After ten years of service in the United States Navy, I worked a few odd jobs around Colorado. From my time in the Navy, and the different jobs I worked there was this one constant that kept grabbing my attention; Bad Coffee! I have traveled the world, and had the opportunity to sample many of the world’s assorted coffees and I just couldn’t get over the fact that everyone around me was satisfied with the same old out of a bucket coffee.
The problem with that bucket of coffee, is in order to make it taste remotely respectable one must put twice as much coffee grounds as should be needed into the coffee maker. It may seem like that’s acceptable because of the low cost of that type of coffee. However, are you really saving money, and are you really satisfied with that cup you drink every morning? The answer to both of those questions is, NO! You’re using twice the grounds to get a cup of coffee that is something between water and mud.
I decided enough is enough, and bought a local coffee roasting company no longer in the business and created Mountain Air Roasters. I import coffee beans from over a dozen diverse countries from around the world, and roast them to perfection for your enjoyment in every cup. I have also put my unique twist in your favorite flavored coffee, and some new ones that are sure to grab your attention.
If you would like to learn more on how that air roasting process works, please visit: Air Roasted Coffee