New year, new avenues. The Brown Coffee Company is pleased as punch to announce some of our recent coffee partnerships. In November we began selling coffee and gear at Amazon.com and have begun getting some good traction there. This week we are happy to let you know we have begun collaborating with Roaste.com. We’re pumped about both of these developments and want to encourage you to check us out via those avenues. Amazon offers a price discount and discounted shipping, while Roaste offers free shipping. Both have very good about advertising for us. One recent Roaste customer had this (lovely if long) review on us:
I am surprised that there has not been another blog post about this recent addition to the roasters here at Roaste, Brown Coffee Co. I know it seems like there is always a new roaster starting to sell here, but thought I would take it upon myself to welcome them because I was very happy to see them here yesturday and have already ordered a bag from them.
The reason that I know of Brown Coffee Co is because they are based in San Antonio and one of my friends happens to have family that lives there. As you may have guessed they have been kind enough to bring a bag of coffee back from Brown Coffee Co a few times over the past year and have been impressed each time they come back with a bag for me.
If my own personal recommendation was not enough for you, they were highlighted on Serious Eats last year as one of the 5 Small-But-Mighty Coffee Roasters to Seek out. The list that you see also had them with other roasters that people have talked about here including Handsome Coffee Roasters, and Wreckingball Roasters. I have also heard very good things about barismo, which made that list as well. If you are only as good as the company you keep then this roaster is doing a very good job in being mentioned with these others.
I also took the opportunity to look through the Brown Coffe Co website and was very impressed to see that they are hosting one of their growers for a Q&A. To me this made my eyes bug out a little bit because it just shows me how committed they are to keeping relations with their growers, which is probably going to translate to the cup.
Unforunately since the last time I had them was over the summer I cannot remember what exactly I had, but needless to say I already have a bag on order with them and hope you guys do the same as they are not a roaster to overlook
All that to say, we are stoked to be moving into new avenues to provide a wider audience with our coffees.