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- THE STORY -

New Yorkers drink more coffee than any other city in the country, but hardly any of it is roasted here. I wanted to locally produce something that is a large part of our daily lives. With a love for coffee and my city, I started Native Coffee Roasters. I select high quality beans and roast small batches in Queens New York. Enjoy.

- CONTACT -

BRIAN DONALDSON

347.610.0348

BRIAN@NATIVEROASTERS.COM

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Native Test Kitchen

Mar. 10, 2014

For a little over a year, I’ve spent my days and nights roasting coffee on a  small 2 kilo drum roaster in a warehouse on the edge of astoria & woodside. 2 kilos isn’t much, a typical batch yields anywhere from 2-3 lbs. every 12-15 minutes. In order to meet demand and focus on working with more cafes and restaurants, I needed a bigger roaster. I recently spent a week in Massachusetts training on a range of Probat roasters. Upon coming back to Queens, I made the decision to bring in a Probat P12 (a 12 kilo roaster), which arrived last week.
Raggio Di Sole

I’ve spent the last few days building out a much bigger area in our warehouse and I am finally ready to fire her up. With that being said, this new roaster produces 10-18lb batches and I’m going to need to break it in a little.  In the beginning I’m going to have a lot of coffee around, so much so that I won’t be able to drink it all myself. That’s where you come in. I am inviting you to join my “test kitchen”.

For $50, I will deliver at least 5 shipments of 8oz bags of any roasts that make it past the cupping table. There is a possibility that there will be more than 5 shipments, depending on how much profiling and how many test roasts I end up doing, but there will be no less than 5 deliveries. Coffee will be sent via USPS and arrive a few days off roast. Deliveries will start now and continue to ship until mid June.

The list is open to the first 30-40 people that respond. Payment can be made via paypal or CC number over the phone.

If you’re interested, please email me - brian@nativeroasters.com

Tags: Coffee

bk bazaar leftovers...

Nov. 4, 2013

I have a few bags of coffee left from this weekends BK Night Bazaar. They were both roasted on 10/31, prime for brewing today! only $3 bucks shipping (fedex)! if you’re local to Astoria/LIC, you can pickup at Native HQ – email for directions (brian@nativeroasters.com)

Costa Rica – medium roast. honey, citrus, caramel.

Guatemala – medium roast. dark chocolate, lemon.

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now brewing at the Museum of the Moving Image...

Jun. 12, 2013

The Museum of the Moving Image over in Astoria is now brewing Native Roasters in their cafe.

Peep the museum for some dope exhibits and while you’re there, grab a cup of coffee! Free on Fridays from 4pm-8pm.

Museum of the Moving Image
36-01 35th Ave
Astoria, NY 11106

Museum of the Moving Image - 36-01 35th Ave, Astoria NY Museum of the Moving Image – 36-01 35th Ave, Astoria NY Cafe @ the Museum of the Moving Image Cafe @ the Museum of the Moving Image

 

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Website Launch

May. 29, 2013

Nativeroasters.com is live!

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News

Coffee

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DESIGN BY NAOMIE ROSS & DANIEL RENDA

CODE BY MAT GARGANO

- THE STORY -

New Yorkers drink more coffee than any other city in the country, but hardly any of it is roasted here. I wanted to produce something that is a large part of our daily lives. With a love for coffee and my city, I started Native Coffee Roasters. I select high quality beans and roast small batches in Queens, NY. Enjoy.

- CONTACT -

BRIAN DONALDSON

347.610.0348

BRIAN@NATIVEROASTERS.COM

- COLOMBIA -

Fully washed and sun dried. Medium roast, bold, buttery with dark chocolate tones.

REGION:La Arboleda, Nariño

FARM:Various

ALTITUDE:1650-2000 meters

- EL SALVADOR -

Fully washed and sun dried. Medium roast, bright, citrusy, with notes of honey.

REGION:Santa Ana

FARM:Finca Fatima

ALTITUDE:1400 meters

- NYC DIESEL -

Rotating seasonal blend. Medium roast.

REGION:Various

FARM:Various

ALTITUDE:Various

Native Test Kitchen

Mar. 10, 2014

For a little over a year, I’ve spent my days and nights roasting coffee on a  small 2 kilo drum roaster in a warehouse on the edge of astoria & woodside. 2 kilos isn’t much, a typical batch yields anywhere from 2-3 lbs. every 12-15 minutes. In order to meet demand and focus on working with more cafes and restaurants, I needed a bigger roaster. I recently spent a week in Massachusetts training on a range of Probat roasters. Upon coming back to Queens, I made the decision to bring in a Probat P12 (a 12 kilo roaster), which arrived last week.
Raggio Di Sole

I’ve spent the last few days building out a much bigger area in our warehouse and I am finally ready to fire her up. With that being said, this new roaster produces 10-18lb batches and I’m going to need to break it in a little.  In the beginning I’m going to have a lot of coffee around, so much so that I won’t be able to drink it all myself. That’s where you come in. I am inviting you to join my “test kitchen”.

For $50, I will deliver at least 5 shipments of 8oz bags of any roasts that make it past the cupping table. There is a possibility that there will be more than 5 shipments, depending on how much profiling and how many test roasts I end up doing, but there will be no less than 5 deliveries. Coffee will be sent via USPS and arrive a few days off roast. Deliveries will start now and continue to ship until mid June.

The list is open to the first 30-40 people that respond. Payment can be made via paypal or CC number over the phone.

If you’re interested, please email me - brian@nativeroasters.com

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