Tuesday, January 3, 2023

Red Rooster Coffee #NewYear2023

This holiday season has been weird for me work wise, will some extra nice paid days off. But now that is the New Year, it is time to get back on track and back on schedule! And a good cup of coffee to get my day going helps with that! Established in 2010 in downtown Floyd, VA, Red Rooster was created with the simple notion of roasting excellent coffee for the owner’s existing coffee house. Soon, word of Red Rooster's quality spread around Virginia and up and down the East Coast. Today, they employ over 40 people while roasting some of the best coffee in the world. While they have won numerous awards and accolades for their coffee quality, the true passion is in making a positive social impact both at home and abroad at the coffee's origin. Here are a few of the ones we tried and loved:
Funky Chicken - A Go-To Crowd-Pleaser Coffee. When Red Rooster first began roasting coffee they wanted to create a blend that would appeal to all audiences. With a lot of practice and a little luck, they created a winner. This blend features three coffees from three origins, roasted to three different profiles to create one of the most complex yet approachable medium to dark roast blends you can find.
Ethiopia Worka Sakaro Anaerobic Natural - This consistently amazing coffee packs a lot of berry punch. Strawberry dominates with supporting notes of blackberry, raspberry and rose. Expect plenty of chocolate and a creamy mouthfeel. For several years, Ethiopia Worka has been a favorite coffee and the recent addition of an anaerobic step in the natural process has increased the mouthfeel and complexity.
Columbian Finca Samboni Gesha Anaerobic Natural - Innovative producer John Samboni brings this exquisite experimental anaerobic gesha from his farm in Algeciras, Colombia. Gesha coffee is considered to be the top-tier of specialty coffee and is known for its powerful and dynamic flavor notes. Samboni's anaerobic fermentation process enhances the unique characteristics of this varietal resulting in a complex, fruity, and refreshing cup.


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