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Cycle Coffee & Tea
coffee and tea that warms your soul

Our Story

We are a locally owned small business that focuses on bringing awareness to the specialty coffee and tea community. Coffee and tea offer a window into other cultures, the way they live today and the traditions that have accumulated over generations. 

Namely, we are an online retailer focusing on subscription services - whole bean coffee, cold brew, and loose leaf tea. However, we are always searching for opportunities to get out into the community. So please don't hesitate to reach out to us.


Our Mission

Our community means everything to us. From the people who supported us in getting here, to the people who choose to drink our coffee and tea. With that, we do everything we can to give back.

Our commitments to you are: 100% customer happiness and 10% of all sales and ALL donations go to youth programs. What does that look like?

Firstly, we aim to provide the highest quality coffee and tea offerings. Above that, if anything isn't to your liking please don't hesitate to contact us. Feedback is how we grow, and in the event something is wrong we want to make it right for you.

Feeling lucky share our passion of coffee and tea with you, it is an honor to be able to give back to our community. Having grown up in Buffalo, NY, it's important that we invest in our future so generations to come can keep it going strong. This is why we've committed to donating 10% (previously known as tips) of all sales and any donations received to youth programs.

Youth are the most important part of our future. As the world continues to move more quickly each year, youth often get lost in the chaos and sea of endless opportunities. Each quarter, we choose a youth organization close to our heart making an impact. Each organization will be featured on our website and social media throughout the quarter. This will also connect these organizations with our community.


coffee & Tea THAT warmS your soul


10% of all sales and ALL donations (previously known as tips) go to youth programs.