IF you haven't gathered we are predominantly a coffee roastery. We pride in the coffee fruit and the experience you get in that morning cup. In our coffee shop you can find the typical coffee drinks but we use less syrups and more naturally focused syrup that help you focus less on the sweetness and more on the coffee in your cup. Why is that you ask? Why is specialty coffee so expensive and what does specialty even mean? Essentially, specialty coffee beans are of a higher grade coffee bean (typically arabica coffee) than most typical beans found in stores (predominantly robusta coffee) as well as being cared for differently during processing and roasting. It also means that the cost is more for this coffee when it was still unroasted/green. Coffee is graded by quality and priced accordingly. Price and quality are also a result of where the coffee came from for example Central America, Asia, Africa, etc.
Coffee takes a long time to grow, process, and then roast. A lot of care and thought goes into a roast profile for each origin, and even before that the growing and processing of coffee beans takes a lot of work on the farmers part! Most beans pass through approximately 16-20 processing steps before they hit your cup. In the case of our beans, the extra price also reflects that the farmers are being paid more fairly for their beans, work, and dedication to assuring you get the highest quality coffee bean in your cup. Any of our beans with an "FT" are certified fair trade and we can be assured the farmers are getting the fair wage they are working hard to earn. All of our beans are organic/natural and reflect that no extra processing and chemicals were used to boost the growth process.
We have opened a coffee shop in Rawlins Wyoming at 1410 W Pine St. We would love for you to stop by and see us and try out some of our coffee and non-coffee drinks like the Cold Front, Pour Over, a variety of blended or iced drinks, herbal teas, London Fog, Matcha, or even a Parfait or Leige Waffle!
All orders placed on our website are available for local hand delivery in Rawlins, Wyoming and Casper, Wyoming. All other order outside of those towns are subject to shipping costs.
If you are interested in selling Mukwano Coffee in your shop please contact us for details on pricing. We would love to get your customers great coffee too!