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Fueling a Cleaner Richmond

This past Saturday, we were privileged to take part in January’s edition of the litter cleanup in the Scott’s Addition section of Richmond.  These efforts are organized and managed by the great folks at RVA Clean Sweep — not only in the Scott’s Addition neighborhood, but in quite a few other portions of “the river […] The post Fueling a Cleaner Richmond appeared first on Ironclad Coffee Roasters.

Introducing: Nicaragua Gold Mountain Cornucopia Microlot

We are thrilled to introduce this special coffee as a key addition to our coffee offerings.  This is a fully washed coffee from the Matagalpa region of Nicaragua grown on the farm of “Pastor” Alejandro  Picado.  Alejandro is a member of the Las Nubes (The Clouds) Cooperative.  The farms of Las Nubes dot the border […] The post Introducing: Nicaragua Gold Mountain Cornucopia Microlot appeared first on Ironclad Coffee Roasters.

‘Why are Their Beans Oily and Yours Aren’t?’

We recently received an email from a fine customer in the great state of Michigan named Will.  He has been a coffee drinker for quite a few years, mostly using his beloved “k-cup” machine at home.  At the office, Will would use an auto-drip brewer and a leading brand of pre-ground coffee from the local […] The post ‘Why are Their Beans Oily and Yours Aren’t?’ appeared first on Ironclad Coffee Roasters.

Introducing: Ethiopia Hambela Alaka (Grade 1)

We’re pleased to introduce you to one of the very first coffees available for purchase at the Ironclad Coffee WebStore. We love Ethiopian coffees for a myriad of reasons: High elevations that make for stellar complexity in the cup, striking flavors and acidity, and the history (Ethiopia is the place whence all coffee originated). This […] The post Introducing: Ethiopia Hambela Alaka (Grade 1) appeared first on Ironclad Coffee Roasters.

Introducing: Brazil Barra Grande Estate Natural

As part of Ironclad Coffee Roasters’ inaugural offerings, we are pleased to present a naturally (dry) processed coffee from a farm in the Minas Gerais state of Brazil. Sildes Caixeta, owner of Sitio Barra Grande, is a third-generation coffee farmer from a region called “Alto Barreiro,” on the border of Poço Fundo and Machado in […] The post Introducing: Brazil Barra Grande Estate Natural appeared first on Ironclad Coffee Roasters.

Building Ironclad

This autumn, we will be privileged to open the doors to a new coffee roastery in the great city of Richmond, Virginia.  It’s exciting to be posting this first blog at IroncladCoffee.com some six months (or thereabouts) ahead of the roaster being fired up for the very first time. As you might imagine, a tremendous […] The post Building Ironclad appeared first on Ironclad Coffee Roasters.
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