The perfect little cafe on campus.
Stop in for a hand-crafted specialty coffee made exclusively with coffee beans from Twisted Goat Coffee Roasters. This is the perfect stop to grab a quick refreshing beverage and to satisfy your hunger with a fresh-baked muffin or snack.
Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
Changes in Hours
Closed for summer
International Building: first floor
Flavored lattes and short line-ups
Twised Goat espresso and coffee, tea, pop, energy drinks, muffins, cookies, whole fruit, wraps, paninis, and confectionery items.
Twisted Goat Coffee Roasters set out on a journey to craft a delicious cup of coffee for you to conquer the day! Sourcing the best Fair Trade beans from sustainable farms and mastering the art of the roast led us to create one-of-a-kind blends of flavors and aromas. All our coffee is roasted in small batches right here in Kamloops. This is coffee for the adventurer, explorer and everyday warrior. Come find your blend and start your day with a delicious cup of their locally roasted coffee.
Lug a Mug
Get in the habit of bringing your travel mug with you to campus because our locations run a reward program called ‘Lug a Mug’. This program rewards you with a discount when you use your own mug for that much needed caffeine fix. Receive a $0.10 discount at Starbucks and Tim Hortons and a $0.25 discount at the International Café, The U&M Deli, Urban Market and The Workbench.
Eco-Container Reusable Program
This program is in partnership with the TRU Sustainability Office with the goal to cut down on waste by reducing the amount of compostable takeout containers. Available at the Urban Market, The U&M Deli, The Workbench and International Café. Ask for your meal in a reusable eco-container, get a stamp card, return your used container at any participating location and get your card stamped, collect 10 stamps and get a free meal ($10 value before tax). It's easy, reuse and earn free meals!
Dining Card, cash, debit, MasterCard and Visa