make. So long Folgers. I also spent an hour watching a roast with four other customers. Very fun.
Too Bad

Gloucester Point, VA

#9 Feb 18, 2008
Where is this place?
John

United States

#11 Feb 20, 2008
Too Bad wrote:
Where is this place?
It's right next to the Chesapeake Marine Training Center going southbound on 17.
John

United States

#12 Feb 20, 2008
Big Corporation Hater wrote:
Starbucks destroys thousands of acres of rain forest every day to grow coffee plantations which are worked by child slave laborers and contribute to global warming, while the workers in their stores are bombarded with toxic second-hand coffee fumes and are dying in record numbers. Meanwile the Starbuck's Corporation and their evil CEO are enjoying record profits on the backs of poor coffee addicts, while the coffee industry covers up the adverse health effects of caffeine. But does George Bush care? Of course not. He's in the pockets of "Big Coffee".
You're hilarious...on a serious note, always support local businesses....it's the only way to fight the big Corps....
GUSHANAS

Houston, TX

#13 Mar 9, 2008
Hey i was curious how i could reach this guy. just kinda interested on his origin of his last name. i have been told that mine as well at some time was Gucanac ( have a document that shows the change from Gucanac to Gushanas), and i know there are not many here.

tg1144@txstate.edu
crab man

Pleasanton, CA

#14 Mar 28, 2008
Yo, Jo knows Joe. Ya know? And save those gounds after brewing, cause the crabs are coming in thick to the smell when I spread it around the pots. I imagina it has to be the smell that draws them, because when I pull 'em up, they do not have coffee cups with them.
Candy

AOL

#15 Jul 5, 2008
Mobjack coffee is the best I have had in years.Mr. Gucanac has coffee from around the world but "ALL ORGANIC"!Roasted to Perfection.When you brew the coffee the whole house smells at fresh brewed coffee.Everybody should try his coffee and nobody will ever buy any other.I know!
Candy

AOL

#16 Jul 5, 2008
Mobjack Coffee is located near the Farm Bureu in Hayes Va.{Gloucester county)
Benathornton

United States

#17 Jul 16, 2008
Most coffee roasters monitor the machinery used to roast the coffee, but this Roaster, as you can tell, monitors the flavor of the coffee they are producing. My daughter calls him Coffee Joe,but his parents know the reason why.
Brew On!
Mohawk Gaelic Iberes

Fredericksburg, VA

#18 Jul 16, 2008
Benathornton wrote:
Most coffee roasters monitor the machinery used to roast the coffee, but this Roaster, as you can tell, monitors the flavor of the coffee they are producing. My daughter calls him Coffee Joe,but his parents know the reason why.
Brew On!
I do love my hourly pick ups, coffee. Ice coffee is wonderful this time of the year.

Give me Liberty and Coffee!!!!
Lawrence

United States

#19 Sep 25, 2008
I tried this coffee while visiting my parents in Williamsburg. So good I ordered more and it just arrived this week. WOW! I've missed it. BTW, love the web site and the cause. Keep roasting!

“Gaelic-Ioudaious "Sookie"”

Since: May 08

Emerald Isle, N.C Topsail

#20 Sep 25, 2008
Lawrence wrote:
I tried this coffee while visiting my parents in Williamsburg. So good I ordered more and it just arrived this week. WOW! I've missed it. BTW, love the web site and the cause. Keep roasting!
Enjoy!!

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