Isn’t a brewed cup of coffee the same as any other? If you were like us, that is what we used to think. We then discovered that many things go into making that perfect cup of coffee.
We love our coffee and are very picky about what we drink. We are also picky about the coffee we serve our customers. So we have researched to find a great roaster, countries that produce the best coffee beans and first-rate equipment to brew our coffee.
Our roaster has been in business for 75 years. Their CEO has been recognized as one of the industry’s top evaluators of raw coffee beans. Our roaster uses only hand selected 100% Arabica coffee beans from the finest estates and private growers worldwide. The roasting and packaging process uses state-of-the-art equipment and is closely monitored to ensure the highest quality results.
Coffee is grown along the equator in many different regions. Each region produces a different type of bean. We have researched to find the regions that produce the best coffee beans.
Once roasted, coffee has a limited life span, about 2-4 weeks if properly stored. We will not sell coffee 14 days after its roast date. After this, the coffee begins to stale and the quality goes down.
Our brewed coffee guru, Mike, regularly samples and tests our coffee. It’s chemistry at its best. He then adjusts flow, heat, time and more on our brewer. This also contributes to that perfect cup of coffee.
So now that you know about our process, here are descriptions of coffees that we carry.
Every day we brew our House Blend, House Blend Decaf and Dark Roast (French or New York) as well as a rotating variety of Estates and Flavors.
Deep brownish/black color. The bean has spots of oil or is completely oily (spends more time in roaster)
So why do you like one estate better than another? Each estate differs in subtle ways. Here are some of the explanations.