Get Your Coffee Direct From the Roaster – It’s All About the Benefits

Let me tell you that I always get my coffee direct from the source. I don’t need a middleman to slow down timely shipment of my Java fix. I say this because coffee beans are at peak flavor just after they are roasted. Once they are roasted, the flavor and aroma will only start to diminish. That’s why it’s critical to get your coffee beans as quickly as you can after roasting if you want to enjoy coffee the way it’s supposed to be. Sadly, a lot of us drink supermarket coffee and think that’s all there is. But this stuff has been ground and sitting around for months losing flavor. After you open the can, enjoy the first whiff you get because the flavor will be all but gone by the time you start to drink your first cup.

Eliminate the middleman and go straight to the source for your coffee. Buy coffee direct from the roaster. First you need to figure out what kinds of coffee you like best: dark, light, blend, or something else? You can find anything you like online. In fact there are so many coffee distributers online it’s really difficult to pick just one. Try searching by your favorite coffee. If you like Kona coffees, do a search for it. Pick the closest distributor to you so the beans will arrive as quickly as possible for a yummy taste and smell of coffee goodness. Some coffees, though, are exotic and have to be flown from a distance. My favorite comes from Hawaii so until I move there it’s going to have to come to me.

You may think, “Sure, this all sounds great. But what about price?” You can actually save yourself a lot of money by buying coffee direct. I’m talking about less than supermarket price! You heard me right, you can actually pay less than supermarket prices for better coffee shipped right to your door. All you have to do is buy in bulk, about 10 to 25 pounds of coffee, and you’ll see the difference adding up. If you’re a big coffee drinker, then you won’t have a problem with ordering this much coffee. I don’t, because I just love my coffee. I have no problems drinking about 4 cups every day, and there is just no substitute for it. Tea or other drinks just don’t have the same taste or aroma, and they don’t leave me as richly contented as a fresh cup of steaming hot coffee does.

Oct 17th, 2015 | Posted in Coffee
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