THE ROASTING OF THE BEAN IS AS IMPORTANT AS THE BEAN ITSELF

Roasting brings out the aroma and flavor that is locked inside the green coffee beans. We find only the best roasts to your doorstep every month. 

Explore some of our favorites! 

 

Roaster:  Brooklyn Roasting Company (BRC)

Origin:  Brooklyn, New York

Their story:  To guarantee truly exemplary cup quality, BRC rigorously tastes all coffee beans before deciding whether or not to buy them and roasts them in small batches. BRC uses recycled materials and refurbished equipment use, clean-powered distribution, and old-fashioned friendliness. They're not really coffee snobs, just very dedicated coffee lovers that only settle for the best. Brooklyn Roasting Company offers the best quality Fair Trade, Organic, Rainforest Alliance certified coffees. 

 

Roaster:  Onyx Coffee Lab

Origin:  Springdale, Arkansas

Their story:  To Onyx Coffee Lab is all about putting belief into practice. Set on the east side of Springdale, Arkansas, it is a passion project from owners Jon and Andrea. Onyx is a conception of modern Ozark design and seed-to-cup coffee preparation. Eduction plays a huge role at Onyx Coffee Lab. 

Roaster:  Onyx Coffee Lab

Origin:  Springdale, Arkansas

Their story:  To Onyx Coffee Lab is all about putting belief into practice. Set on the east side of Springdale, Arkansas, it is a passion project from owners Jon and Andrea. Onyx is a conception of modern Ozark design and seed-to-cup coffee preparation. Eduction plays a huge role at Onyx Coffee Lab. 

 

Roaster:  Joe Van Gogh

Origin:  Hillsborough, North Carolina

Their story:  At Joe Van Gogh, roasting, brewing and sharing coffee is their passion. Started in 1991, owner Robbie Roberts considers his team artisans as coffee roasters and baristas who are true to their craft.

Joe Van Gogh has close relationships with Honduran farmers, a Peruvian co-op, a Colombian importer and a tribal plantation of Papau New Guinea. When they find great coffee they go straight to the source. And when they find the spruce, 

 

Roaster:  City of Saints Roasters

Origin:  New Orleans, Louisiana

Their story:  Coffee has the potential to be many things, in many places, to many different people. For some, it is the cure for a difficult morning, and for others, it is a fruit that their family has sold for generations.No matter what it is for you, City of Saints Roasters believe that it's important, and they consider themselves lucky to be part of it. 

At City of Saints, they understand that coffee is always a part of something else, part of a community, part of a tradition, part of a story.

Roaster:  AND Coffee Roasters

Origin:  Kumamoto, Japan

Their story:  AND Coffee Roasters opened in Kumamoto in 2013, when owner Yosuke Yamane moved there with his wife. His coffee story started when he was studying in New York and fell in love. 

When the earthquake hit Kumamoto in April earlier this year - everything stopped. "Right after the earthquake, people weren't leaving their homes, and of course they weren't buying coffee," Yosuke says. "But I still had staff to pay even though we couldn't open for two weeks. It was bad, and it was hard, but coffee shops in Tokyo actually bought our beans to support us. I'm really grateful to them for that."