Brooklyn Roasting CompanyThe Brooklyn Roasting Company offers New Yorkers best quality Fair Trade, Rainforest Alliance, and Organic certified and sustainable coffees.
Brooklyn Roasting Company25 Jay St Brooklyn, NY 11201
The Brooklyn Roasting Company offers New Yorkers best quality Fair Trade, Rainforest Alliance, and Organic certified and sustainable coffees.
We buy superbly flavorful certified coffees because we think that’s the best way to ensure that farmers (and by that we don’t just mean people who own farms) receive fair payment for the crops they grow and harvest. To guarantee truly exemplary cup quality, we rigorously taste all of our coffees before deciding whether or not to buy them, and again before they ship whenever possible. We roast the beans we purchase in small batches in our Loring Kestrel 1/2 bag roaster –the most advanced small-scale commercial roaster available — to “dial in” the perfect roast and most ideal cup profile. We taste the coffee again. We know that what we package for sale to our customers is delicious because we’ve built a quality control system that our own tastebuds tell us works. We’re certainly not the only coffee company offering delicious coffees, there are others. But we’re also pretty serious about “green thinking:” recycled materials and refurbished equipment use, clean-powered distribution, and old-fashioned friendliness. We’re not really coffee snobs, we’re just very dedicated coffee lovers that only settle for the best.
Doubling down on BRC cold brew. Enjoy this beautiful weather, New Yorkers!
Our Coffee of the Month is Peru High Grown Andes. With tasting notes of caramel, butter crust and chocolate, this medium roast single origin is grown at Coop Sol y Café. The co-op was originally formed to collectively make agronomic and economic decisions. They continue to work towards the sustainability of their crops and development for the future by maintaining the Fair Trade certification. On sale all month, Peru offers a well-balanced, clean cup with a buttery mouthfeel and citrusy acidity. Check it out at www.brooklynroasting.com
BRC's Jim Munson featured in Crain's New York Business! Read the article: Brooklyn Brewery alumnus switches to roasting coffee locally http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article/20180404/SMALLBIZ/180409961/gotham-gigs-brooklyn-brewery-alumnus-switches-to-roasting-coffee …