WHO IS BAROO?
Baroo Coffee was born with the thought that great tasting coffee should be just that, Great Tasting Coffee. Your first cup of wake-up-juice should be a glorious combination of smells and taste that make brewing and sipping from your favorite mug the most pleasurable part of starting the new day.
When we roasted our first batch of coffee beans it was a life-changing experience that opened our eyes to how good coffee was supposed to taste. Then we started sharing it with our friends and family and soon, Baroo Coffee was born. Once we realized that a caffeine boost is not the sole purpose of coffee, we were on the path to a better brew.
Our beans are sourced from premier Single-Estate coffee producers from regions around the globe. Baroo Colombian is our first corner-stone coffee, but in the coming months we plan to introduce coffees from Peru, Brazil, Central America, Africa and Indonesia.
When you order online, you are getting Baroo Coffee that was freshly roasted, packaged and shipped right to your door. So when you receive your order of Baroo Coffee, it is at its peak of flavor and ready for you to enjoy however you Baroo – Automatic Drip, French Press, Pour Over or Espresso.
So tell us... how do you Baroo?
Coffee Bean Facts
Just like a fine wine, freshly roasted coffee gets better with time… at least to an extent. Once a bean is roasted it starts to degas meaning CO2 begins to escape. As the gas makes its way out of the bean, oxygen starts to make its way in. This creates oxidation which makes the bean go stale. To prolong the freshness and flavor we use foil-lined bags with a one-way valve to keep oxygen out.
At Baroo Coffee we’ve found that grinding and brewing approximately 4-days after the roast produces the best balance of CO2 and oxidation for the perfect cup. Your coffee should stay fresh up to 3-4 weeks if properly degassed in a pouch with a one-way valve.
If you see some oil on the bean, don’t be concerned. This is natural and ensures the bean is at its peak roasting condition when it arrives at your door.