A Guide to Locally Roasted Coffee Beans in Metro Phoenix

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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.

Ground Control While Fair Trade Cafe brews Ground Control coffee, you can actually go to the Goodyear cafe where coffee is roasted on site as well. Highland Coffee Roaster Although you can't go to the Highland Cafe (because it doesn't exist), buying single origin, fair trade, organic, and even flavored coffees through the Tempe-area supplier is a snap.

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.

Lost Dutchman Coffee Roasters Roasting a line-up of beans from all over the world, such as Colombia, Rwanda, Hawaii, and Kenya, Lost Dutchman also offers home roasting equipment and green beans for you to do it yourself. Lux Coffee Another of the more popular roasters in town is Lux. Though the coffee is brewed at few places (one is Welcome Diner), your options are even more limited if you're looking to brew Lux coffee at home.
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Heather Hoch is a music, food, and arts writer based in Tucson. She enjoys soup, scotch, Electric Light Orchestra, and walking her dog, Frodo.
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