September 24, 2009

Echo Coffee stems from the love of two things. First, and most obviously, coffee. There’s nothing like the taste of fresh roasted coffee, served at the peak of it’s flavor, within days of when it was roasted. We want to share that passion with you, and along the way, perhaps share with you how we make great coffee great.

Our other love is for community. Specifically, the community around the coffee shop, and the people who live and work in Scottsdale, Tempe, and Phoenix. We have a larger than normal coffee shop, because we want a place for members of the community to come together, interact, and share in their passions, while sharing in our own passion for coffee. We hope you’ll stop in and take a few minutes to really savor your coffee in the shop, and perhaps meet someone new, talking about your family, your next big idea, or your newest hobby.


10 Responses to “About”

  1. Steve Blake on March 15th, 2012 1:43 pm

    Hi, we vacationed in Scottsdale this winter and had lattes many times at your wonderful coffee shop. We’d like to buy coffee from you. I see you only offer the drip coffee version of Titus for online sales. Is it possible to buy Titus in whole bean? If so, what is the price per pound? We’d also like the decaf you used for your lattes in whole bean. We’d probably buy at least 2 pounds of each. Please let me know if you do this. We are in Minnesota, zip code 55346, to estimate shipping cost. Please respond either way. I’ve got my fingers crossed. Titus was probably the best coffee my wife and I ever had. We can hardly wait to visit Scottsdale next winter. Steve and Janet Blake

  2. Joe Foy on November 23rd, 2012 8:30 am

    Best coffee house in the valley! My wife and I love going to Echo to enjoy a nice cup of coffee or an excellent latte. Keep up the good work!

  3. Sharon on March 24th, 2013 5:06 pm

    My husband and I searched for a great espresso place and found it – Echo! We are from Seattle and did not have much luck finding good tasting and organic local coffee shops until we discovered this place. The owner is amazing and has created a wonderful place. Thank you very much.

  4. Mandi Pimental on May 22nd, 2013 2:26 pm

    I’m so just excited to see a coffeehouse that understands the importance of organic, and that so many of us have milk allergies or sensitivities. I’ve gone over a year without a latte because of this and when I was in Prescott found a vegan cafe where i was able to have a rice milk vanilla latte and it was delicious so I decided to look in the valley when I got home. Even though I live in Glendale i will gladly make my way to Scottsdale to enjoy one now that I know that Echo can provide coffee deliciousness to me too! 🙂 If you open a West Valley location, PLEASE let me know. I would gladly make it my new regular spot!!

  5. Zeke n Zion on July 28th, 2013 9:32 am

    Great place, kind staff! Impressive roaster. I used to frequent Diedrich coffee when they had shops in CA. Was very sorry to see them go! I live in San Diego but come to AZ frequently. I have ridden my bike past several times and finally stopped one day on a ride. An very glad I did. I will come by when I just want to relax and enjoy a great cup of coffee. Echo has a great atmosphere, just like my favorite place in San Diego. Thank you, Echo!

  6. William Zaffer on September 7th, 2013 10:02 am

    I like the fact their utensils are made from a company called Stalk Market that uses sugar cane out of Portland, Oregon and you can compost. I am testing in my organic garden now to see if the products does compost after all.

    Bill the Ecoguy

  7. Kerry on October 16th, 2013 5:46 pm

    Recently bought a picture, vintage 1910, taken in Rockford, IL along the Rock river. There is a Echo Coffee sign on top of one of the buildings. Does your coffee company date this far back?

  8. Steve Belt on March 18th, 2014 3:32 pm

    Echo Coffee was started in 2009, and began operations in 2010, so no, we do not date back to 1910.

  9. Amy Pillar on March 27th, 2014 2:32 pm

    I stopped in on my way to go trail running about a week ago. What a nice relaxed atmosphere and friendly staff. I have been back 3 times in the last week…..will probably become a”regular”….kudos!


  10. Jim on March 7th, 2019 7:31 pm

    We are snowbirds who visited the area for six weeks. We looked for a shop with good coffee and a friendly atmosphere: Echo is both and more. Their drip coffee is second to none, their baristas are the friendliest, and their pastries are the best! If you are looking for a quiet place to work or study, Echo is a great choice. If you just want to relax and do some people watching, Echo is a great choice.

    Stop in, give it a try, and you’ll quickly become a regular!

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