The Importance of Water

The Importance of Water

Coffee brewing and coffee drinking of course starts with a great roasted blend or single origin bean but what is of the importance in the process is the quality of your water.  Tap water tastes different all over the world and has different levels of minerals and...

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Dark Roast Beware!

Dark Roast Beware!

Oily coffee beans may give you a feeling of premium, dark, gourmet coffee.... Actually, the oils on the outside of the coffee bean, and the black color, is not desirable (not to be confused with a flavored bean that has a sheen to it). This oil, just like any oil,...

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Pyrolysis

Pyrolysis

Pyrolysis is something that has to not only be understood but respected in the process. A mere few seconds will change the coffee bean taste, caffeine content, sugar, appearance, and smell. Constant monitoring through the roaster trier, using sight and smell,...

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Give the Gift of Coffee!

Give the Gift of Coffee!

Give the gift of coffee this Christmas! Do you have friends on your gift list that would enjoy small batch, fresh roasted coffee? We can help! Email your list with locations to mail to, or pick up for local, to info@thebeerygroup.com. We will quickly compile a...

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K-Cups and Drinking Responsibly

K-Cups and Drinking Responsibly

I am asked often if my roasting company makes K-cups. I always urge people to re-think convenience. Do you use a single cup brewer that uses coffee pods or cups? Did you know that using this type of brewer not only does not give you the correct coffee to water ratio,...

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Tanzanian

Tanzanian

Tanzanian Peaberry is what's roasting first today, along with some Kiowa and Jamaican Me Crazy. Last up for the afternoon will be a special order for Hazelnut Creme!     Tanzanian holds a...

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Peruvian Coffee Farmers….

Peruvian Coffee Farmers….

Peruvian coffee farmers' landholdings are small, and the country's typical micro-wet-milling operation is even smaller. From May to September, farmers pick ripe cherries and carry them to hand pulpers and wooden fermentation tanks. This tradition of micro-wet-milling...

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Caffeine!

Caffeine!

True AND False. Let me explain! Typically espresso is made from a darker roasted coffee, darker roasts have less caffeine due to the longer roasting time (MoJo's Espresso blend is a mixture of dark and city roasts). Also, a typical cup of coffee is about 12 ounces and...

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Turkish Coffee – An amazing experience!

Turkish Coffee – An amazing experience!

  Just like espresso, Turkish coffee refers to the method and NOT the type of coffee bean.  To make Turkish coffee start out with any coffee that you love.  Grind it to a Turkish grind (or have it ground for you).  Turkish level grind is like the consistency of...

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The Romance of Coffee

The Romance of Coffee

The special romance that we feel while holding a warm cup of well roasted, well made, coffee...that is what we try and capture time and time again.  That special feeling, that unique taste and that quality that is only found with respectful roasting. Finding those...

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Gift Baskets

Gift Baskets

Gift Baskets available!  Please contact us for options!         Baskets for The Heritage Foundation Annual Auction for The Fort Morgan Museum.

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Jamaica Me Crazy for Rib Eye!

Jamaica Me Crazy for Rib Eye!

This is the best Rib Eye Roast Rub we have ever had! Stock up on MoJo's coffee and try this out!   1 whole Rib Eye Roast Beef Roast, boneless (about 4-5 pounds) 1 1/2 Tbsp freshly ground Jamaica Me Crazy or Kiowa Roast Coffee 1 Tbsp Kosher Salt 1 Tbsp Ground...

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Riverdale Roast…

Riverdale Roast…

                                              Roasting and packing up some Riverdale Roast. This is a particularly special roast that pays tribute to Colorado folklore. Here is a snippet of the label! Riverdale Roast Tribute to the many tall tales that make up...

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Coffee Glazed Onions!

Coffee Glazed Onions!

Nothing better on top of a nice thick steak or a juicy burger!  Make in the winter on the stove and during the summer on the grill! Coffee Glazed Onions 3 or 4 nice large yellow or white onions 6 Tablespoons Oil 1/2 Cup STRONG brewed coffee  (I love using Railyard,...

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Railyard Roast Cookies

Railyard Roast Cookies

Fun way to get your coffee fix!  I love a brewed cup of coffee but beyond the mug in the morning, I love to cook with coffee as well.  Grinding your favorite dark, MoJo's Railyard Roast, in a fine espresso powder and stirring into sweet egg whites will make an easy...

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Where are you buying your coffee?

Where are you buying your coffee?

Do you buy your coffee at the grocery store or other big box retailer? Big brand ground coffee in a can? Coffee in a bag, already ground? Think you're getting a cup that's 100% full of arabica beans? Think again. Coffee is one staple that's likely to have filler...

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Edibly.co

Edibly.co

There is a certain romance and renaissance to a fruit and vegetable stand, a farmer's market, or an artisan show of local bakers. These are all part of who we are, worldwide, whether we are selling or buying. So, take the urban, rural, online, and global styles - mash...

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Elbert County Trading Post

Elbert County Trading Post

Happy Sunday! We spent the day yesterday in Elbert County, Colorado at the Elbert County Trading Post.  MoJo's, along with several other artisans, set up tables with our wares and products for sale.  I have to say that this experience was wonderful!! Getting in front...

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Happy National Coffee Day!

Happy National Coffee Day!

Happy National Coffee Day! Today only, order your monthly bean box and receive an extra pound of coffee your first month!   www.mojosroasters.com  

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How To Brew Coffee!

How To Brew Coffee!

  How to Brew Coffee What’s your favorite way to enjoy coffee?  Do you want a hearty mug at breakfast?  A frothy afternoon cappuccino? Do you like it hot or cold? Milder or more robust? The way you brew should be based on your needs and your unique coffee...

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What is Coffee?

What is Coffee?

Image credit: USDA via Wikimedia Commons What is Coffee? Everyone recognizes a roasted coffee bean, but unless you’ve lived or traveled in a coffee-growing country, you might not recognize an actual coffee tree. Pruned short for production but able to grow more than...

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