LeClair Organics Saskatoon coffee is a locally founded company and available to buy across Saskatchewan in an ever expanding list with local café, restaurant, hotel, bar and retail partners. Founder Jeremy LeClair, was born in Regina Saskatchewan and currently home base is Saskatoon.
Our coffees are also available to order online to your door across Saskatoon and and surrounding Saskatchewan cities including Regina, Moose Jaw, Warman, Martinsville, Prince Albert, Yorkton, Weyburn, Estevan, Swift Current, Melville and North Battleford.
We are known for our specialty coffee favourites such as the Liberica Coffee, Cascara Tea, Coffee Berry Tea. As well to set us apart from any other coffee company, we are the only ones to offer the worlds rarest coffee Racemosa Coffee. There are many coffee products available on the market however we are the first to offer Liberica Coffee beans to Saskatoon. This makes us quite distinct amongst other Saskatoon coffee roasters. As a unique species, liberica coffee has a distinctive taste from common arabica coffee or robusta coffee. Our Cascara Tea is a popular choice across Saskatchewan. It’s the vibrant red berry removed from the coffee bean before being roasted. This dried “coffee berry” tea has flavour notes of honey, raisin, cherry and is great made as a cascara latte. Keep in touch as we will be rotating in new specialty coffee & specialty tea products including varieties of Arabica Coffee, Robusta Coffee, Excelsa coffee or others.
LeClair Organics places exceptionally high standards in our ethical coffee sourcing. We prefer to know our coffee estates closely and think of them as our partners. Moving forward we intend to provide detailed choices towards sustainable and compostable coffee packaging options. We aim to be the most environmentally friendly coffee option across Saskatchewan.
If you love the local Saskatchewan distilleries luckily there are many ways to incorporate these with our Saskatoon Coffee. You’ve got to try our specialty coffees with your favourite coffee cocktails using Saskatchewan distilled spirits. Perhaps a good start is an espresso martini!