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Hand-Crafted Coffee Small Batch ROASTING

Handcrafted coffee is a process that involves many steps and a personal attention to detail, And that is how we do Coffee at River Market Roasting. The cornerstone of our business is built on sustainability, quality, consistency, and freshness.  Our Roasting starts with only Specialty-Grade coffee beans that are sustainably sourced.  From here we are committed to small-batch roasting, this allows us to carefully control the roast profile, creating an evenly roasted, high quality coffee beans that have retained their natural taste notes.  And because we roast in small batches, we roast Fresh, the end product is a perfectly-smooth, delicious cup every time.

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Roasted Just For You 🤎

At River Market Roasting Company (RMROCO), we’re passionate about coffee like we are passionate about Roasting Coffee. That means we expect more from our beans than just a killer jolt of caffeine. Our dedication to roasting expertise, unrivaled freshness, modern convenience, and fair pricing allows us to bring you the best coffee imaginable. By trading directly with you online, we ensure orders travel straight from our roaster to your doorstep. That way, your coffee arrives as close to its roast date as possible.

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WHAT IS COLD BREW? AND WHY IS IT SO GOOD!

First things first: iced coffee is not cold brew. Cold brew includes a more meticulous process than adding ice or cold water to your coffee. Iced coffee can also be prepared within minutes while cold brew requires patience as the brewing process takes literal hours. Cold Brew coffee is made from coffee beans that have been steeped in cold water for 12 to 24 hours. During this time, its flavour, caffeine content and sugars are extracted. The steeping process is to ensure you don’t end up with a bitter tasting coffee. The soluble compounds including the oils and acids that give hot beverages its signature taste and aroma are less easily released in cold water than in hot water, hence the use of more coffee ground relative to water and a longer infusion time. Cold Brew coffee is different to your regular iced coffee which is made by pouring hot brewed coffee over ice. What Makes Cold Brew So Good Flavor. Since no heat is introduced to the beans during the brewing process, the coffee you get with cold brew is less bitter. This is because some compounds and other solubles in the beans that give it the gross bitter taste when over-extracted are not fully dissolved. Most of the time, the coffee you get from cold brew method have rich, sweet, fruity or nutty flavor depending on the beans that you use. Acidity. Cold brew coffee tastes much sweeter than regular coffee because it has approximately 67% less acidity than a hot brew. Cold brew can be just as full-bodied and smooth as a hot beverage, but without any bitter aftertastes. It allows for a different flavour profile to appear. When produced cold, the oils and acid that accompany hot coffees are softened The result is a stronger flavour profile...

Did You Know That Coffee Tastes Different Around the World?

When drinking your next cup of coffee, take a moment to reflect on where it originated from. See if you can identify the flavors and aromas that represent its country of origin, the rainfall, sunlight, and farmers that worked to create this caffeinated masterpiece for you.