Triumph Coffee Opens in Vernon, The Valley's Missing Culinary Link

Lucky you, Vernon. Triumph Coffee is the coffee love child of partners Matt and Robin Hewitt and Andrew and Sarah McWilliam.  They have created a real mecca for coffee lovers in the valley, serving artisanal roasted coffees for the real connoisseur, as well as selling the equipment needed for an excellent home brew. 

The experience doesn't stop at exceptional coffee though… it runs straight through the well appointed casually stylish and airy space pulled together deliciously by Caste Projects and goes right in to the heart of the kitchen where Chef Anni Lawrence is sourcing local products for a full menu to launch over the next month or so. 

Triumph Coffee really is one of the missing links. I'm joyous to say they've successfully filled the artisanal coffee gap in a culinary culture well on its way with food and wine in our Okanagan Valley. We will be taking many Sunday drives up to Vernon for what this team has on offer.  You will too, once you've had the experience that is Triumph Coffee. 

Located on the main street in downtown Vernon, in the food hub of town, 3401 A 30th Ave., Vernon, BC

Open Mon - Fri from 7 am to 5 pm, Sat from 8 am to 4 pm

Photo story below:) 

By Tarynn Liv Parker


the knowing look of success shared between the team - left to right Chef Anni Lawrence, Partner Robin Hewitt, Partner Andrew McWilliam

can you find the T? The creatively simple woodwork at Triumph makes the room, and the logo :)

Smokin' Anna - the name doesn't lie - this bundt cake was extraordinary, streaked with cinnamon, moist and perfect with my coffee

this is a delightful experience, from the perfect macchiato to the luscious cake on vintage plates with vintage flatware

the island's best Bows and Arrows and Vancouver's best Elysian Coffee are available to take home, bless their hearts


products like these Hario hand grinders and fine filters will up your home coffee game 10 fold

hallelujah, they are so bike friendly the bikes are inside :)

catch up on your social media monitoring or read The Field Guide

sit at a communal table and make a friend

… or invite your whole office in for a catered lunch meeting

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