Prescott Coffee Roasters : Supplier of Quality Coffee Beans

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

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

Phone: 928-717-0190

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Just got this in an email from 4 Signs you need new burrs. All shop owners should pay attention!"Loss Of Flavor- As burr life decreases, so does extraction and overall flavor. If you notice changes in your espresso in otherwise normal conditions, your burrs could be at fault.Slower Grinding- Old, worn burrs don't grind as quickly as sharp, new burrs. You'll notice slower grind times as burrs wear out.Clumping- Dull burrs aren't as precise as they used to be. Keep an eye out for consistent clumps instead of fine grinds.Noise & Heat- Worn burrs cause your grinder's motor to work harder, creating more noise and heat. If you notice an increase innoise or surface temperature, it's time for new burrs."Most commercial grinders use smaller burrs that should grind a double shot in around 15 seconds, at most. Those burrs generally last 6-12 months. Larger burrs that grind in 3-8 seconds generally last longer. Up to 2-3 years, all that depends on use.Changing burrs is *not* rocket science, but does require complete cleaning out of the grinding chamber. Shop owners should have Corvis Distributing come out and do it the first time. Pay attention and take notes, then decide if you want to do it on your own. Set a reminder in your phone to check your grinder in 6 months. Does it take 20 seconds instead of 12 to grind a shot? Time to change burrs again! Using dull, worn out burrs doesn't help your shop and certainly doesn't help represent PCR coffee. So stay on top of that. Don't remember the last time you changed burrs? Then it is past time.A good barista will be familiar with all the sounds and times involved in preparing espresso drinks and can pick up on worn out burrs. They wear out slowly so it is easy to miss it until the burrs are way past their time.Keep up the quality by keeping up your equipment!- Richard ... See MoreSee Less
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