Choc-Caramel, Cherry & Cream Body
Full bodied, coffee goodness.
About this Roast
This roast “Helping Other People Endure” will help raise money for our Marine to run the Boston Marathon. Additionally, 20% of the proceeds will go to local firefighters.
- Help support our marine run the Boston Marathon!
- Donate to local Firefighters
- 50/50 mix of our popular Brazilian & Columbian Roasts.
- Locally Bagged & Roasted in Paradise Utah.
The first step to Roasting H.O.P.E is to insert our unique blend of fresh, hand selected beans. The custom ratio we use enhances the flavor and aroma of our customer’s cup of coffee. We’ve made our roast it’s best with a perfect combination of time and temperature, bringing you the best cup of coffee there is.
The second step to roasting H.O.P.E is to heat the beans to the perfect temperature. The beans must be heated slowly and evenly to ensure that the beans are not scorched or burned. This process will give us a smooth medium roast.
To ensure the beans are evenly roasted, it is essential to stir the beans continuously during the roasting process. This helps prevent any unroasted or scorched beans from collecting in the roaster. Additionally, stirring the beans will help keep them from sticking to the sides of the roasting chamber.
The fourth step in this process is cooling the beans. After achieving the desired temperature, the beans are quickly cooled while being constantly stirred. This helps preserve the flavor and aroma of the fresh-roasted beans. The beans are stirred constantly to ensure they cool evenly. Once the beans have cooled to room temperature, they are ready for packaging.
The final step of bagging up this locally roasted bag of coffee is to seal the coffee. This helps preserve the freshness of the coffee. The bag is then labeled with the roast level and the date it was roasted. Finally, the bag is packaged and sent to the store for our customers.
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