The Best Fresh Roasted Coffee
Our purpose at Copper Door Coffee Roasters is to provide you with the best possible fresh roasted coffee—coffee that reflects tradition and craftsmanship practiced around the world over hundreds of years.
We craft-roast only small batches, at most only 8 pounds at a time. We use honest, all American-made equipment, and roast your coffee only after your order has been placed, so it reaches you at the peak of freshness. Our fresh roasted coffee is crafted using digital sensors that allow us to diligently track temperature shifts as fine as 1 degree. That slight, nearly imperceptible variance can make all the difference between a coffee that’s soothing and owns a pleasurably complex flavor, and one that’s overwhelming and indiscernible. Yet the art of the roasting process is preserved, as every batch is monitored by hand, eye, ear and nose, using the senses more than technology to deliver you the perfect bean and a great cup of coffee.
We could certainly talk about this all day. Rather, we invite you to take a sip and savor the difference of Copper Door Coffee.
We only sell the real, 16oz pounds of beans! Would you settle for an 8oz beer or a 6oz steak? Then why settle for less than a pound of coffee?
Hannah takes her years of experience as a barista and café manager into the roasting room. As a literature professor and mother of two, she is dedicated to public education and relies on exceptional coffee every day. Owning Copper Door Coffee Roasters gives Hannah the chance to blend creativity and science to bring you fresh roasted coffee.
Quality Beans= Quality Coffee
Exceptional coffee relies on a series of best practices – from soils to sunlight, harvest and drying, to roasting and storage and using the proper water. We select our raw beans from around the world through the most discerning suppliers in the US so you can be sure that we will bring you the best cup of coffee possible.
Green Power ’cause we care
Copper Door Coffee is fresh roasted using 100 percent locally produced wind power. Our sense of community responsibility, rather than an attempt to be fashionable, drove our choice to fuel our roasting processes with this environmentally conscious resource.