TexaKona Coffee Roasters will soon rebrand and combine their cafe concept with their roastery facility, according to a Feb. 29 news release.

The company’s cafe concept, TKFM 107 Cafe, will relocate from its location inside the McKinney Flour Mill to the company’s north McKinney roastery facility. The last day the shop will be open in the Flour Mill location will be March 10, according to a post on the business’s Facebook page.

The cafe is expected to reopen in the roastery facility in mid-March, the release stated. Owner Elaine Krazer said in the release the landlord of the McKinney Flour Mill has alternate plans for the space the cafe occupies, and that was the cause of the move.

“We had geared up to serve the new city offices and to be the nonalcoholic option on the east side as a partner to the new Tupps Brewery within steps of the building, but we are good at pivoting and will launch from here,” Krazer said in the release.

In addition to the relocation of the cafe, the company will also rebrand from TexaKona Coffee Roasters to 107 Roasters, according to a post on the business’s Facebook page.

“We love Kona, but we have grown our capabilities and product line beyond our TexaKona name,” Krazer said in the release

New products are also in the works, the release stated. The company will also release up to 107 different kinds of coffee blends, according to the social media post.

“We will also have many huge announcements to make about a future location for our cafe as well as other exciting partnerships,” the Facebook post stated.