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Coupons and Promotions at Roast2Order

Coupons and Promotions at Roast2Order Coffee & Tea Our customers are the best and we want to keep them happy and show our gratitude. Some of the ways we show our thanks are through promotions,...

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Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe

Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe

Recipe Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe Ingredients 1/3 to 1/2 cup Freshly Roasted Pumpkin Spice Whole Bean Coffee (make it a bit stronger)2 teaspoons maple syrup1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract1/4 teaspoon...

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Single Origin Coffee

Single Origin Coffee

As the name suggests, a single origin coffee is one whose distinctive flavors come 100% from beans grown from a specific country or region. Climate, weather, moisture, soil, and altitude are all...

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Ethiopian Single Origin Coffee and Goats

Ethiopian Single Origin Coffee and Goats

Ethiopian Single Origin Coffee and the Legend of Jumping Goats!   Around 850 AD, there was an Ethiopian goat herder named Kaldi or Khalid. He noticed that his goats were jumping and very...

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Doing Flavored Coffee The Right Way

Doing Flavored Coffee The Right Way

The Scoop on Flavored Coffee - Doing Flavored Coffee the Right Way One of our loyal customers, John, recently asked Mike, "What type of roast is your flavored coffee?". The quick answer is, at Roast...

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Cold Brew Coffee in a French Press

Cold Brew Coffee in a French Press

Recipe Simple and Delicious Cold Brew Coffee in a French Press InstructionsStep 1 Pour the grounds into your Planetary Design 32oz French Press and then pour in the cold water. Don't push down your...

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Why Choose Roast 2 Order over Other Coffees

Why Choose Roast 2 Order over Other Coffees

  Why Should You Choose Roast 2 Order Coffee over Other Coffees?   Why should you choose Roast 2 Order Coffee over other coffees? Great coffee starts with the best green beans. We use 100% Fair...

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What to do with the Silt or Grounds

What to do with the Silt or Grounds

After you use your press, what do you do with those very wet and pesky grounds or silt at the bottom of the coffee press and the coffee cup? One of our customers emailed Mike and asked him about the...

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