The best fresh roasted CDA coffee company is Lake City Coffee. That’s because we roast and ship our coffee beans on the same day. How much difference does freshness make? Actually, quite a bit. The difference between Coeur d’Alene Fresh Roasted Coffee Beans and industrial coffee beans is nothing short of amazing.
Best Coeur d’Alene Coffee Roaster
Even here in Coeur d’Alene, nearly every coffee shop, and coffee drive thru brews up industrial coffee beans in commercial grade coffee makers. What that produces is burnt and bitter coffee.
Next time you’re in a coffee shop just ask the proprietor where their coffee beans are roasted? Then ask them when it was roasted? My guess is that you’d be hard pressed to find a coffee shop that even knows when their coffee was roasted. Or when you’re buying whole bean coffee, look on the bag for the roast date. Good luck.
Freshest Roasted Coffee In CDA
Here’s the thing. All coffee beans, even our Coeur d’Alene Fresh Roasted Coffee Beans, starts going stale, i.e., bitter, in 3-4 weeks. And it doesn’t matter what kind of space age packaging they use, or how it’s stored, all coffee beans are still going to start going stale in 3-4 weeks. Even ours.
Industrial coffee companies, even local coffee roasters, burn the snot out of their beans so that you won’t notice when they start going stale and bitter. But that’s not what you want is it?
Smoothest Coffee in Coeur d’Alene
I’m guessing that if you’ve made it to our Lake City Coffee website, then you want more than burnt and bitter. You probably want fresh coffee that’s gently roasted. What you want is real coffee flavor. You want to taste the bean, not the roaster. That’s why you’re reading this page. You want smooth, soul satisfyingly good coffee.
If that’s what you want, then here’s what you need. Only buy coffee that was roasted 24-48 hours ago and toss it out when it’s 3-4 weeks old. Crazy hu? But guess what, you start drinking Coeur d’Alene Fresh Roasted Coffee Beans, and you’ll never go back. The difference is amazing.