Making Coffee Is A Family Business

For the last 35 years the Rogers family has dedicated themselves to improving the business of coffee. Here is their story, in their own words. Never has a company been so honest and open. You will not be able to stop watching.

If you believe in us, our product and our mission, please share.




  1. Krystie Huwe 11 January, 2015 at 12:00 Reply

    Just tied this coffe for the first time! WOW! Have I been missing out or what?!! I don’t have an outlet near me, but will definitely be buying from this family! I love your passion for the farmers…it is an added bonus!!!

  2. Shannon French 29 January, 2015 at 15:43 Reply

    Hi Rogers family

    I am an Australian former soldier who returned to East Timor with my buddies to start Wild Timor Coffee. I came across your company while researching the best ways to improve direct trade. I really love what you are doing, your whole mantra is something we aspire to be,. The your free coffee to soldiers program stuns me. Its amazing. I would love to meet Pete one day to chat if I get a chance to come to the USA. Is that even possible? We have done some of our own solar panel, water tanks projects and education but feel their is more we could do to help through our coffee sales. Any way thought I’d touch base. Would love to hear from someone in your company.

    Warm Regards

    Shannon French

  3. Jim 4 March, 2015 at 04:50 Reply

    I have tried all brands of French roast Beand and the sanfrancisco bay are by far the best ever. I have switched to strait black instead of any adds. The coffee is great and so is your company.

  4. Jerry Syrovatka 18 April, 2015 at 06:45 Reply

    When Costco stop selling the Hazel Nut coffee beans I had to go to your web site and buy it direct, cost a little bit more, but the coffee is the best. Even my friends asked me where I get it. Thanks for looking out for the little guy, God bless you and your family.

  5. Jim Dossett 11 May, 2015 at 11:50 Reply

    Love your coffee , thanks for freedom clip , will purchase your coffee with or without coupons or discounts, but appreciate both.
    Having opportunity to do business with people with intregity and other Judaio-Christian values is a wonderful bonus.


  6. Gerald Daniels 26 May, 2015 at 02:55 Reply

    I just tried your coffee for the first time here in Afghanistan. I have to say I love it. The dark roast is awesome. Now I just need to figure out how to order a bag. MSgt (ret) Gerald Daniels

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