Coeur d'Alene Whole Bean Coffee
All I wanted was some super fresh Coeur d’Alene Whole Bean Coffee. I looked high and low. I looked at every coffee shop in the area. I checked out the drive thru’s. I shopped the grocery stores. I even checked out the health food stores. I couldn’t even find a bag of coffee with the roast date on it.
Did you know that all coffee starts going stale and bitter in just a few weeks. Yet, a vast majority of the coffee sold in this country has been sitting in warehouses or on store shelves for months if not years. What passes for coffee in this country wouldn’t be fed to the dogs in Europe or Central America.
Coeur d’Alene Whole Bean Coffee
With this deplorable situation, what’s a poor coffee lover to do? I guess, start roasting coffee myself. That was the beginning of Lake City Coffee. We wanted to offer the very best Coeur d’Alene Whole Bean Coffee. We roast exactly what we like. We start with our favorite beans. We source the best Central American coffee beans that money can buy. Every coffee bean comes from the same country, the same region, the same co-op, the same farmer, and the same field. No “blends” here.
Then we lightly roast our select beans. There’s nothing sadder than coffee roasters that take high quality beans and then burn them. If you’re going to drink burnt coffee beans, then you might as well save yourself some money and just buy Kingsford charcoal instead.
Now here’s the secret of our super smooth coffee. It’s fresh. Yep, that’s it. Ever order we receive through Sunday night gets roasted and shipped early on Monday morning. Our motto is “From Our Roaster to Your Table In 24 Hours”. For those customers not in the Inland Northwest, it might take 48 hours. Did you notice that we measure freshness by the hour. In fact, we hand write the roast date on the coffee bag.
Talking about the coffee bag. When you buy our coffee, we want that coffee experience to be no different than your great grand-pappy had in 1890. Back then, roasting your own coffee was the norm and then brewing it right away. Roasted coffee was never stored more than a week. And guess what. Compared to today’s industrial coffee, your great grand-pappy’s coffee was amazing. Smooth, never bitter, no acid, with a natural sweetness. Just guess what kind of container your great grand-pappy brought home holding his fresh coffee? You guessed it. A paper tin-tie bag. Just like we use.
I’m guessing that you would prefer no chemicals in your coffee. Neither do we. Trust me when I say that as a coffee roaster, you’d be hard pressed to find a better Coeur d’Alene Whole Bean Gourmet Coffee than you’ll find here at Lake City Coffee.
From Our Roaster To Your Table in 24 Hours
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