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Chrysalis Coffeehouse


Chrysalis Coffeehouse is the retail wing of Mud River Coffee Roasting, and is located in McMinnville, Oregon. We're rocking a La Marzocco GB5 and three espresso grinders featuring predominantly single origin coffees. We have a full brew bar, offering coffees via Aeropress, pourover, press pot, Clever Dripper, Chemex & other methods. Come try something new!

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Chrysalis Coffeehouse


Chrysalis Coffeehouse is the retail wing of Mud River Coffee Roasting, and is located in McMinnville, Oregon. We're rocking a La Marzocco GB5 and three espresso grinders featuring predominantly single origin coffees. We have a full brew bar, offering coffees via Aeropress, pourover, press pot, Clever Dripper, Chemex & other methods. Come try something new!

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Come & see.


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Come & see.


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We nail this.


We love making coffee.  Let's talk brewing ratios.  One of our practices is to start each brewing method with the same brewing ratios.  That is to say, we use the name number of grams, (yeah... we're weighers), of coffee in proportion to milliliters of finished beverage for each method.

What that means to YOU is that you can come in to Chrysalis to taste.

Not only the differences between coffees from different parts of the world, but also the uniqueness that's brought out of the same coffee made two different ways.

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We nail this.


We love making coffee.  Let's talk brewing ratios.  One of our practices is to start each brewing method with the same brewing ratios.  That is to say, we use the name number of grams, (yeah... we're weighers), of coffee in proportion to milliliters of finished beverage for each method.

What that means to YOU is that you can come in to Chrysalis to taste.

Not only the differences between coffees from different parts of the world, but also the uniqueness that's brought out of the same coffee made two different ways.

Nothing we’re doing here is necessary for the sustenance of human life. We’re not making air or water or even staple foods. We’re making coffee, a treat made from a product grown out of the soil thousands of miles away. That doesn’t make it bad or wrong, but it means it sure-as-shootin’ better be excellent. Otherwise what’s the point? We already have plenty of home-grown mediocrity.
— Nick Walton, Head Roaster, Ass Kicker, Name taker