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Do You Know about the Differences in Ground vs Whole Bean Coffee?

Here at RhoadsRoast Coffees, we get numerous requests every day for ground coffee and inasmuch as we suggest whole beans all the time, many people still want us to grind their coffee selection. With this in mind, allow us to explain why we prefer wholes beans every time. DID YOU KNOW...??? Ground roasted beans lose their optimal flavor in about 2 days and last a maximum of 11-12 days. While whole roasted beans lose their optimal flavor in about  3-4 weeks and last up to 8+ weeks when stored properly. What is proper storage for roasted coffee beans you ask? Coffee beans must be allowed to breathe 36-48 hours after roasting in order for the CO2 to fully expel. Transit times...

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Science-based evidence on the Health Benefits of Coffee...Time to Brew Some Up!

Love coffee? Here @RhoadsRoast, we do too and many people are still on the fence about the health benefits from coffee. During the past year, news and social media outlets have confirmed that coffee is actually very healthy and it is loaded with antioxidants and beneficial nutrients that can improve your health. While good health is always based on what you consume in moderation, many studies show that coffee drinkers have a much lower risk of susceptibility to some serious diseases. Let's look into the top health benefits of coffee that have been confirmed in actual human studies, courtesy of Healthline: 1. Caffeine blocks an inhibitory neurotransmitter in the brain, which leads to a stimulant effect. This improves energy levels, mood and various aspects of...

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Labor Day, End of Summer and the Start of Coffee Season!

Labor Day weekend marks the start of coffee season and we are ready with an abundance of our best selling and newest products at RhoadsRoast Coffees! If you are a fan of those wonderfully refreshing iced or cold brewed coffees or a connoisseur of the traditional brew for Americano, latte, cappuccino beverages OR one for pure fresh roasted, hot brewed coffees, you will want to bookmark RhoadsRoast Coffees as your go-to coffee merchant. We have traveled, sourced, negotiated, purchased, cupped, and imported some of the most remarkable and finest international coffees for you to try! Check out our Collections Lists from Africa, Central America, Indonesia, South America, Un-roasted, Green coffee beans and our Ultimate Gallery of Coffees. We source, import, and sell only the best and freshest 100%...

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Free FedEx Shipping and New Coffees!

Getting Fresh Roasted Coffees to You Even Faster!  Effective 8/1/18, RhoadsRoast Coffees is partnering with FedEx and shipping 2-Day Air Express throughout the USA to the majority of our customers so that you can get the freshest roasted and freshest green international imports that we have!  We have heard every request to get coffee orders quicker for customer enjoyment and we think this is the answer. Fresh roasted daily and shipped direct to you in 2 business days! So order early and let us take care of the rest! Please check out our newest coffees below and online! Rwanda Hingakawa Women's Co-op Fair Trade 100% Arabica Coffee Beans   Classic Rwandan wine-like profile & complex acidity shines through with plenty...

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New African and South American Coffees Are in Plus Subscribe and Save!

At RhoadsRoast Coffees, spring, summer, and fall are our busiest times in our warehouse for receiving new international fresh harvested imports. The Central American and Indonesian coffee imports come every spring and new crops are in now at our store and warehouse. In the summer, we are currently receiving our African imports, and in September, we will receive all of our new, freshly harvested South American coffee imports. These are exciting times for us as we prepare our green beans inventory for our customers to continually enjoy the freshest and finest international coffees available online. Now, in most countries, coffee is harvested once per year. Some countries, however, have climates that are conducive to growing coffee nearly all year long and,...

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