The Amazing Team of Covered BridgeCoffee Roasters & Loose Leaf Tea
Holly Kirk- Coffee Tour Specialist and Sales Representative
Meg "Lefty Lead Foot"- Delivery Driver
Larry Murphy - Co-Founder
Covered Bridge, a local, family owned and operated Bucks County company, is proud to bring you uniquely roasted coffee inspired by Bucks County’s history. Pennsylvania, which has the most historic covered bridges today of any state, built the first covered bridge in the America on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia. These beautifully crafted bridges served as inspiration for our roasting company; we want you to taste the craft and artistry behind our distinctive and unconventional coffee. At Covered Bridge, we strive to make our coffee as special and simple as the covered bridges that covered Pennsylvania’s landscape in our past and cover our county still.
American’s covered bridges harken back to a simpler past, where time moved slower and life was less complicated. Here at Covered Bridge, we apply that philosophy to our coffee-- we make coffee so full bodied and flavorful that any person will pause to enjoy life at a slower pace. Our inspiration from the historic covered bridges in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, is infused into every roast and every bag so that you can taste the same kind of craftsmanship and artistry that went into building America’s covered bridges.
Covered bridges like the Knecht’s and Sheard’s Mill Covered Bridge in Bucks County show the ingenuity, craftsmanship, and strength of the American people in the 1800's. At Covered Bridge Coffee, we have taken these same qualities and used them to roast distinctive and exceptional coffee. Our coffee is just as unique as the covered bridges that still stand in Pennsylvania, a state which is known for having both the first covered bridge as well as the most covered bridges in the country. The local and rich history in Bucks County has served to inspire some of our most popular and flavorful roasts. We hope you enjoy the coffee as much as we enjoy roasting and as much as engineers in the past enjoyed building.