Cloudland Coffee

Written By: Bre Humphries

BELIEVING that “adventure begins with great coffee,” Kristina Madh of Johns Creek launched Cloudland Coffee Co.

in 2015. One year later, business was booming, but its owner received a personal blow—a stage three breast cancer diagnosis. Treatment was challenging, but Madh was sustained by her business and encourage ment from the women in her community—an experience that inspired her to support other woman around the world. Today, Cloudland sources much of its raw coffee beans from female-owned farms in countries like Honduras and Rwanda—a rare find in the coffee industry. Cloudland’s 18-hour, in-house cold brew is specifically enticing this season—order up a freshly brewed cup at the Johns Creek coffee house or snag a bag of beans online at Beans are freshly roasted each Monday and shipped out the very next day.


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