Greater Things Roasters is a micro batch specialty coffee roastery and café based in Coxsackie, New York. They believe in providing the highest-quality, freshest coffee possible in a responsible and ethically-sourced way. The freshest coffee possible, delivered straight to you.

Some Of The Greater Things Roasters Products:

Costa Rica – La Magnolia
This Central American coffee originates from the famed Hacienda La Minta farm of the Tre Rios region of Cost Rica. This coffee is shade grown without the use of insecticides at an altitude of 4,000 to 6,500 feet. This crop has undergone a wet process and has been sun-dried, giving it a clean and low acidity taste; the perfect everyday cup of joe. Sweet and floral, this medium bodied coffee is delicate with flavors of citrus, maple, caramel and honeysuckle. To bring out the best features in this varietal, we medium roast this coffee.

New Excelsior Espresso Blend
Underneath the shield of the New York State seal, a banner reads “Excelsior,” a Latin word commonly translated as “Ever Upward.” We are incredibly proud of the forward motion this blend represents in development of a local coffee movement. Roasted to a Medium/City Roast, it doubles for both brewed coffee and espresso applications.

DECAF – Costa Rica – La Magnolia
We now have available our Costa Rica La Magnolia Shade Grown coffee available in Decaf using the certified Swiss Water® Process. The Swiss Water® Process uses pure green coffee extract and proprietary carbon technology to remove caffeine from green coffee beans. Swiss Water® has specified the pore size of the carbon to match the caffeine molecule to ensure only the caffeine is trapped when the caffeine is captured from the green coffee extract. The Swiss Water® Process is Shade Grown and 100% chemical-free.

Honduras – La Paz
In the Honduran department of La Paz, known as “the site of the stone” by the native Lenca people, there are two main ecosystems: cloud forest and pine forest. This region, located in southwest Honduras near the border with El Salvador, is also where the city of Lauterique is situated. Five years ago, a group of smallholder coffee farmers established a wet mill there. Currently, 19 coffee farmers bring their primarily Lempira and IHCAFE-90 coffee beans to the mill in the late afternoon during harvest. The beans undergo depulping and 8-10 hours of fermentation. Afterward, the coffee is washed and dried either on patios or in solar dryers, depending on the volume and weather conditions. We taste caramel, chocolate, and a hint of grape

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