100% Gourmet Grade 1 Arabica Coffee Beans?
We offer 100% high-grown Arabica varietals from locations all over the world. Each gourmet coffee is inspected and certified according to specific standards of each region to be qualified as gourmet coffee!
We Never Mix in Robusta Coffee Beans?
Most other coffee companies mix a cheap coffee bean with their coffees to increase their bottom line. The problem with doing this is Robusta Coffee Beans are know to add a bitter taste to their coffee. We feel it is better to give a customer a truly amazing coffee and retain our customers rather then look for new customers each month?
Who does the buying for Blue Macaw Coffee?
We are a family owned and operated business; we take great pride in our coffees. Please allow me to introduce my wife, she is a true Coffee Hunter. She was born & raised in the coffee producing region of Nicaragua. As a small child she remembers helping her father pick coffee for the local co-operative. She started learning about coffee over 30 years ago when her dad took her to work with him. She learned how to spot the attributes of a high quality coffee bean as a young child; she is a true coffee hunter. Darling now travels to most of the countries we source our coffees from as our companies Coffee Hunter & buyer.
Who is your Roast-Master?
Please allow me to introduce myself; my name is Gary I'm proud to be our roast master I learned the art of roasting coffee in Costa Rica for six years where I studied & mastered the art of roasting. After returning to America we opened Blue Macaw Coffee Roasters. Our company combines old world coffee roasting techniques along with high tech digital roasting technologies of 3 small batch Probat P12 Roasters. That’s why so many coffee shops are now severing their customers our coffees.
How is the best way to store my coffee?
There are many popular misconceptions on how to store your fresh roasted coffee! The enemies of roasted coffee are moisture, air, light, and heat. Storing your coffee away from them will keep it fresher longer. Therefore, an airtight container stored in a cool, dry, dark place is the best way to store and maintain the freshness of your coffee.