Rowlett Coffee Roastery is truly a Rowlett Family Business and we appreciate your support!
Rowlett Coffee Roastery can be found at two Farmers Markets this year - The Rockwall Farmers Market in Rockwall, TX and The Public Farmers Market at Firewheel Shopping Center in Garland, TX.
If you are hoping for some fresh roasted coffee beans in your Easter basket, use promo code SPRING10 for $2 off a pound of Rowlett Coffee Roastery’s fresh roasted coffee beans!
We deliver our delicious beans to your Rowlett address with no shipping fees! Visit http://www.rowlettcoffeeroastery.com/purchase-coffee-beans/ to place your order today!
We also offer a subscription service so you will never run out of our delicious beans. Sign up here: http://www.rowlettcoffeeroastery.com/coffee-bean-delivery-…/ Delivery to your Rowlett address is always free and you may cancel any time. Use promo code SPRING10 for $2 off your first pound!
Promo code valid through April 30, 2017
We thank you for your support!
Good morning, fellow coffee lovers! Nothing says “I Love You!” like delicious fresh roasted coffee!
For the entire month of February, you can take $2.00 off your first order from Rowlett's local coffee roaster, Rowlett Coffee Roastery (that’s only $10 for your first pound of artisan coffee!). Use promo code: LOVERCR
You can give your Valentine a Rowlett Coffee Roastery subscription and have fresh roasted coffee beans delivered to him or her on a monthly basis http://www.rowlettcoffeeroastery.com/coffee-bean-delivery-subscriptions/
Or, just give a pound http://www.rowlettcoffeeroastery.com/purchase-coffee-beans/ Whole bean or ground, organic or conventional – we have it all and it is all delicious!
As always, we thank you for your support!
If you live in Rowlett, TX, you can order a pound of Rowlett Coffee Roastery's coffee beans!
Everyone should be able to make a delicious full bodied cup of coffee at home. And, once you learn the ABCs of brewing you can be your own Bartista.
Here's the scoop: When I receive a new shipment of coffee beans, I'm going to hold an informal workshop on brewing basics to get people excited about the new coffee.
RCR's Brewing Basics Workshop covers:
- Coffee Beans
- Whole Beans
- H20 Temp
- Ratio Beans to Water
- Pour-Over W/ Chemex
- French Press
Let's build a slow brew coffee community in Rowlett! For an RSVP send me an email at email@example.com
When one drinks a cup a coffee we rarely think about the people who picked the fruit. Coffee is grown in remote areas in developing countries where these people live under difficult circumstances. Unfortunately, there are unscrupulous people in the coffee business that exploit these people in the name of profit.
I’ve made a conscious decision to search out coffee importers that see value in paying a fair price for coffee beans and invest in these communities to create employment, raise family income and reduce poverty. I believe this is a sustainable business practice.
Our Guatemalan Huehuetengo Santiago is purchased from a coffee importer that is committed to a sustainable business model. This is a small but important step in the right direction for a sustainable business model.
Keep It Fresh!
Opening up a bag of freshly roasted coffee beans and smelling its delicious aromas is one of life’s simple pleasures. Unfortunately, its freshness is fleeing. For peak freshness it has a life span of 2 to 3 weeks.
To maintain your beans freshness is simple. You want to decrease air movement, limit temperature fluctuations, and avoid exposure to light. Here’s a simple solution: a jar with a lid. A mason jar, colored glass with a large mouth is ideal. There’s no need for fancy gizmos.