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Fall in love
with flavor

Long synonymous with culinary greatness and innovation, Wolfgang Puck brings his ingenuity to the world of specialty coffee with the highest quality, hand crafted roasts and blends. Roasted in small batches to ensure freshness, our coffee combines gourmet flavor with superior smoothness. From light to dark, sweet to tangy, we offer brews to match every palate and every preference.

One of life’s simplest pleasures, a great cup of coffee can transform your entire day. With that spirit in mind, we believe that quality should not be sacrificed for cost. Our 100% Arabica coffees are selected from the top tier of coffee growers around the world. While all Arabica coffees are handpicked, there are varying degrees of care taken in this process. Fine estates will harvest beans three or more times, taking only ripe cherries each time. These are the passionate farmers that we work with to supply our specialty beans.

Meet
Wolfgang
He's gone from Austria to the world stage. Today Wolfgang Puck is an award-winning chef, celebrate restaurateur, philanthropist, and Emmy winner. Get to know more about his passion, pursuits, and philosophy.
"If you live by a great cup of coffee, as I do, you’ll love my personal blends, grown naturally and harvested from small estates around the world."
1975
Wolfgang moves to Los Angeles and begins working at Ma Maison
1982
Wolfgang creates his first restaurant, Spago, an instant success and culinary phenomenon
1998
Wolfgang Puck Catering (WPC) formed to bring a new level of innovation and inspiration to special event catering.
2000
His Emmy Award-winning television series, "Wolfgang Puck," debuted on The Food Network.
Proposition 65 Warning

Chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive toxicity, including acrylamide, are present in coffee. Acrylamide is created through the bean roasting process. It is not added to any of our products. Cancer risk is affected by a variety of factors. The FDA has not advised people to stop drinking coffee. For more information regarding the FDA's views, visit www.fda.gov. For more information about acylamide and Proposition 65, please visit this site.