Specialty coffee isn’t just one thing. It’s the culmination of a few essential processes that all have to work in unison. In many cases, the term specialty coffee is pinned solely on green coffee and how it is grown and processed. However, if you only focus on green coffee, you’re missing many other important aspects of the production process.
Have you ever had a brewed awakening when you got a fresh roasted coffee, brewed it up the day or two after roast, and realized it doesn’t taste all that delicious? You’re not alone. Learn why and how to get that taste you’re craving.
As a coffee roaster, sourcing green coffee is one of the most important aspects of what we do. To make sure we get the best coffee for our retail, wholesale, and drop shipping customers, we work with a selected group of farmers and exporter/importers that we have deep relationships with. These connections allow us to […]
Coffee roasting is tricky, but it’s not rocket science. At first, you’d think all you need to do is put green coffee into the machine, crank up the heat, and turn them brown. Unfortunately, that couldn’t be farther from the truth when it comes to roasting coffee. Coffee processing methods, including washed, natural, or honey […]