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Guest Roaster: Coava Coffee Roasters

" coava noun / ko­vuh /
a: unroasted, or "green" coffee;
b: northwest coffee roaster notoriously fueled by good folks and Led Zeppelin"

We are excited to have partnered up with our friends at Coava Coffee Roasters, based in Portland, OR! All three of our cafes are now featuring Cova's Familia Mancia, a single-origin bean from Honduras, as an option for all of our espresso-based beverages.

"We’ve been working directly with David Mancia since 2008. It is our great honor to release this new coffee which has been produced by David’s children. We source coffee through a model of long term relationships and this coffee is a testament to the success of that model. We're delighted to see the Mancia family carry on the family tradition of coffee excellence. We know you'll love this special offering as much as we do.

We’re tasting amaretto, bright cherry sweetness, & vanilla wafer from the Mancia Familia."

Our Fresh-Squeezed Juice Menu is Now 100% Organic!

That's right! Based off of your feedback, we've made the decision begin sourcing only the cleanest, ethically-sourced organic produce for our selection of fresh-squeezed juices. Starting Friday, March 23rd, swing by any of our three locations and find out just how great it can feel to sip on Soma's own approach to spring cleaning. 100% organic, 100% of the time - our promise to you.

2018 Spotlight: Hoosier Hills Food Bank

As an independent and local business, Soma Coffeehouse and Juice Bar is committed to taking an active role in giving back to the community. Throughout the year, we select a non-profit organization within the Bloomington region for our spotlight program. In addition to providing a donation to the organization, we make an effort to raise awareness for the cause through advertising both within our shops and on social media.

We are proud to have partnered up with our sister restaurant The Village Deli for a food drive benefiting the Hoosier Hills Food Bank.

Hoosier Hills Food Bank is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides over three million pounds of food annually to over 100 other non-profits serving people with low incomes and personal challenges, children and seniors. HHFB member agencies serve an estimated 7,500 people each week and 25,800 individuals annually. They distribute food in eight Indiana counties including our six county Feeding America service area which covers Brown, Lawrence, Orange, Owen, Martin, and Monroe counties. They also distribute federal commodities in Crawford County. A small staff and hundreds of volunteers and food and financial donors have distributed over 55 million pounds of food since 1982.

Call to Artists

We are interested in displaying art in our shops. Are you interested in displaying in our shops? Drop us a line at and we can chat about it.

Have a Tea Party!

You've been asking for it, and finally we've got it: bulk loose-leaf tea! All 32 types of our tea are now available in quarter and half pound bags! Truly, a perfect holiday gift for the tea lover in your family!