The Joys And Rewards Of Roasting Your Own
Organic Coffee At Home
the growing number of do-it-yourselfers who
have discovered home coffee roasting to
achieve the highest level of quality and
freshness possible in the coffee drinking
We started offering home coffee roasting
equipment and supplies in 2001,
and have seen
the interest in this new hobby grow considerably
since our humble entrance to the home roasting
scene. As with our homebrew business, we
are dedicated to 2 principals above and beyond
all others: we only buy and sell certified
organic green coffee beans of the highest
And we fully support cooperative enterprise
and just wages by only offering Fair Trade
green coffee beans. Fair Trade coffee guarantees
the growers a just wage for the fruits of
their labors- sometimes more than twice what
growers are paid. A just wage also means
a quality crop as the growers are not forced
to cut corners just to make ends meet.
of our green coffee is USDA certified organic
variety 5 lb. Organic Green Coffee Sampler
our current green coffee offerings and save
A great idea if you want to try home coffee
roasting for the first time, or if you are
not sure about the flavors of our best selling
Our sampler includes 1/2 pound packages of
10 different varieties of green beans, the
most popular of our current offerings (decaf
not included). Also included is our roasting
to make sure
you have the essential knowledge to produce
your own gourmet home roasted coffee. To
prevent excess packaging and reduce our impact
on the environment we respectfully request
that you purchase the 9 lb.sampler (a better
value) if you want a larger quantity of green
of buying more than one of this item. Because
these samplers are
pre-packed, we cannot
customize them, sorry.
See our green
coffee offerings for current coffee selection. #OCOFFA1
our complete selection of organic green coffee
roast your own? Here are a few reasons:
roasting is easy! It takes 5 to 15 minutes to roast a
batch of coffee using a hot air roaster.
ultimate in quality and freshness. Coffee begins to loose
its delicate aroma and flavor just 24 hours after roasting.
For the best cup: roast your own!
money! Organic and Fair Trade green coffee is half the
price of roasted coffee from a gourmet retailer. We only
offer the highest quality, unblended coffee beans at
about 1/2 the price that you normally would pay for organic
gourmet coffee. If your household drinks 1# of coffee
per week, that amounts to an annual savings of up to
$300 if you buy organic green beans from us in bulk quantities.
the process. Just like home brewing, roasting your own
coffee is fun, it will impress your friends, and making
your own blends will satisfy your creative side as well
as your taste buds.
the organic farming of coffee which is kinder to nature.
Most of the coffee we offer is also Fair Trade, which
means the farm workers who grow and process the coffee
are guaranteed a fair wage, and more of the money you
spend on the coffee goes to the grower.
do not need much space or equipment to roast your own
coffee. A home coffee roasting machine (or equipment
for one of the other home roasting methods outlined in
the book "Home Coffee Roasting") and green
beans are all you need.
more information about home coffee roasting, equipment
and supplies follow the links below....
COFFEE ROASTING EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES
ORGANIC & FAIR
TRADE GREEN COFFEE BEANS
Recycled burlap sacks: $3 Each
about every coffee producer in the world
ships the green coffee in food grade burlap sacks.
Most of these have the Co-op or grower name
the bag. These bags make great decoration,
use them in your next art project. They
are food grade,
so you could cut them down to make sacks
to store your supply of green beans in. Burlap
for this purpose as it is a very loose
weave to allow good air circulation. When you order
this item we
will hand select bags in good condition
what we have on hand. If you wish to hand
own, please drop by our store. Please
respect our overworked
staff and understand that we cannot spend
time going through the piles of sacks over the
Each sack is large enough to hold 125 to 150 pounds
of green coffee beans.