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We are an independent father and son micro-roaster with a small but might roastery in Pickering, Ontario that custom roasts premium specialty coffees from around the world.

The Science of Achieving Perfectly Roasted Coffee

The Science of Achieving Perfectly Roasted Coffee

Welcome to our cozy corner of the web where perfectly roasted coffee reigns supreme. In today's post, we're digging into the fascinating world of coffee roasting. Get ready, this journey will transform the way you see your cup of joe!   From Humble Beginnings...

Join Our Coffee Journey: Finding Trebilcock Coffee Near You

Join Our Coffee Journey: Finding Trebilcock Coffee Near You

Greetings, fellow coffee enthusiasts! Today, we're extending an exciting invitation: come on a delightful quest to discover our meticulously crafted Trebilcock coffee in your neighbourhood. Are you seeking a café to grab a quick cup, a restaurant for a relaxed coffee...

The Benefits of Freshly Roasted Coffee: Why Quality Matters

The Benefits of Freshly Roasted Coffee: Why Quality Matters

As a fellow coffee lover, you know that the taste and aroma of your morning cup depend on a variety of factors, from the quality of the beans to the brewing method. But did you know that the freshness of your coffee beans also plays a crucial role in determining the...

The Coffee Belt: Where the World’s Best Coffee Grows

The Coffee Belt: Where the World’s Best Coffee Grows

Did you know that the equator is where the world’s best coffee grows? The region around the equator is home to some of the world's most notable coffee-growing countries. This is mainly because the warm climate, fertile soil, and ample rainfall create the perfect...

Coffee Guide: How Altitude Shapes the Flavour of Coffee

Coffee Guide: How Altitude Shapes the Flavour of Coffee

Have you ever wondered how altitude affects the flavour of coffee? If so, keep reading! Altitude is a crucial factor in determining the flavour profile of coffee. The higher the altitude, the more complex and nuanced the flavour becomes. This is because coffee plants...