The Blends — nature

What environmental factors affect the quality of coffee?

Posted by Sourabh Sharma on

Our 5th generation roastmaster Jeff who has had a heritage and lineage of coffee roasters pass the craft of coffee making explains how coffee is harvested and what the environmental variants are that affect the taste. Follow his stories on Instagram at @roastmasterjeff! Coffee is harvested in the dry season when the cherries (from which beans are harvested) are firm. They can be stripped in a variety of ways, but the flavor and depth of coffee intensity depends on multiple variables. What city/place it is in, what the soil composition is like, whether there is a volcano present or not,...

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Where Does Premium Coffee Actually Come From?

Posted by Sourabh Sharma on

Our Roastmaster Reserve Collection is now in it's second limited edition batch, and each season we find a unique, rare and gourmet coffee source to bring the finest to you. This particular batch is from a small town on the Caldera River, in western Panama where the surrounding Chiriquí Highlands are home to coffee plantations and the Barú Volcano National Park. The rare 100% Arabica coffee blend is grown in the mountains of the Chiriqui region at an altitude of 4,900 - 5,400 ft where only the ripest, red cherries are picked, processed, and sorted. Natural shade trees provide cover...

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