We are a Kansas City company, located in Midtown/Hyde Park area. We roast lovely coffees, we print on letterpress equipment, we manually brew said lovely coffees for you just off the NW corner of Main St. & Westport Rd.
Open for business 7 A.M. - 1 P.M. Tuesday thru Saturday
Our efforts are spent in roasting & preparing coffees that reflect in some way the beauty that is Charles Bradley. His moves are breathtaking…
We are happy to announce a welcome product on our shelf. Leatherworks Minnesota is an excellent maker of fine leather products. They are a team of folks working out of Lowertown, Saint Paul.
Kent, the bearded man in the photo, has been working leather for over thirty years. In the past few years, the Leatherworks team has been taking their product line focus up a few notches. They are finding some great momentum & community within the maker community.
Initially, we opted to carry only a few of the items they currently offer. Hand-stitched horween wallets, Iron Range key chains & some beautiful classic leather belts can be found at our shop.
Come check out their work, & if you are in the Twin Cities area, look them up. They are a friendly bunch!
P.S. We love our local leather makers here in K.C., but we have to support our family first! Mike Schroeder, or head roaster & Gregory, enjoy the core of the Leatherworks team as the family of their father-in-law.
Have you heard of 1 Million Cups? If not, and you like coffee, people, and ideas, you should check it out. It’s happening most Wednesdays at 9 A.M. at the Kauffman Foundation in KCMO. Each session, two people or companies present a big idea for 6 minutes, and answer questions for 20 minutes. It’s a great venue to get inspired by folks whom are ‘getting after it.’ It’s also a great opportunity to meet engaged people in our city.
Six minutes is not a lot of time to communicate all of that effectively, but I gave it a go. The above link contains the talk in its entirety. The questions that followed were interesting & challenging. Some of them I will give some more thought to, and answer accordingly.
Thanks to all whom checked it out & supported us, and thanks to Nate & crew (& the Kauffman Foundation!), for putting together such a great venue for germinating ideas & community.
The first of the month is quickly approaching. This means, round #2 of the Heirloom Coffee Varietal Project between Hammerpress & Oddly Correct is releasing soon.
Hammerpress does amazing work, and we are excited to be working with them on this project.
Here’s the details in the words of Hammerpress -
"We are working hard finishing up the final touches on the second release of the Hammerpress + Oddly Correct Heirloom Coffee Collaboration. Release #2 will be available for purchase Monday, July 1 at Oddly Correct and Little Freshie. You can also purchase an Heirloom Box Set on our website (currently available for pre-orders!) or here at the shop. Heirloom Coffee Set #2 will include a bag of single-origin bourbon (pronounced burr-bone) coffee beans, a nice letterpress print of featuring the bourbon coffee plant, and an Oddly Correct / Hammerpress mug in a lovely box.
One of our many loves is letterpress printing. It’s a great way to put some soul into every bag of coffee we sell. Curating cupboards with compelling or curious imagery gives us great joy. What’s life without some whimsy?
Coffee’s a good thing, you know? The way it unites people, connects worlds through a liquid shared in a time & place, it’s a good thing.
This weekend should be a good time. There’s a coffee & music event at a great coffee freak equipping center called About the Coffee (3158 Terrace, KCMO) . It will have a “4th bar” Situation, which will include coffee beverages prepared by Oddly Correct (5pm-6pm), Bennetti’s (6pm-7pm) & Parisi (7pm-8pm). Espressos, milk based beverages & affogatos & some cold prep will be on the menu. Music will be performed by coffee people as well. Eddie Delahunt will be among the music sets, as will, Doing What Apes Can’t - a trio of our roaster, Mike Schroeder, and Gregory Kolsto & a nice guy named Jon Terrey. They will go on at 8pm. The event is free.
We will also be presenting at One Million Cups this coming Wednesday. 1MC is a environment of starters & entrepreneurs whom are hungry to connect, inspire & be inspired with other zealous idea people. A presenter will have 6 minutes to communicate ‘their thing,’ then there is about 20 minutes of questions to follow.
We are heading out there to introduce ourselves to that crowd of folks, and give a snapshot of where we have been, why we do what we do, and what’s happening next for Oddly Correct. Come check it out at 9 a.m.(Kauffman Legacy Center - 4801 Rockhill Rd. KCMO) if you are free, or watch it online. http://kansascity.sites.1millioncups.com/#ancSchedule