Tag: Coffee Facts

Charleston Coffee Roasters Holiday Blend

Every year our team at Charleston Coffee Roasters is excited for the arrival of the holiday season and our Holiday Blend coffee! Of course we love all of the festivities, parties, and gifts of the season, which are all perfect opportunities to share our coffee with friends and family. But we especially look forward to […]

Charleston Coffee Roasters - How to Make Pourover Coffee

It seems like there is always a new gadget or trend in coffee brewing. We are all for innovation, but sometimes the simplest tried and true methods are still the best. Pourover coffee falls into this category, and we find ourselves often going back to this classic coffee brewing method. Pourover coffee is certainly one […]

Charleston Coffee Roasters - Ways to Use Coffee - Jute Coffee Bags

We know you love drinking coffee as much as we do. But coffee is an amazing product in many ways, not just in its drinkable form. From the jute bags that coffee comes in, to the by-products of the roasting process, and even to the grounds left over after brewing, coffee is truly a versatile […]

At Charleston Coffee Roasters, we slowly roast all our coffees to order. We start with Specialty Grade Arabica beans (we never use robusta), which are carefully selected from farms around the globe. These farms maintain traditional, sustainable growing practices. We then hand roast slowly, in small batches (learn more about our roasting process here). Each […]

Are you as obsessed with coffee as we are? How well do you know your coffee knowledge? Test yourself with our coffee facts from A-Z! AA Capital letters usually indicate the grade, or size of a bean, ie. Kenya AA. AA is Kenya’s highest grade involving large beans and a limit on the number of […]

Charleston Coffee Roasters Sea Turtle Logo

Every summer on the beaches of South Carolina, the home of Charleston Coffee Roasters, the loggerhead turtles return to nest year after year. It is a much-loved tradition, with scores of volunteers walking the beaches morning and night searching for nests of turtle eggs. Once a nest is found, it is secured so that they […]

Coffee grows best in remote parts of the tropics, between the Tropic of Capricorn and the Tropic of Cancer. The ideal microclimate for coffee is volcanic soil at frost-free altitudes of 4,000–6,000 feet with moderate rainfall and plenty of sunshine. The coffee tree produces green cherries, which turn bright red as they ripen over a […]

Charleston Coffee Roasters - Swiss Water Process Logo

We get it. Sometimes you want a great tasting cup of coffee, just minus the caffeine. Didn’t we say that we were obsessed with coffee? Well, we are proud to sell the best quality decaffeinated coffee available, using the SWISS WATER® Process. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? The SWISS WATER Process is a 100% chemical free […]

Charleston Coffee Roasters - History of Coffee

The history of coffee is as rich as the brew itself! The first coffee plants are said to have come from the Horn of Africa on the shores of the Red Sea. Originally, coffee beans were taken as a food and not as a beverage. East African tribes would grind the coffee cherries together, mixing the […]

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