Papua New Guinea Peaberry Coffee

 Balanced, complex , caramel, chocolate undertones with a long spicy sweet finish.

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El Salvador Natural Los Andes

Our Coffee is socially responsible, Finca Sabanetas

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Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Washed Kochere Coffee

Elegant, with floral citrus notes.

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Costa Rican La Minita Coffee

Elegant, with notes of chocolate and a sweet finish

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Kenya Nyeri Kiaguthu Peaberry Coffee

Savory, dry citric acidity, brown sugar ,plum, honey sweet

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Sulawesi Toarco Jaya Peaberry

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Balance of floral sweetness with earthy character and a milk chocolate marshmallow-like body .

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Premium Flavored Coffee

WE only roast and flavor on order.

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Moore Coffee and Tea is a premium organic coffee  roaster.  We roast premium coffee in small batches, ensuring that every type of coffee that we sell is developed to its highest degree of flavor and potential.

Our Private Reserve Coffee

Roasters Reserve

Coffee’s offered here  are very special and limited. Our roast profile for these coffee offering range from medium light  to  a medium roast.  We watch and listen to the beans to bring out the best that each origin has to offer.

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Our Organic Coffee

Organic Coffee

Certified  USDA Organic,  we are proud to bring you socially responsible  coffee from around the world.  Our farmers use the best  environmentally friendly methods.  Each batch of  coffee is freshly roasted, packaged and shipped for freshness. Buy our Best Organic Coffee!

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Home Roasting

Home coffee roasting has been a growing trend to and is increasing.   In his classic Home Coffee Roasting, James Beard Award nominated Kenneth Davids reveals the secrets to simple, quality home roasting.  Buy our Best green coffee offering!

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Coffee and your Health

Coffee and your Health

(Reuters Health) – In a 10-year U.S. study, people who drank coffee regularly were less likely to die of many causes, including heart disease and diabetes, than those who didn’t drink coffee at all. The more coffee study participants consumed, the lower their risk of dying, and decaf drinkers showed a similar pattern. “Coffee contains numerous biologically active compounds, including phenolic acids, potassium, and caffeine,” said lead author Dr. Erikka Loftfield of the National Cancer Institute in Rockville, Maryland. Many studies have found that coffee consumption is associated with lower risk of overall and heart-related mortality, Loftfield told Reuters Health by email. The researchers used data from a previous study on 90,317 adults without cancer or history of cardiovascular disease who were followed from 1998 through 2009. They had reported their coffee intake, along with other dietary and health details, at the start of the study. By 2009, about 8,700 people had died. After accounting for other factors like smoking, the researchers found that coffee drinkers were less likely to have died during the study than nondrinkers. The risk of death was lowest for those who drank four to five cups of coffee per day. A similar association was seen among drinkers of decaffeinated coffee as well, according to the results in American Journal of Epidemiology. Coffee drinkers had a reduced risk of death from heart disease, chronic respiratory diseases, diabetes, pneumonia and influenza and suicide, but not cancer, the researchers found. “Although coffee drinking has also been inversely associated with incidence of certain cancers, like liver, in epidemiological studies, we did not observe an association between coffee and... read more

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