Our coffee is curated and procured primarily from South America and Africa and our roaster is located in Wisconsin.
Our coffee is 100% arabica coffee and contains nothing else.
Use 1 level tablespoon per 5 oz of water. Adjust to taste. Note: A standard coffee scoop is equal to 2 level tablespoons.
The thing to keep in mind when storing coffee is humidity. Keep coffee away from humidity until it is brewed. Storing it in a dark, airtight container at room temperature will keep your ground coffee fresh for up to 4 weeks. An airtight container will keep whole beans fresh for longer than a month.
A vacuum seal is only needed when buying coffee from a grocery store where it can sit on a shelf for months! Our bags are equipped with a one way valve, so the coffee can be packaged immediately after roasting, which keeps our coffee tasting fresh until you open it.
Although we do not test the caffeine content in our coffee, a typical 8 oz cup of coffee has 100-150 mg of caffeine.
The amount of caffeine in a cup is determined by a number of factors; water source, water temperature, roast level, grind size, brewing method, and brew time.
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Our decaffeinated coffee is 99.9% caffeine free. We use the gentle, 100% chemical-free Swiss Water® Process to decaffeinate our coffee. It’s the gold standard for decaf. If you want to learn more about Swiss Water® Process, we have a great blog post that goes into more detail.
All of our coffee offerings don’t have much of a variance in acidity levels. While you may see other brands of coffee marketed as low acid, it undergoes an extensive steaming process which does not meet our quality standards. Generally speaking however, the darker a roast, the less acid the coffee will have.
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We use premium flavored concentrates to flavor our coffees immediately after roasting.
Coffee is very similar to wine in that it boasts a bounty of unique tastes. In fact, coffee has more than 800 aromatic and flavor compounds while wine has only 200. Much like wine, the coffee industry uses “notes” to describe nuance of taste, not as ingredients.
Other than a very darkly roasted coffee, it is quite normal for coffee beans to be dry.
While our coffees are not fair trade certified, they are more expensive than most conventional coffee to ensure more money is paid to the farmers. Our roaster’s multigenerational importing partner has established decades-long relationships with growers and exporters throughout the world that are fair and equitable.
We partner with coffee growers who share our values for environmentally friendly practices, but we can’t guarantee that pesticides aren’t used. But in general, specialty-grade (high elevation) coffee farms don’t use many pesticides, because they don’t have as many bug problems at that altitude. Generally, coffee is pretty safe from pesticides, too, because the raw beans grow inside layers of parchment and cherry, and are protected even if they are sprayed. Then, they go through lots of washed processing at the milling stages. And finally, we roast our coffee at 400 degrees, and lab tests on our roasted samples haven’t identified pesticide residue.
While not currently certified, our coffee is free of the major allergens as recognized by the FDA.
While not currently certified, our coffee does NOT contain any gluten or wheat ingredients. Coffee is the only product in our facilities and it never comes into contact with anything containing wheat or gluten.
All coffee is inherently non-GMO.
Absolutely! We do not use sugar or sweeteners in our flavors, and each brewed 8oz cup has approximately 2 calories, 0g carbs
While not currently certified vegan, our coffee does not contain any milk, egg or dairy products.
What is the nutritional information for your coffee?
The nutritional info of our coffee per 8ox cup is as follows:
- Calories: 2
- Total Fat: 0g
- Cholesterol: 0mg
- Sodium: 0mg
- Total Carbohydrate: 0g
- Dietary Fiber: 0g
- Sugars: 0g
- Protein: 0g
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A: In its natural form and during the roasting process, coffee is considered kosher because it only comes into contact with water. When coffee is decaffeinated or flavored, it can transform into a non-kosher food. Our decaf coffee is processed naturally with water so it is kosher.