Wood Fire Roasted Coffee Beans - Red Eye

Wood Fire Roasted Coffee Beans - Red Eye

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RED EYE (naturally high caffeine)

(For Decaf CLICK HERE. For our Regular Caffeinated CLICK HERE)

RED EYE is my own blend of hand selected Robusta and Arabica beans, roasted together in my roaster at the same time, resulting in a naturally more highly caffeinated coffee than my Regular coffee which uses only Arabica beans. It has a Bustelo® like taste and aroma however richer & brighter in flavor. It is especially good as an espresso or made the traditional way as a Cuban Coffee (Cafecito). It is one of my favorite types of coffee, a real eye opener.

The beans are wood fire roasted the old fashioned way in small 10 pound lots. I've been roasting coffee beans this way for a long time, over 20 years. Only outdoors in the fresh New England air.

Want to know about my roaster? It was hand made by me, every bit of it, and it gets alot of use. Check out my little roasting video here; you'll find it's pretty nifty.

I've found that my wood fire roasted coffee is best on the darker side so that's all I offer. Smooth, great tasting coffee, with a hint of hardwood smoke. And this RED EYE also has a bit of kick to it. Just the way I like it and I'm sure you will too.

We sell our coffee as Whole Bean or Ground for Drip Coffee MakersRegularDecaf (using the Mountain Water Decaf method), or this our naturally high caffeine RED EYE

You'll find that my Wood Fired Coffee Beans are the best you ever had.  In fact I am so sure you'll agree of my coffee quality that we offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

I sell my beans in 1/2 pound bags and also 1 pound bags. Our coffee beans are roasted right here in Old New England country, Connecticut.  They go fast and due to that are pretty darn fresh, I can assure you that.

Note that I only roast in the Spring, Summer, and Fall. Since I only roast outdoors I take the Winter off as it gets below zero here in New England, and I'm not a kid anymore.


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