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A Big-Deal Portland Coffee Purveyor Will Pop Up in Dallas

Score free cups of joe from the much-lauded Proud Mary Coffee on Thursday

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Portland’s lauded Proud Mary Coffee will pop up in Dallas later this week.
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A wildly popular Aussie-style coffee company based in Portland will host a one-day-only pop-up in Dallas later this week.

Proud Mary Coffee will serve its lauded roasts in partnership with Wayward Coffee Co in Bishop Arts on Thursday, August 12. The pop-up will include free cups of Ghost Rider, a complex and award-winning bean blend roasted daily in Portland.

Proud Mary, which is known for working directly with farmers, first got its start in the coffee-rich city of Melbourne, Australia, 2009. In 2017, it opened its first location in the United States, in Portland.

Since then, the cafe and roastery has become known for its “mild, curious, and wild” blends, as well as having one of the best brunches in Portland. The company also offers mail-order coffee subscriptions. Part of what makes Proud Mary unique is the freshness of the beans, which are roasted every weekday and mailed out on the same day. Some coffee lovers have been known to pay upwards of $35 for just 100 grams of the company’s limited edition and award-winning beans.

According to the pop-up announcement, Proud Mary will likely be bringing some of its wilder roasts for sampling at Wayward Coffee, from 10 a.m. to noon.

“(We) will be brewing some very special coffee for anyone who wants to get wild and taste the rainbow,” the post reads.

The full hours for the pop-up are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on August 12.

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