Philz Coffee CoffeeHouse Company is based in San Francisco, California.
Philz Coffee offers a wide range of coffee drinks and merchandise and also has a Mobile store in San Francisco.
 
They are committed to the future of the coffee industry and the coffee farmers’ communities. Philz guarantees that responsible sourcing is at the heart of all decisions they make.
 
They currently have 66 locations in:
  • San Francisco Bay Area
  • San Diego
  • Los Angeles
  • Washington
  • D.C.
  • Sacramento
  • Maryland
  • Virginia
  • Chicago
  • Arlington
  • Chicago

What Makes Philz Coffee So Great?

Philz Coffee CoffeeHouse Company uses special ingredients such as mint, cardamom, and manufacturing cream with 40% fat content that enhances the flavor.
They are really experts in pour-overs. They can optimize equipment, beans, and staff for a specific type of coffee. In other cafes, baristas may split their time between making different types of coffees.
The “order first, pay later” system reduces the pressure on baristas to make a lot of drinks quickly, as in other cafes.
Philz can take a while, and you may have to wait as all the baristas work.

History of Philz Coffee

Phil Jaber and Jacob Jaber founded Philz Coffee in 2003.
 
Phil Jaber was a San Francisco corner grocery owner for more than 25 years. He had strong ties with the community.
 
Jacob Jaber, Phil’s younger brother, assumed control of the operation in 2005 and was appointed CEO. He took charge of expanding the company and building its internal structure.
 
Philz Coffee was able to secure funding from Summit Partners and other private investors in 2013. This allowed it to expand into new markets.
It also led to the opening of Philz Coffee’s first location outside of the Bay Area, Santa Monica California.
 
They secured over $15 Million in 2015 to expand their business.

Steps They Have Taken:

Philz has been participating in the World Coffee Research Checkoff Program since 2015.

They engaged Enveritas in 2020 to verify their sustainability practices and meet their Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance criteria. This covered 17% of their total green bean purchases.

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