- Roasted 4/9/20 | 100% Arabica – Highest quality, artisan roasted beans. Blackwelder coffee is fresh roasted, leaving the natural oils and aromas intact – a premium product sure to please any coffee lover.
- A bold rich, flavorful blend from Central America and Indonesia.
- Medium Dark Roast | Cupping notes: Earthy, full body, low acidity.
- Great for use with French Press, or with a drip coffee machine! Can also be used as a base for quality cold brew coffee | Perfect for coffee gifts or holiday gifts
- Degassing valve to ensure maximum freshness. Easy, fast shipping. Roasted and packaged by Blackwelder Coffee Company, a full service micro coffee roaster located in California.
Blackwelder Coffee | 100% Arabica Whole Bean Coffee | Blackwelder Blend
Blackwelder Coffee Company was founded over 15 years ago as a family business in Southern California. Today, we are still a family business headquarted in Los Angeles. Blackwelder’s community of coffee lovers continues to grow. Our passionate and meticulous nature behind every batch allows everyone to be a coffee connoisseur.
We are proud to offer our coffee online without compromising our promise to deliver only fresh-roasted beans. Our master roaster, Patrick O’Brien, guides every single batch of coffee from start to finish. He oversees the purchase of thetop 1% of the crop– typically from the small high-altitude farms known as “fazendas” from the Equatorial regions of South America, including Brazil, Coast Rica, and Guatemala – as well as the micro roasting of our gourmet beans to ensure consistency behind every unique flavor.
- All our beans arefresh roasted in small batches
- All our blends are100% Arabica Whole BeanCoffees
- All our beans come ineasily resealable coffee bags to ensure maximum freshness
- Our Guatemalan coffee offers has a medium heavy body that prolongs the sweet notes and subtle cinnamon spice finish.
- This medium roast has a unique balance of low cocoa notes and fresh orangey acidity. No bitterness, low acidity
- The unique flavor of the Guatemalan blend makes it an excellentsingle-origin artisan coffee for mornings on the go!
- Join the Blackwelder Family today and order our delicious gourmet whole bean coffee!
- Our coffee is perfect for all brew methods such as french press, pour-over, drip, chemex, and espresso machines
Only the Best of Central America and Indonesia | Medium Roast Whole Beans
Connoisseurs of Flavor
A bold rich, blend from Central America and Indonesia.
Earthy, full body, low acidity. Great for use with French Press, or with a drip coffee machine! Can also be used as a base for quality cold brew coffee.
More About the Blackwelder Coffee Experience
More About the Blackwelder Coffee Experience
Founded over 15 years ago, Blackwelder Coffee is a full service micro coffee roaster delivering only the freshest premium grade 100% Arabica coffee for coffee houses, cafes restaurants, and other commercial businesses nationwide. Our coffees offer a grand European taste and sensibility. Coffee aficionados use our whole bean coffee beans as drip, pour over, to make ice coffee or cold brew coffee. Blackwelder’s gourmet coffee beans are sure to become a favorite coffee beans, roasted with care as small batch coffee.
The story began with a relationship built around a love for genuinely good coffee – and a desire to dig deeper into the unique alchemy behind the coffee experience. In a partnership that spans decades, owners Ridha Benabid and Patrick O’Brien have always been connected through coffee. Their passion for bringing quality coffee to be enjoyed for any occasion first began when Ridha was distributing Mister Espresso coffee to Patrick’s coffee catering company.
As their friendship grew so did their ambitions. Instead of distributing someone else’s coffee they began the long journey of learning the art behind roasting coffee. The first three years of the company was dedicated to developing the perfect combination of blends from origins all over the world. The blends are handcrafted and based on the the tastes that inspired Partick and Ridha on their journey. Each batch is tasted by the owners to meet their standards and aspirations. Blackwelder’s coffee history is a tale still in the making. We can’t wait for you to try our coffee! –Katie, Lisa, Patrick, Ridha
- Hand roasted
- Hand packaged
Ways to Enjoy Blackwelder Coffee
Ways to Enjoy:
Drip Coffee Maker
Coffee is placed in a filter and hot water is run through it to make the coffee. The coffee loses its subtle nuances quickly. It has the advantage that it can make large batches of coffee at a time.
Pour-Over Place filter in brewer before pouring in the coffee grounds. Pour-over coffee results in a clean and smooth finish.
PercolatorWater is run over coffee multiple times. The coffee that results tends to be fuller bodied and richer than a drip coffee maker.
French PressThe aromatics from the coffee remain in the beverage, instead of evaporating. The result is nuanced coffee, rich in subtle flavors.
Moka PotThis is a stove-top coffee maker the uses a steam pressure chamber to push boiling water through coffee. This is a great way to make an espresso-like coffee without needing an espresso maker.
Espresso MachineAn espresso machine forces steam through ultra-finely ground coffee. The result is a beverage that is very dense and intense in flavor.
There are hundreds, maybe thousands of coffee blends on the market. From the latest thing to the classic blends, each unique combination provides you with a different flavor and texture of coffee.
But Blackwelder Coffee sources from the highest-quality estates around the world, and our family taste-tests each small batch of roasted beans to ensure quality.
Our priority at Blackwelder Coffee is your satisfaction. We value your opinion and want to hear it!
Tips for making coffee in general:
Make sure the grinder and coffee maker are clean. Remove any residue from previous makings of coffee by rinsing it with hot water and then drying it with a clean towel. Then, grind the coffee beans right before you brew them. Studies show that 60% of the aroma is lost fifteen minutes after grinding the beans, so be careful of the timing. The size of the grind is important as well; the smaller the grind, the stronger the flavor. If your coffee is too flat, the grind maybe too coarse and under-extracted. If your coffee is overly bitter, the grind may be too fine and over-extracted.
A good rule of thumb is two tablespoons of ground coffee for every six cups of water. These numbers, however, can be adjusted depending on how strong you like your coffee.