Poor Roshi's Almanac #6: Pride

Poor Roshi's Almanac #6: Pride

Pride or progress. Choose one.

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Catering now available

We're now offering coffee catering in the Houston area! Rent a espresso bar with full barista service for home or office parties. We've seen first hand that this is a perfect way to show appreciation for your employees, especially with the holidays coming! Click here for details and a quote.

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New coffee - Honduras La Paz

Newest Ronin light roast has arrived: a washed coffee from Honduras!

Get it here!

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Final bag of India Peaberry

There is just one bag of India Peaberry left! Who will claim it before it is gone forever?

This has been one of our favorites and we're going to miss it, but we must move forward! And fear not, we already have a delicious new coffee on deck!

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Poor Roshi's Almanac #5: Mistakes

Poor Roshi's Almanac #5: Mistakes

If you're not making a mess, you're not working.

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New coffee - India Peaberry

The first coffee featured for the Ronin roast, Ethiopian Limu Gera, has sold out! The Ronin roams on, however, and now showcases an Indian Peaberry coffee.

Peaberry beans are slightly different than normal coffee beans. During harvest, farmers identify which beans are peaberries (about 5% of the harvest) and sort them into a separate pile. These are sold together at a higher price than the rest of the harvest, as coffee fanatics will pay a premium for lots of peaberry-only coffee. Why? They say peaberries pack more flavor than normal beans.

So is it true? Try some and find out!

Poor Roshi's Almanac #4: Value

Poor Roshi's Almanac #4: Value

If you're not adding value, you're adding weight.

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Update from the Roshiverse

Update from the Roshiverse

We're switching things up!

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Poor Roshi's Almanac #3: Coffee Techniques

Poor Roshi's Almanac #3: Coffee Techniques

Coffee won't make you do things you'll regret, but you will be able to do them faster.

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History of Roasting - The Streets of Naples

History of Roasting - The Streets of Naples

Roasting coffee at home was once the norm, and the streets were once filled with the sights, sounds and smell of coffee being freshly roasted!

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