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We're at the Railyards Market on Sundays until October!

Hi everyone! We just finished our first Sunday at the Railyards Market and it was a huge success! We are there every Sunday until October from 9am until 1pm. Come by and see us and check out fantastic local vendors in this beautiful, historic blacksmith building. We are serving hot coffee, cold brew coffee, iced [...]

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Barista Training Class starts this weekend!

It's April 1st, but I assure you, this is not a joke! We are starting a barista training class here at the shop! Our class this weekend is getting close to full, so if you're interested, check out the flyer for more info and call us to reserve your spot.  This is our first of many barista [...]

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Two Great New Changes at Prosum Roasters

Prosum Roasters has some great news!  1)  We hired a new employee -- Chad (yea!!)  Next time you stop into the roastery be sure and say HI to Chad  2)  We are extending our counter & coffee serving hours.  We are now open Monday - Friday 6:30am - 12:30pm.  We hope to see you soon!

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Prosum Roasters on Good Day New Mexico

Prosum Roasters was featured on Good Day New Mexico.  Below is a link to the segment.  Thanks to Good Day New Mexico for being so gracious - they made me feel at ease.  The host was great.  He is a fellow coffee fanatic! http://www.kob.com/article/stories/S3615266.shtml?cat=11121#.VGEIK2ctDct

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Nicaraga Finca Santa Teresa

Our Nicaraguan Finca Santa Teresa coffee comes from a finca (farm) near Dipilto, Nicaragua that is run by Jorge Logos. Jorge does an amazing job.  He inherited the Santa Teresa about 3 year ago when his father died. Each year Jorge has worked to improve employee housing, increase pay, and improve creature comforts such as bathing rooms, toilets, [...]

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Visiting Ethiopia - Meeting the Leader of the Girl's Club and Some Families Behind Our Coffee

My daughter, Riley, and I just got back from Ethiopia and it was a great trip! We traveled there with our importer, Matt (my old prom date) from The Bushwick Seed Co (BUSECO) & Think Coffee and Kerry, the owner of the Tar Pit Cafe. It was so cool to get to see some [...]

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Visiting Ethiopia -- Touring the Government's Coffee Grading and Exporting Facility

Our trip to Ethiopia was great! When we were in Addis Ababa we toured the Ethiopian government's coffee grading and exporting facility. When green coffee is sold in Ethiopia it has to be taste tested and graded before it can be exported. The pictures below are of our tour of their main processing [...]

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Who We Are

Prosum: (prō sum) Latin: To be useful, do good, benefitAt Prosum Roasters we just want to provide you with an exceptional cup of coffee. We work with farmers from around the world and build business relationships directly with them. Through these partnerships we get great coffee, and 10% of our profits go to projects that benefit the farmers and [...]

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Visiting a Coffee Farmer in El Salvador

While on my trip to Central America I went with my coffee importer, Matt (of Think Coffee & The Bushwick Seed Company), to visit a coffee farmer in El Salvador named Lichi.  This farmer is different from the other farmers I met on this trip.   He has a large finca (what they call the coffee farms in [...]

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Visiting Coffee Farmers in Chiappas Mexico

This trip changed my perspective on coffee forever.  During this journey is when I decided to open Prosum Roasters.  Thank you Matt (my friend and coffee importer from The Bushwick Seed Company & Think Coffee) for taking me on this great adventure that changed my life!When in Chiappas, we met with a group of farmers that live [...]

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