In 2012, a whimsical design known as The Trailer Perk, hit the streets of Nashville and made it's brewed awakening, serving up fresh delicious curbside coffee creations. Amy Croger, a proud Kentucky native and founder/owner of The Trailer Perk, rolled the streets of Nashville for 6 years in her mobile coffee trailer, before planting roots inside the Nashville Farmers' Market, where Farm City Coffee now cultivates great coffee, community, and kindness.
FROM THE GROUNDS UP
FARM TO FRAPPE
Farm City Coffee makes positive contributions locally and globally, keeping the quality of their ingredients high and carbon footprint small. They source only the finest organic, fair trade, locally roasted coffees, and fresh local farm milk! With small town sensibilities and farm to cup ethics, Farm City Coffee proudly works along side local Nashville farm partners such as: Hatcher Dairy Farm, Osa Coffee Roasters, Bongo Java Coffee Roasters, Frothy Monkey Coffee Roasters and Bakery, Hancock Farms, Walker Brothers Kombucha, Nicky's Coal Fired Bagels, and Tennessee Artisan Honey. Farm City Coffee invests in the community, and the community reinvests back into Farm City. Nice matters, and so does quality! At Farm City they handcraft 85% of their signature flavors in-house. Try the Dulce de Leche Frappe next time you're there!
WHAT'S BREWING NOW
Farm City Coffee, which is about to turn 4 in May, stands as a thriving gourmet coffee bar inside the historic Nashville Farmers' Market. Given the last few years, that birthday is a huge accomplishment. The Covid-19 Pandemic did not swallow Farm City Coffee up, but rather pushed them to adapt and to become a better business for their community. As the Nashville community continues to support and carry them through, Farm City Coffee continues to grow, and has lots of great things on the horizon.
Stay calm Nashville, more coffee is brewing!