Small Business Showcase: Rostov’s Coffee and Tea

Video Filmed and Edited by Margaret Carmel and Shannon Minor

Words by Shannon Minor

Rostov’s Coffee and Tea, located a short walk from the VCU campus on W. Main St., has been roasting coffee in shop, creating relationships with farmers and practicing environmentally friendly business philosophies before it was cool. Margaret Carmel and Shannon Minor interviewed owner Tammy Rostov to learn more about how Rostov’s, Richmond and coffee are intertwined.

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