With over twenty coffee roasters in town making both boutique blends and distributing wholesale, there's undeniably a lot going on in the Phoenix coffee community. If you're feeling stuck in a rut with your java, why not try a whole new roastery to add some variety to your mornings. While this list doesn't have every spot in town you can find local coffee, especially since many wholesale roasters' beans are distributed under private labels, here are some of the many places you can go if you're interested in buying beans to make coffee at home.
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Altitude Coffee Lab Utilizing the Portuguese Joper roasting system, this North Scottsdale-based operation currently only sells its boutique roasts, along with brewed drinks, from the European-style cafe/roastery.French Grocery, Solo Cafe, and Sweet Republic.
Cartel Coffee Lab Seen by many as one of the Phoenix-area's best coffee roasters, Cartel supplies coffee (beans and brewed) to local restaurants and cafes. Jobot, for instance, uses a specialty blend of Cartel-roasted beans.P.F. Chang's or Pei Wei restaurants, try stopping by the roastery to pick up a bag. Pig & Pickle and Tom Thumb's Fresh Market also serve up brewed Echo-roasted coffee.
Espressions Coffee Roastery Also a wholesaler, Espressions coffee will rarely be labeled as such, though several local coffee houses like Urban Beans sell the coffee under their own label and still more like Steve's Espresso brew Espressions coffee.Fair Trade Cafe brews Ground Control coffee, you can actually go to the Goodyear cafe where coffee is roasted on site as well.
Lola Coffee Daniel Wayne has been roasting beans and brewing cups of coffee in the area for nearly 15 years, so it's no wonder his coffee, which is also available for wholesale, has such a devoted fan base.Welcome Diner), your options are even more limited if you're looking to brew Lux coffee at home.
Matador Coffee Roasting Company Matador Coffee sells roasted beans that sell under a variety labels, including Cafe Esperanza, which sell's at Basha's and AJ's Fine Food Stores, though they also supply for many coffee shops and restaurants around town.
Morning Bell Coffee Roasters Morning Bell is one of the Valley's most recent roasting additions, though you can already get the coffee brewed at both the roastery and the cafe in front of it called ThirdSpace.a great blog resource for coffee brewers looking to stay current.
Press Coffee Roasters If you haven't yet been through a cupping at Press, where you learn to taste the difference in beans and roast styles, you have to check one out at the roastery. However, other local coffee shops, like Shine Coffee, offer Press-roasted beans.
Royal Coffee Bar Royal Coffee has a pretty sweet deal with Nami, exchanging baked goods for Royal for roasted beans for Nami. However, if you want to buy the beans, right now they're only available at Royal locations.
Village Coffee Roastery With full breakfast and lunch menus, this Scottsdale cafe and roastery offers more than just coffee. However, the coffee is touted as being able to be reproduced with 99% accuracy-- a feat most boutique roasters would be wary to claim.subscription service and some other spots around town carry his beans too. (Although it seems to us, some won't always readily admit that they didn't roast the beans themselves.)Facebook and Twitter and Pinterest.