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!


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."

» From Kenneth Davids,
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Costa Rica La Reserva Presidente

Grown in the rich, high-altitude volcanic soil of Central America. It is well-balanced and silky-bodied, featuring a delicious chocolaty aroma. From the highland finca La Reserva Presidente.

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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

claifornia caturra December 16, 2014
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Well, they said it couldn’t be done. I was quite skeptical. But Kenneth Davids of, that illustrious organ, has rated Good Land Organic’s California-grown Caturra sample 91 points. That’s high. I can’t even believe it. It’s grown in Goleta, which is near Santa Barbara, and costs $27 for five ounces, or $86.40 per pound…. continue reading »

puebloapueblo October 16, 2014

Los Meses Flacos: Seasonal Hunger in the Coffeelands

  Today is World Food Day, and we would like to take this opportunity to talk about coffee-related food scarcity. Coffee is harvested at various times throughout the year, depending on where it is grown. The harvest period in any region lasts a few months (in some countries, like Colombia and Kenya, there are two… continue reading »

Roasted_Coffee_Beans_Texture October 14, 2014
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On Blending

Blending coffee is a rather contentious issue, but it’s important, so I’m going to wade into the fray. As coffee sourcing becomes more transparent, and as more and more high-quality single origins become available, blending has been cast in an almost suspicious light—as if the only serious coffee is a rarified single origin. I beg… continue reading »