Espresso Strata

"Dark chocolate, fresh-cut cedar, peach-like fruit, orange zest in aroma and small cup. Full, syrupy mouthfeel. Chocolate carries into a resonant though drying finish. Retains its rather massive mouthfeel and cedary chocolate in three parts milk, though shows best in taller milk."

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Organic/Fair Trade Guatemala Nahualá

A sweet, wonderfully-balanced coffee grown by the 126-family Nahualá cooperative in southwestern Guatemala. It’s got plenty of the complexity and intensity one looks for in a good Guatemala: honeyish sweetness with light body, tangy stonefruit brightness, and a long, hazelnut finish. Roasted Medium+.

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Red Rock Roasters is a family-owned specialty coffee roaster based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Our job is to conscientiously source the best green coffees in the world and roast them with the care and professionalism they deserve, so that we can share what is so remarkable about great coffee with our local community—that’s you. Come on in and have a look at our store and our blog!

Our Coffee

coffee beansRed Rock Roasters is located 5,163 feet above sea level. At high altitudes such as these, coffee can be roasted slower and at lower temperatures than at sea level. This results in excellent development in the bean without scorching or baking. We hot-air roast our meticulously selected specialty coffees daily. From fascinating single origin coffees to original blends, we’ve got coffee to suit all tastes.

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Our Tea

teaOur fine tea selection covers the range from black and green teas to herbal and fruit infusions (tisanes) in either tea bags or in loose leaf form.

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Our Accessories

coffee millOur curated collection of tools and accessories for storing, preparing, and consuming coffee and tea. We value quality and design and only offer products we’ve tested and approved ourselves.

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From the Blog

July 1, 2016

Declare your independence from corporate coffee. What independent roasters bring to coffee culture.

In honor of July 4th, I wanted to take a moment to talk about my personal independence from corporate coffee and why I think it’s important that the benefits of buying independent coffee are understood. What does independence mean in coffee terms? The retail value of the U.S. coffee market is estimated to be $48… continue reading »

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Light Roast Good…Dark Roast Baaaaaaaaaaad

Or: the Agnostic Roaster vs. the Orthodox Roaster That’s right. Contemporary coffee culture is so outrageously reactionary and ideological that this memorable line (read in a sheep’s bleat) from George Orwell’s classic extended analogy for Soviet Communism fits my criticism. Since you probably read Animal Farm in eighth grade or so, I’ll refresh you. “Four… continue reading »

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COFFEE BUZZ: Ethiopia Sidamo

While we’re waiting for our new crop of Ethiopia Yirgacheffe to come in, we bought this new lot of Ethiopia Sidamo on spot! We are very pleased. It is a washed coffee from Oromia, and it is made up of the heirloom crops of many smallholders. They pool their coffees together to be sold on… continue reading »

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