Why You Should Land in Portland and Then Visit Central and Northeast Oregon Instead

Vogue, published OCTOBER 13, 2016 by KATE DONNELLY

Most visitors arrive in Oregon to spend a few days in Portland, and yet it seems Portlanders already wrote the memo: Escape urbanity for the wildly pristine hubs of central and northeast Oregon. Along these rarefied roads an ideal travelogue unfurls—high desert; glistening lakes; lush, towering forests; and distant silhouettes of volcanic Cascade mountain peaks. Read full article HERE

 

 

The Charm of Sisters Coffee Company

Travel Oregon, written by Jordan Hernandez

Upon arriving in Sisters, I can’t help but notice that the town looks straight out of an old Western film. Even the local fast food franchise looks like a place you expect to see Clint Eastwood walk out of, burger in hand and a pistol in his waistband.

Sisters is a welcoming town, with terrific views of the Three Sisters mountains. It feels as if everyone in town knows each other. While walking down the street, I overhear many joyous reunions, folks asking how business is doing and if someone’s daughter plans to swim at her school this year. Click here to read the full article

Major Renovation at Sisters Coffee Company

March 15, 2017

By Jim Cornelius, Editor - The Nugget Newspaper

They didn't have a fire. They're not leaving town. All that yellow caution tape and unusual activity at Sisters Coffee Co. means that the Durham family is in the midst of a $295,000 renovation of their landmark business.

The remodel will completely change the layout and traffic flow of the coffeehouse, and bring in state-of-the-art coffee- and espresso-making equipment. Their stated goal is "to design the most beautiful and efficient coffee house in Oregon."  Click HERE to read full article.

Sisters Coffee Company Travels to Obtain Fine Coffees

Something new is brewing at Sisters Coffee Company, a distinct medium body “Campo Amor” Colombian coffee, hand-selected from the green mountains of South America by the owners themselves.  Director of Operations Jesse Durham detailed the journey to obtain this fine coffee and its savory farm-to-cup quest. 

"Sisters Coffee Company to open in new building"

Dreams come true! Just ask Winfield and Joy Durham, owners of Sisters Coffee Company. Their dream of actually owning the property at 273 W. Hood Ave. and building a spacious and inviting coffee shop will soon become a reality. The Durhams plan to open their new coffee shop to the public on Saturday, June 4.