What makes a cup of coffee a Closers Coffee? It’s the respect for the craft. A homage to the mastery of hustle and grind. A symbol of the relentless drive to achieve and exceed the status quo. Your coffee was earned, not handed to you as an entitlement. We set out to deliver a cup of coffee worthy of accompanying you through your day.
Our coffees are higher quality, grown under near-perfect conditions, meticulously processed and eventually craft roasted in small batches to find the ideal flavor. They’re meant to be savored within a few weeks of roasting. We buy the most expensive beans, because we don't compromise or make excuses. Yes you can buy other coffee that might be slightly less premium, might have some defects, or might be downright plebeian - but why would you want to? You elevate everything in your life to a higher standard. Your coffee should match your ambition. That is the Closer difference.
Of all the Arabica beans grown in the world, only about 20% are considered specialty grade; Grade 1, Closer Grade. Our Specialty Grade Green Coffee Beans contain no primary defects, 0-3 full defects, sorted with a maximum of 5% above and 5% below specified screen size or range of screen size, and exhibiting a distinct attribute in one or more of the following areas: taste, acidity, body, or aroma. These beans must be free of cup faults and taints, have zero quakers allowed and moisture content that is held between 9-13%.
We aren’t some drop ship, window dressing coffee company. We roast our coffee in small batches the day you order them all in the name of upholding your expectation for perfect taste, quality and freshness. What does "small batch" mean? It means we will roast for a single bag or up to 25 pounds. By taking this approach and by sampling or cupping our coffee from every bag of beans we purchase, we further ensure consistency of quality from batch to batch – guaranteed. You don’t settle for mediocrity and neither do we. If you are not completely satisfied with your coffee send it back for a 100% refund.
Time to make your own.