Haven’t you ever wondered why all the coffee in Wenatchee tastes just like the burnt and bitter industrial coffee roasted and packaged in Seattle? You’d think that there would be at least one local Wenatchee coffee roaster that didn’t burn the snot out of their beans.
If you’re like me, you’ve driven from one end of Wenatchee to the other looking for a good cup of coffee. Yet everywhere you look, all the coffee is just different shades of burnt. Don’t the Wenatchee coffee roasters get it? We’re not Seattleites. If we wanted a $600,000 mortgage and endless traffic, we’d live in Seattle or God forbid, Portland.
Instead, we live in the Inland Northwest because we want more for our families. We want the time and space to raise our families believing in hard work, freedom, and the responsibilities that come with that freedom. And unlike Seattle, we don’t like our coffee bitter and burnt.
Where Is The Good Coffee?
So, where on earth can we find a soul satisfyingly good cup of coffee? The answer is easier than you think. The answer is, “In your own kitchen”. Yep, there isn’t a Wenatchee coffee roaster anywhere that can make coffee half as good as you can at home.
All you need is fresh roasted whole bean coffee and about 60 seconds. The trick is getting your hands on fresh roasted coffee beans. Did you know that ALL coffee starts going stale and bitter in about 30 days. Yet, a vast majority of coffee sold in the US has been sitting in warehouses or on store shelves for months if not years. That’s why industrial coffee is so bitter.
Local Wenatchee Coffee Roaster
Then why do most coffee roasters burn the snot out of their coffee beans? There are two reasons; first so you can’t tell when the coffee starts going stale and secondly to increase the shelf life.
You may be asking, “OK, where can I get super fresh roasted coffee beans”? That’s where Lake City Coffee comes in. We guarantee “From our roaster to your table in 24 hours”. When your coffee is that fresh, you’d be hard pressed to find better coffee anywhere. Yes, anywhere!
We’re talking about a Wenatchee home coffee experience unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. No brag, just fact. Order by Monday night and we’ll roast and ship your coffee on Tuesday morning. Then you’ll be drinking a cup of soul satisfyingly smooth coffee by Wednesday morning.