As you may know, Prescott Coffee Roasters has closed the doors to our retail coffee shop. We appreciate, and will miss, all of our loyal customers as well as the occasional visitor who simply wanted a great cup of coffee.

We might not be retail anymore but that doesn’t mean we are going away.

Prescott Coffee Roasters is still your source for high quality, fresh roasted beans!

In an effort to concentrate on ‘the bean’ we have closed our retail store and now wholesale only. This means you can find our coffee in town at locally owned cafes, bakeries & restaurants. You don’t have to look hard to find us!

We supply our high quality, great tasting coffee to retail cafes, coffee shops, and stores in Prescott, Prescott Valley, and all over Northern Arizona.

Our coffee will be distributed solely through Corvis Distributing to the local shops, allowing me to concentrate on roasting and allowing Corvis to concentrate on taking orders, supplying cafes and maintaining equipment!

Corvis can be reached at 928-778-2699, or stop by for a visit at 9551 E. Lorna Ln in Prescott Valley. If you are new to the area and want to find PCR coffee, they can tell you who is selling it close by where you live.

Are you a local business owner who wants to serve our coffee?

Before we can become partners in coffee you must answer ‘yes’ to these questions-

1. Are you willing to buy and maintain good equipment?

2. Are you willing to WEIGH out the appropriate amount of coffee and grind it prior to brewing?

3. Are you willing to order only what you use each week and dispose of any old unsold coffee?

4. Are you willing to ensure your employees will always be trained to do their coffee duties correctly?

If I sell coffee to you through my distributor then YOU are the final factor in how my coffee is prepared and therefore you are a big part of my public image. We are a team. It’s not difficult to do all this right, it’s simply attention to detail. What makes ‘good coffee’ is strictly opinion, and opinions vary throughout the industry. What we ALL agree on is – you can’t cut corners preparing coffee, doing so ensures a beverage that falls far short of the potentially ‘best cup’ you paid for!

Did you answer yes and understand the last paragraph? Contact me through this site or through our Facebook page.

Thank you for looking us up.

Contact Prescott Coffee Roasters

Rich Gregory
Prescott Coffee Roasters
9551 E. Lorna Ln. Suite A
Prescott Valley, AZ 86314

Phone: 928-717-0190

Made in VermontPrescott Coffee Roasters’ accurate dispensing system
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Hey, I know it is hotter than (fill in your favorite hot item to compare heat to) but you can still find time to visit your local shops before each day heats up. Try some cold brew or other goodies at Frannie's - frozen yogurt, ice cream, coffee house and bakery, Black Dog Coffee & Tea, Marino's Mob Burgers and Ice Cream, Old Town Red Rooster Cafe, Rocky RD Ice Cream, Raven Café, or any other of many local jems. Lately I've been enjoying something cold on the weekends at Olde World Bagels & Market. I apologize if I didn't mention any shop of mine that serves cold coffee drinks! Sound off here to get the word out.

Wherever you go- go early and often. When things heat up this much it's just like those snow days we get- people stay in. Only we really don't have to stay in, just be smart about going out.

Thank you again for the continued support. Any of my wholesale customers who don't have a big Toddy Brewer already can have one of the two I have at the warehouse. Let me know if you need it, or need to know how to use it.

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Success! 24 hours in the refrigerator with a drip grind works. Another cold brew experiment gone well!

This is good news because 1) You already have coffee ground for your drip brewer at home or 2) You have your grinder set to drip grind and don't have to change it.

If you're trying this at home consider covering the top of your jar or Toddy brewer (in or out of a refrigerator, we live in an arid climate and this is the most arid time of year).

Use the amount of coffee you would usually use for drip coffee. Reduce the amount of water to a little less than a third. Most 8-12 cup brewers actually do 40oz of brewed coffee, so use from 9 to 13oz of water.

When you have finished- stir or shake to get everything loose anddrain through a filter basket on top of a jar big enough to fit your finished amount. If you are using a Toddy you don't have to shake, just pull the plug at the bottom over your jar.

I let mine sit for 30 minutes or so, that way it drains completely. Then top off with fresh cold water or something else and enjoy!

Feel free to experiment and find your perfect Cold Brew recipe,

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Good news everyone!

The cold brew I tried by leaving it in a jar, in the refrigerator for 48 hours was a solid coffee. The ratio was 1oz of coffee to 4.5-5oz of water left in jars and twice shaken up then filtered and used as concentrate. Add clean water, milk or milk substitute to the resulting concentrate to get your coffee the way you like.

Dry air and open windows give us some crazy temp swings overnight so this may be a good way to get consistent results. Feel free to experiment wi the amount of time. For example: if you have coffee ground for an auto drip brewer then you might try 24 hours instead of 48.

Feel free to share your results or questions! Stay cool this week,

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Tired of hearing about cold brew coffee? I'm not done yet.

Since some people might object to leaving coffee grounds steeping in room temperature water for 12-16 hours I decided to try to get the same results steeping in the refrigerator.

There are benefits of doing cold brew in the 'fridge: 1) It's not leaving your brew in the 'danger zone' temp-wise for a long time and 2) the temp in your 'fridge is probably more constant all year long than your kitchen is. I know for us it is, we like leaving windows open at night.

So far I've found that a 36 hour steep is pretty good with my FTO Decaf blend. Next I'll try 48 hours since that would be easier for most people to calculate. For grins I'll try more than one coffee this time around.

Anyone here experiment with cold brew? How about steeping the coffee in cold milk for you Latte lovers? How about making coffee extract by steeping in vodka?

Remember- cold brew coffee seems to turn out best when using the Toddy ratio- 1oz (by weight) of ground coffee for every 4.6666oz of water. The resulting concentrate can be cut with water, milk, soy / almond / etc not-milk. You can even make cold brew ice cubes.

Whatever you make, take it with you and enjoy!

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