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Looking for a great cup of joe in the coffee aisle at Kroger? Just look for our blue bag. We take pride in being Texas' first craft roaster, starting our journey over 20 years ago. If you're looking for a great cup of coffee sourced ethically from the best places in the world, well, we got that in the bag.

 

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City Address

Prosper

4650 West University Driv

Plano

7100 Independence Pkwy

Plano

3305 N. Dallas Pkwy

Plano

2925 Custer Rd

Plano

9700 Coit Rd

Frisco

4851 Legacy Dr

Frisco

3205 W Main St

Frisco

7500 Preston Rd

Little Elm

2671 Little Elm Pkwy

SMALL BATCH ROASTED, PACKED, & SHIPPED FRESH!

Cuvée whole bean coffee is roasted and shipped within two business days directly from our roastery in Austin, Texas.

- ETHICALLY SOURCED -

We’re dedicated to delivering ethically sourced coffee from direct trade coffee farms. Our direct trade model means we work directly with our growing partners and pay fair prices to cultivate growers' communities and sustainable practices..

- 100% ARABICA -

Our Arabica beans create a balanced and smooth coffee. We travel around the world, meeting with the famers to carefully select the best beans available.

- SMALL BATCH ROASTED-

Roasted fresh at our factory in Austin, Texas, daily to ensure peak flavor and quality. Our roasters combine old world techniques with the newest technology for a consistent level of excellence.

- SHIPPED FRESH-

Your coffee is packed fresh, sealed and shipped within two days of roasting to ensure you get the best coffee available.

 

THE JOURNEY

Visiting a farm first-hand allows our Founder, Mike, to build and strengthen his relationships with Cuvée Coffee farmers, which ultimately produces a healthier partnership.

To ensure the end product is exceptional, these trips also act as an audit of a farm's operations. Mike checks to make sure no corners are cut, and that they are sustainable. Farms that Cuvée Coffee uses must also be good stewards of the land. Mike inspects each farm to make sure they are being environmentally conscious and following best practices.

QUALITY CONTROL

During an educational program with a group of producers, Mike sorts coffee cherries by ripeness. There are 100 "dimples" on this wooden board. Random cherries are placed in each dimple then sorted by ripeness. This helps determine the percent of successful picking and the goal is to have 100 perfectly ripe cherries. It's harder than it looks!

DE-PULPING

After picking and sorting, coffee cherries go through a depulper to separate the seed from the fruit. The fruit is eventually put back into the farm in the form of compost.

FERMENTATION

This is part of the post-harvesting process and is done between de-pulping and drying. Fermentation helps remove the layer of mucilage, a sugary substance that surrounds the coffee bean and is a critical step for a "fully washed" coffee.

DRYING

Here, a farmer rakes coffee beans that are drying on a patio. Raking is important to ensure uniform drying and help keep the beans from molding.

DRYING

Here, a farmer rakes coffee beans that are drying on a patio. Raking is important to ensure uniform drying and help keep the beans from molding.

CUPPING

Pouring hot water over coffee grounds creates a "crust," which is broken and smelled, then the coffee is tasted. The uniformity of the aroma and flavor between cups are used to score the coffee on a 100 point scale. During this process, Mike's goal is to pick the absolute best coffee the farm has to offer.

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