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New Cause: Support Kyrgyzstan Teen Challenge

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This quarter we are thrilled to introduce you to our very first cause that gives back to change lives through our new tea line! Join us to share the story and spread the hope to change lives at Kyrgyzstan Teen Challenge! Share the story…  Kyrgyzstan Teen Challenge is a faith-based recovery program for alcoholics, drug addicts, […]

Apron & Coffee Cozy – Give Back

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Did you know that each of our aprons and coffee cozies are handcrafted at the Deepika Vocational Center in Kolkata, India? These products help provide training and holistic care to victims of human trafficking. So, as you drink coffee in your very own coffee cozy, or wear a gorgeous Eurasia Cafe apron you can be […]

Talking with the Poor

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“Today it is very fashionable to talk about the poor. Unfortunately, it is not fashionable to talk with them” – Mother Teresa When we talk about people we make assumptions and build stereotypes that often fall short of reality. Leading up to a recent trip to Nepal, I did a lot of talking about what […]

About Justin

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Hello! I’m Justin Beiler and I’m the director of development for Eurasia Café (aka The Coffee Wala). I build things… systems, business plans and coffee shops. I enjoy the challenge of putting the right pieces together. I’ve gotten to where I’m at today due to two life altering events. The first happened at the age […]

Tea Line Progress

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Our very first, and long awaited tea line has been packaged and shipped all the way from Sri Lanka. Our tea arrived in New York City last month, and was being processed by customs in Kansas City, Missouri. Then, it shipped to St. Louis and now it is here! The flavors we will be featuring include: […]

All that is Necessary for the Triumph of Evil is that Good Men do Nothing

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What does it mean to be a Social Business? I had an economics professor in college whose teaching style drove me crazy. It wasn’t until years later that I would realize the brilliance in which he taught. The class was Managing in Complex Environments and was required curriculum for all freshman business majors. The goal […]

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