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Great Coffee for Everyone

At Rotor Head our coffee starts fresh, and is roasted on demand to bring you the best cup of coffee possible. We offer a custom roast experience with a coffee subscription. Everyone has different tastes when it comes to coffee so you pick the coffee and level of roast. So why not have coffee roasted specially for you. 


Coffees of the World


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1. Ethiopia

Ethiopia tops the list every year, probably because it’s coffee’s birthplace. The plant’s native landscape gives its growth an advantage over production in other countries where coffee isn’t native. Coffee grows wild across Ethiopia and is rarely subject to plant rust or other diseases.

The country produces 3.98 million bags of coffee annually. Ethiopia’s specialty coffees taste syrupy due to dry processing methods that leave coffee’s skin intact.

2. Colombia

Colombia holds a bounty of microclimates that give each coffee unique flavor profiles. Close to the equator, Colombia experiences two coffee harvesting seasons, making it one of the primary producers of coffee. The country’s also famous for its microlots from small coffee producers who grow, harvest, process and dry their own coffee instead of handing the product off to the mill or a cooperative.

3. Guatemala

Guatemala’s climate makes for perfect coffee production and different flavor profiles in volcanic soil and tropical climates. The rainfall, soil, humidity, temperature and altitude are varied enough to produce seven unique kinds of Guatemalan Arabica coffee: Antigua, Fraijanes Plateau, Rainforest Cobán, Highland Huehuetenango, Atitlan, Volcan San Marcos and Oriente regional coffees.

4. Kenya

The acidic soil in highlands of central Kenya, just the right amount of sunlight and rainfall provide excellent conditions for growing coffee plants. Coffee from Kenya is of the 'Colombia mild' type, and is well known for its intense flavor, full body, and pleasant aroma with notes of cocoa and high grade coffee from Kenya is one of the most sought-after coffees in the world.  Farms in Kenya often use a mix of varieties called SL-28 and SL-34. Which have proven year after year to produce exceptional coffee. They were originally developed by Scott Laboratories decades ago, with the intent of being disease-resistant. But they also happened to be exceptional in flavor.

5. Burundi

Burundi is a small and mountainous landlocked country in east-central Africa, situated between Rwanda, Tanzania, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. East Africa is well-known for producing high-quality coffee and Burundi is not an exception. While the yield here, compared to other African countries, is very small, Burundi coffee farmers pay exceptional attention to detail.  You can expect a clean delicate flavor, rich body, and bright acidity.

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