Until public-transit officials make our dream of commuting to work by rollycoaster a reality, we'll have to settle for the adrenaline rush of traditional pick-me-ups. Percolate perkiness with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of fresh coffee at Wood-Fire Roasted Coffee. Featuring premium Arabica whole-bean coffees from around the world and specialty-blend coffees, Wood-Fire Roasted Coffee uses the time-honored technique of wood-roasting coffee for a unique and flavorful product. Praised by Ken Davids (a coffee guru and sleepless savant) at Coffee Review, Wood-Fire Roasted Coffee's coffee beans are always carefully chosen and packaged taut to ensure optimum freshness.
Coffee enthusiasts can relish the bold, full flavor of the popular cowboy roast, named for the bandanna-wearing bean corralled in nut and chocolate tones, or brew a flavorful mug of the bright and citrusy Ethiopia, swathed in a blanket of Mother Nature’s mocha. For those who like their coffee dark, Wood-Fire Roasted Coffee kilns a classic french roast with a mélange of caramel, dark chocolate, and roasted-nut gusto. All packages contain one pound of whole beans and cost an average of $12 to $20. Order your coffee and find specific prices on the website.
Edible Reno-Tahoe suggested Wood-Fire Roasted Coffee as a local alternative to high-priced, low-flavor chains. Reno News and Review and Northern Nevada Business Weekly featured Wood-Fire Roasted Coffee’s Old World technique of roasting coffee. Five Yelpers give the company a perfect five-star rating:
- By Tim Curry’s estimate, there are only half a dozen roastmasters who make coffee the old way: with fire. At Wood-Fire Roasted Coffee Company, the beans are roasted with oak. – Reno News and Review
- I buy two pounds of what ever [sic] is hot from the roaster on the day I stop by, and am never disappointed. Though I do have favorites I keep brewing notes on all his roasts, I like the variety. – Bishop T., Yelp
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