From Farm to Cup

Our Master Roasters have carefully sourced 100% Brazilian, 100% Arabica coffee from the Cerrado Minas Gerais region, recognized for its unique dry process which delivers a smooth, mild and less acidic cup profile. The soft-bodied taste is perfectly suited for your first, second or last cup of the day.

How our coffee is Made?

Growing Coffee

Coffee Fields in bloom. These blooms tell of good things to come in a few months. Every year as the trees blossom and fruit begins to grow, our farmers stay busy keeping weeds under control, feeding the coffee trees, and doing everything they can to ensure a quality crop of coffee cherries. The more personal care each tree receives, the better they produce.


Harvesting and Processing

The berries are harvested by a machine or picked by hand. In order to get the beans out, the fruit of the berry needs to be removed and after that the beans need to be processed. 

When the processing is done, the beans are sorted. All of the bad beans are thrown out and the good ones are put in bags and shipped. At this point they are called “green coffee beans.” However, there is one final step, roasting the beans.


The roasting process is essential and the final step in coffee production. It requires the perfect timing and setting of temperature to provide the perfect product. While the beans roast, they will split and their coating will be released.

You can buy your beans already roasted, but for the freshest experience, many people prefer to roast their own.

Shipping, Grinding, and Brewing

Once the roasting is completed for a batch of beans the finished product is ready to be shipped. 

Everyone serves their coffee in various ways. While in the United States many people brew their coffee in coffee pots. Coffee is more than just the final brewing process. It is a lengthy process which starts as a simple coffee berry and eventually finds its final destination in the cups of coffee consumers all around the world.