Great coffee always comes to mind when you think of Washington, whether you’re starting off your work day with it, sipping a cup before heading out on a hike or taking a mug with you on a Sunday drive. Embracing all that Washington has to offer—from deep adventures in the forest or catching a baseball game to exploring a charming historic downtown or finding the best tucked away food truck—this exclusive Explore Washington State blend is the perfect start to any day. With smoky notes and full flavor, this balanced dark roast embodies all the reasons we love to call Washington home.
"Explore Washington exists to answer one question: 'What is it like to live in (insert community name here)?'
That’s only one question, but filling in the blank with diverse communities like Gig Harbor or Wenatchee or Ocean Shores can completely change the answer.
In pursuit of answering that question, Explore Washington State is designed as a platform that makes it fun and easy to learn more about specific areas of Washington State. That sometimes takes role of blog posts, videos, community involvement and feedback, or photos of the region.
All of these are provided with the goal of giving you a sense of what makes each location special and unique, as well as providing insight into the common threads that run through all Washington State communities.
We realize that others may use this information for different purposes, like planning a weekend trip to the area. That’s great! The information that we provide is free and we hope that it benefits all who come to this site."
Ripe fruit saturates the cup finishing silky with rich chocolate notes. In the middle of the cup, juicy and ripe plum transitions to peach giving the cup a structured acidity. As it cools, that brightness turns almost pulpy like fresh-squeezed juice grounded by the structure of milk chocolate qualities.
Ever wondered what the future of coffee tastes like? We think it tastes like progress and delight!
Roast House has supported World Coffee Research for some time now, donating an additional fee per pound of green coffee we purchase across the board. This year, that support has paid off with a delightful harvest of the F1 Hybrid at Aquiares in Turialba, Costa Rica. This variety was grown 1,300 meters above sea level and processed using the washed method.