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Believe it or not, specialty coffee was not invented in Seattle. Actually, it was your Great-GrandMa who invented “specialty coffee”, i.e., she made one mean cup of coffee. Why was Great-GrandMa’s coffee so incredibly awesome? Because it was incredibly fresh. And like your Great-GrandMa, I’m betting that you want coffee that’s just as fresh.
…imagine taking a few minutes out of your hectic life for a soul satisfyingly smooth cup of coffee.
You might be in your car, at work, or at home, but this time is for you, when your mind calms, your breath steadies, you relax, and say,
“Ahhhh… that’s good. That’s reeeeal good”. It’s almost like the worries of life recede and your world shrinks to just you and that cup of coffee.
And for a few minutes, everything seems to be in place.
Better Than Grandma’s
Like your great-grandmother, I love smooth coffee. I don’t want to taste the roaster. I want to taste all the naturally sweet subtle flavors that God put into that bean. And here’s how we do it.
If you’re just looking for a caffeine jolt, then buy Charbucks. But if you want the best soul satisfyingly smooth home coffee experience of your life, then you’re in the right place.
Grandma didn’t burn her coffee and neither do we. Grandma didn’t serve coffee that was roasted months ago and neither do we. Grandma didn’t buy crappy beans and neither do we.
Like the wine industry in the 70’s and the crafted artisan beer industry over the last dozen years, the coffee industry too is going through a minor revolution.
There’s a small but growing percentage of coffee drinkers that are no longer willing to accept the burnt and bitter taste of industrial coffee.
They want more. If you’re still reading this, I’m betting that you too want more
I’ve tried coffee from just about every coffee growing country in the world. And when it comes to non-bitter, super smooth coffee with a variety of flavors, I absolutely love Costa Rican coffee, especially from the Don Roberto plantations in Tarrazu.
These beans are high altitude, shade grown, hand picked, mountain water washed, sun dried, and carefully sorted by small, single-source, Costa Rican, farmers.
Costa Rica Tarrazu Don Roberto is our only source of beans because it’s the only source that will give you smooth coffee that also tastes like real old fashioned coffee.
I hate burnt coffee. But I love smooth, full flavored coffee that actually tastes like… like… well… coffee. What a concept!
That’s why, I roast the old fashion way; low and slow; gently bringing the beans to a beautiful light, medium, or barely-dark color.
This method preserves as much of the bean’s natural oils as possible, giving our Costa Rican Tarrazu Don Roberto beans a rich, naturally sweet flavor with prominent notes of dark chocolate and nut.
Here’s a little known fact. All roasted coffee starts going stale in about a month and no amount of space age packaging can change that fact.
Unfortunately, a vast majority of the coffee marketed in the US has been sitting in warehouses or on store shelves for months if not years. In contrast, we measure freshness in hours, not months.
I drink coffee everywhere I go; 5 star hotels; gourmet restaurants; specialty coffee shops, etc.
And guess who consistently makes the best coffee? You, me, and your Great-Grandmother.
That’s why my passion is for providing the very best home brewed coffee experience on the planet.
Your Coffee Roaster
So, is our coffee right for you? Well, if you like burnt and bitter industrial coffee, then go buy Charbucks because you probably won’t like our coffee.
But if you’re truly a coffee lover, coffee connoisseur, or just a coffee snob, then we’re confident that you’ll love our super fresh and super smooth whole bean coffee.
Although I’m known as a master Spokane Coffee Roaster and Coeur d’Alene Coffee Roaster, my goal is to just be your coffee roaster.
If you have any questions, just click the Contact Us page. And just like all of our other customers, I look forward to engaging in conversations and getting to know you too.