As you may know, I’m a huge coffee drinker. My kids love to drink coffee with me too. Of course, they don’t get coffee they just get milk.
Portland Roasting Coffee Company sent me some organic coffee claiming they make better coffee than Seattle. I’ve had Organic coffee before and just didn’t like it. I’m not really sure what about it wasn’t tasteful but I decided to give Portland Roasting Coffee Company a chance to impress me and impressed I am. It’s bold and tasty coffee. So tasty that I’m able to drink it with just vanilla creamer. Mostly when I have coffee I drink it with extra flavored creamer and lots of it. It wasn’t needed with the organic coffee Portland Roasting sent me. I’ve been drinking it and wondering what I’m going to do when I run out. I suppose I’m going to be ordering some more as soon as I run out. That or see if I can find it up here in the Seattle area. It’s really good coffee!
This is a very well balanced Organic Mexico. Starting with a spiced honey aroma, this coffee tastes of chocolate and light citrus with a smooth, velvety body. A creamy finish closes out this pleasing organic.
Another great reason to love Portland Roasting is they are carbon-neutral, and they have been since 2007. Through his work on the SCAA Sustainability Council, Portland Roasting founder, Mark Stell, is leading the charge to help roasters worldwide join his company in adopting this business model.
A pioneer of direct trade, Portland Roasting nurtures longstanding relationships with coffee producers while supporting projects at their farms and in their communities. Portland Roasting abides by the United Nations Millennium Development Goals as a framework for these projects. In 2008, Stell launched Walk for Water PDX, a fundraiser for Water for All in which participants walk more than three miles with a bucket of water in tow, simulating what women and children in developing countries do every day. Proceeds from Walk for Water fund water wells in developing countries.