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Indie Coffee Roasters

At Indie Coffee Roasters, we’re motivated by coffee, community, and collaboration. We take great pride in every aspect of our work, from the biggest to the smallest details. Our team is more than a group of employees, we’re like family, and we work together toward a common goal: making Indie Coffee Roasters the best it can be.

When it comes to creating great coffee, each step of the supply chain matters. We consider every aspect of our coffee selections, including questions you might never think to ask like: What kind of soil did this coffee grow in? How was it harvested and processed? What is the climate like where this coffee was farmed? Many people focus primarily on the final step--How was the coffee roasted? How should it be brewed?--and those are equally important questions, but there is so much more to it than that!

Of course, the roasting process is incredibly important too, and some of the most important work we do. We consider our roasting process to be a perfect blend of art and science as we roast with precision to capture the flavors in each of our carefully-sourced coffees.

In addition to bringing great coffee to our community, building relationships is at the core of who we are. We work directly with coffee producers whenever possible and ensure that our coffee sourcing is transparent and beneficial for every person in the supply chain. We love to celebrate our coffee producers as we wouldn’t be here without them. Whether we’re connecting with our regulars who frequent our coffee shop locations and wholesale partners who serve our coffee from their own locations or learning all we can about our amazing coffee producers all around the world, from start to finish, coffee is all about community.

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