theroasterie.com Archives - 07 December 2016, Wednesday

  • 5 Tips for brewing the best cup of coffee | The Pilot's Blog

    theroasterie.com 29 Oct '16, 8am

    Picture yourself in a fine restaurant in Venice, Italy. (Or better yet, in one of our fine Roasterie cafés, if Italy is a little more of stretch than your imagination allows.) Imagine ordering a cup of coffee and think of the sweet fragrance, the delicious, complex flavor, and the smo...

  • Espresso: Super Tuscan | The Roasterie Coffee

    theroasterie.com 29 Sep '16, 6pm

    Our Super Tuscan Espresso is the brainchild of The Roasterie’s founder Danny O’Neill and was developed with input from many of the most discerning taste buds in the specialty coffee business. Danny worked on this blend for months, taking it with him whenever he traveled to tasting com...

  • Reserve Coffee - Congo Sopacdi FTO

    theroasterie.com 13 Sep '16, 4pm

    The Republic of Congo has a long, tumultuous history of civil war and tribal conflict. Luckily, with the help of co-ops like this and people willing to work directly with and pay a fair price to farmers they are on their way back to building their communities. These factors also allow...

  • Events | Under the Plane at The Roasterie

    theroasterie.com 09 Aug '16, 2pm

    You've come to the right spot for all up to date information for our new event series! Check back often to learn how to get your hands on tickets, what non ticketed events we have coming up and general event information. For more information regarding the event series please email bra...

  • Stay cool in the summer heat with cold-brewed coffee | The Pilot's Blog

    theroasterie.com 21 Jul '16, 1pm

    Here at The Roasterie, iced coffee is an essential summer beverage. It’s cold, sweet, smooth, and so refreshing. There are a few things about cold-brew that are worthy to note. Cold-brewed coffee has a lower acidity level. The grounds never come into contact with the heat of the water...

  • The Coffee Cure: 11 Diseases Coffee Helps Prevent

    Coffee Cure: 11 Diseases Coffee Helps Prevent | The Pilot's Blog

    theroasterie.com 20 Feb '16, 5pm

    Believe it or not, coffee can cure many different diseases. Considered by many as the first “super food”, coffee is full of antioxidants that help cleanse toxins from our bodies—toxins that can cause life-threatening diseases. When coffee is paired with an anti-inflammatory, like Advi...

  • Reserve Coffee | The Roasterie Air Roasted Coffee

    theroasterie.com 28 Nov '15, 9pm

    From time to time we’re tipped off about an opportunity to acquire some very special coffee that only exists in a very limited quantity. These coffees don’t last long on our website, so if you see something you want to try, it’s best to act quickly. It’s also a good idea to come back ...

  • Coffee Gifts | The Roasterie Air Roasted Coffee

    theroasterie.com 27 Nov '15, 9pm

    Coffee gift sets: The Roasterie’s perfect packages Thoughtfully assembled coffee gift sets from The Roasterie help take the guesswork out of gift shopping. You’ll find the perfect package for whoever’s on your gift list.

  • Fall coffee and food pairings | The Pilot's Blog

    theroasterie.com 03 Nov '15, 2am

    As days get shorter and the mornings colder, our coffee get darker and our mugs get warmer. This fall, enjoy Kansas City’s gorgeous season with your favorite Roasterie coffee paired with delicious food. Below we’ve shared our favorite fall pairings for you to try as the weather gets a...

  • Signature Blend: Autumn Harvest | The Roasterie Coffee

    theroasterie.com 01 Sep '15, 3pm

    At The Roasterie, we are crazy about autumn. The brilliant, blazing colors of fall foliage here in Kansas City can be spectacular! So is the sight of a luminous harvest moon hanging over our beautiful skyline. As the nights grow longer, we seem to treasure morning even more. And on a ...

  • Where Did the Term “Cup of Joe” Come From? | The Pilot's Blog

    theroasterie.com 30 Aug '15, 5pm

    For most of us, coffee is a good friend (to some people, perhaps a best friend!). And like any friend, we’ve given it a few nicknames—battery acid, bean juice, brain juice, brew, A Cup of Juan Valdez’s Best, java, jitter juice, jet fuel, morning mud, liquid energy—the list goes on and...

  • Dark Line: Dark Mojo Dark Blend | The Roasterie Air Roasted Coffee

    theroasterie.com 15 Aug '15, 3pm

    Want to start your morning with gusto? Let our Dark Mojo Dark Blend put some swagger in your step. This blend is one dark coffee that is infamous for retaining its complexity despite its darker roast profile. So don’t let your tongue be fooled by first impressions. Tangy, spicy, zesty...

  • Signature Blend: Sporting | The Roasterie Air Roasted Coffee

    theroasterie.com 26 Jun '15, 2pm

    We often get the large bag of the City of Fountains Blend at Costco to save money and trips to the store but I often find myself pining for the smaller bags of Sporting Blend. Most recently we have brewed City of Fountains Blend on weekdays and Sporting Blend on weekends. I am always ...

  • Get dad what he really wants with Roasterie Cafe Gift Card. #HappyFathersDay

    $25 Café Gift Card | The Roasterie Air Roasted Coffee

    theroasterie.com 20 Jun '15, 9pm

    This gift card may only be used in The Roasterie Cafes. Gift cards may not be used for The Roasterie online store. A great Gift for those friends and family who love The Roasterie Café, or just love coffee and live in the Kansas City area. The Roasterie Café gives us the ability to ca...

  • Accounting Manager

    theroasterie.com 07 May '15, 1pm

    Maintain financial and accounting records in accordance with GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles) in a multi entity fast paced environment. Insure entity autonomy and inter company relationships are maintained. Complete month end processes in 5 business days including bank ...

  • Peru El Diamante - The Roasterie

    theroasterie.com 01 Mar '15, 3pm

    Although Peru is the 8th largest exporter of coffee in the world, it is rare to find coffees that are truly exceptional, mainly due to coffee rust and limited accessibility to remote growers. This coffee from El Diamante demonstrates an exception to this rule and is a shining example ...

  • About The Roasterie

    theroasterie.com 12 Feb '15, 2pm

    Get to know us: about The Roasterie Coffee isn’t just a beverage — it defines who we are and how we live. And for us, that means living life to the fullest and savoring every second. Join us, and let the adventure begin. We travel to the ends of the earth to find the best coffee beans...

  • What’s the Difference Between Robusta and Arabica Coffee? | The Pilot's Blog

    theroasterie.com 27 Jan '15, 4pm

    It’s time to put on your learning caps and brew yourself a fresh cup of coffee—it’s time for some bean knowledge! Coffee aficionados of all levels have without a doubt heard the words “Robusta ” or “Arabica ”. If you aren’t familiar with either, these two terms describe the two differ...

  • Life Saving Beans | The Pilot's Blog

    theroasterie.com 10 Jan '15, 4pm

    With New Year’s resolutions finally upon us and promises of healthier living bouncing around our heads, it can be overwhelming with a seemingly endless stream of “experts” insisting that you have to cut out one delicious thing after another. You end up wondering what is left to enjoy?...

  • Coffee Cantana Young Friends of the Lyric Opera : The Roasterie – Air Roasted Coffee

    theroasterie.com 11 Dec '14, 4pm

    10% of proceeds are donated to Young Friends of the Lyric Opera . Young Friends of the Lyric provides an exciting outlet for young arts supporters (ages 21-40) in Kansas City to get involved in the community, meet other young adults and support the Lyric Opera of Kansas City. MISSION ...

  • 5 Tips for brewing the best cup of coffee | The Pilot's Blog

    theroasterie.com 30 Oct '14, 10am

    Picture yourself in a fine restaurant in Vienna, Italy. (Or better yet, in one of our fine Roasterie cafés, if Italy is a little more of stretch than your imagination allows.) Imagine ordering a cup of coffee and think of the sweet fragrance, the delicious, complex flavor, and the smo...

  • Responsible Coffee: USDA Organic vs. Fair Trade vs. Direct Trade | The Pilot's Blog

    theroasterie.com 06 Oct '14, 6pm

    Coffee is a world trade commodity. In fact, coffee is the second largest trade in the world, next to gasoline. This means that the effort of getting every single “cuppa Joe” into your hands involved grueling, competitive, labor-intensive work from the farmers, pickers, exporters, buye...

  • Lessons in latte art - The Bean Hunter's Travels: Colombia 2014 - Part Two

    Bean Hunter's Travels: Colombia 2014 - Part Two | The Pilot's Blog

    theroasterie.com 22 Sep '14, 6pm

    After our farm visits, we went to the only cafe in Pitalito known to have an espresso machine and grinder. I had made the comment earlier in the weekend that I was able to do latte art, so they quickly asked if I would be willing to give a demonstration at a coffee shop named Valenzue...

  • Roasterie Newsletter September 2014 | The Pilot's Blog

    theroasterie.com 20 Sep '14, 2pm

    We use a fun quip, “Life’s too short to drink nasty coffee” but we really mean it. Once in a while I’ll be in an office and the person will say, “I’d offer you a cup of coffee but our coffee is so terrible.” I’ll politely move the conversation on but it always strikes me as slightly a...

  • Mexican Coffee - Mexico La Bomba : The Roasterie – Air Roasted Coffee

    theroasterie.com 02 Sep '14, 4pm

    The producers of this mixed lot are Silvano Delin Reynoso, Ranulfo Felipe Delin Alcantara, and Flavia Clicelia Reynoso Vichique. The farms are located near the community of Ixhuatlan. The average life span of these coffee trees are nine years. These producers' plantations are also Rai...

  • Customer Service : The Roasterie – Air Roasted Coffee

    theroasterie.com 01 Sep '14, 4pm

    The Roasterie will not intentionally disclose any personally identifying information about you (including information submitted on the application form, your social security number, your e-mail address, information obtained by the Site from cookies and information regarding your IP ad...

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  • Your Coffee FAQ Answered | The Pilot's Blog

    theroasterie.com 29 Aug '14, 5pm

    While the most frequently asked question we receive here at The Roasterie is in reference to what kind of coffee we would recommend, occasionally we receive questions of a more educational nature. We asked our Roasterie experts what their most frequently asked questions were and this ...

  • The Roasterie Coffee Spotlight: Guatemala beans

    Roasterie Coffee Spotlight: Guatemala Beans | The Pilot's Blog

    theroasterie.com 22 Aug '14, 2pm

    It wasn’t too long ago that our Bean Hunter, Paul Massard, returned from The Cup of Excellence 2013 in Guatemala. We absolutely love our coffee farmers and our beans from Guatemala. Why? Because Guatemalan coffee has a personality all its own. The Guatemalan Coffee Regions Guatemala s...

  • About The Roasterie - Community - Green/Sustainability : The Roasterie – Air Roasted Coffee

    theroasterie.com 21 Aug '14, 6pm

    The Roasterie is committed to helping build a healthy future. As we continue to grow, we want to minimize the impact we have on the environment. We’re conscious of our responsibility to engage in sustainable practices and green initiatives. Following is just a short list of some of th...

  • #TheRoasterie coffee spotlight: New Guinea beans

    Coffee Spotlight: New Guinea Beans | The Pilot's Blog

    theroasterie.com 08 Aug '14, 8pm

    New Guinea coffee farmers stand proud behind their coffee…and with good reason. Like the rest of our premium quality coffees, New Guinea produces Arabica beans that are grown at high altitudes in the Western Highlands province. The region’s growing conditions produce a coffee that has...