Cultivar coffee, which shares a space with Goodfriend Package, serves up some of the best coffee in town. As any good roaster knows, roasting coffee is a blend of art and science in a process that requires skill and a bit of intuition. As they inform their customers on the site: "During the roasting process, countless chemical reactions are transforming the natural sugars and lipids in the bean; unlocking many potential flavors in order to highlight the unique flavor characteristics found within each coffee." So, you don't want roasters who are just setting a timer and waiting for a ding. You want people who are constantly experimenting and looking for unique flavor notes and who can tweak the roast to bring out the perfect flavor of the bean. Just surf on over to Cultivar's website to learn more about their beans and business philosophy.
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