our roasted coffee

In-House Roasted Coffee


Always working to close the gap between farmers and your food & drink, we are now roasting our own coffee in-house using green, state-of-the-art technology from our new partners at Bellwether Coffee and high-quality, traceable coffee beans from independent farmers around the world. Order our house-roasted coffee online today

THE RESULT: An exceptional, variable selection of freshly roasted coffee.

Taste the Variety of Beans We’re Roasting In-House

    Medium Roast

    sweet & well-rounded

    nuts & chocolate

    The perfect cup however you like your coffee. 


    Light Roast 


    clean & bright

    floral, peach, citrus 


    Medium Roast


    silky, sweet & balanced

    chocolate & citrus 


    Medium/Espresso Roast


    full bodied & sweet

    dark chocolate, nuts & caramel


    Especially delicious with milk or dairy alternatives. 

We're grateful to work with Farmers Restaurant Group – a like-minded company committed to sustainable operations with a shared passion for supply chain transparency. Mike Vucurevich and his team are using the Bellwether Roaster to reduce the coffee carbon footprint while providing an elevated experience for their customers and a positive impact on their community.

- Nathan Gilliland, CEO of Bellwether Coffee

Our electric Bellwether Roaster produces zero emissions and was designed to be the most sustainable coffee roaster in the world. 

High-quality, traceable coffee beans from independent farmers chosen to accommodate a range of customer tastes.



Farm story: Limmu Kossa Estate is a large, family-owned farm located in the Jimma Zone of the Oromia Region in Ethiopia. The farm was established in the year 2000, and currently produces coffee on 356 hectares across two farms, employing around 700 people during harvest. Limmu Kossa is committed to using modern and environmentally responsible farming techniques to produce high-quality coffee. The farm employs an exemplary agroforestry system making use of the shade of original, indigenous forest species. Additionally, Limmu Kossa is active in their surrounding community, constructing an 8km dry weather road and three classrooms at the local elementary school.

Grower: Ethiopia Limmu Kossa 

Variety: Ethiopia Heirloom

Process: Washed

Region: Oromia Region, Ethiopia, Africa

Elevation: 1800-2200m

Source: Bellwether’s green coffee marketplace


Flavor: Clean and bright, with notes of stone fruit and lime.




Farm Story: A rotating seasonal blend of traceable and sustainable Central and South American coffees from independent farmers.

Grower: Various

Variety: Mondo Nuovo, Castillo

Process: Washed

Natural Region: Central and South America

Elevation: Various 

Source: Bellwether’s green coffee marketplace

Flavor: This blend is medium-bodied and full of chocolate and toffee sweetness.



Farm story: The history of José Carlos Grossi's family with coffee cultivation dates back another century and three generations. Life in coffee-growing begins with José Carlos Grossi's grandfather, who migrated from Italy to Brazil, Antônio Grossi, in 1879, to work in coffee plantations in São Paulo. In 1950, Matheus Grossi, father of José Carlos, acquired a property in the north of Paraná, where he followed the dream. The family tradition led José Carlos to graduate as an Agronomist and to form his first coffee plantation. It was the beginning of the Grossi Group.

Grower: Brazil Oberon Variety: Mondo Nuovo

Process: Natural Region: Minas Gerais, Brazil, South America

Elevation: 1010m

Source: Bellwether’s green coffee marketplace

Flavor: Full-bodied, sweet and nutty with hints of dark chocolate and caramel. Great for espresso & drip coffees, and especially delicious with milk or dairy alternatives. 



Farm story: Finca Palmichal is high on the western side of the Central Andes mountain range, near the municipality of Genova, in the department of Quindío. This region went through violent and difficult times during the peak of the guerrilla expansion in the country. But now, after the negotiation between the government and the FARC, there is hope for continuing peace. Producer Atilano Giraldo is the third generation of his family to grow coffee in Quindío, and he grew up working in coffee alongside his father. Gradually, he acquired additional properties, including Finca Palmichal, which is 53 hectares in size and has approximately 350,000 coffee trees.

Grower: Colombia Finca Palmichal

Variety: Castillo

Process: Washed

Region: Quindio, Colombia, South America

Elevation: 1560m

Source: Bellwether’s green coffee marketplace

Flavor: Silky and sweet with pronounced chocolate and citrus notes. An all-around enjoyable and balanced cup that exhibits just why Colombian coffee is so great.





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