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HUNTER BROTHERS COFFEE Small Batch Roaster Helps Veterans

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HUNTER BROTHERS COFFEE, OWNERS PAUL AND TIM HUNTER MADE IT A PRIORITY TO GIVE BACK, SPECIFICALLY GIVING TO VETERAN AND OTHER MILITARY FOCUSED ORGANIZATIONS.

Lucky for you, fresher coffee is here

But why? Because there are humans involved in small batch production

If you roast a smaller amount of coffee at a time, you are not mass producing product and are monitoring the situation more closely. If you roast a smaller amount than the roaster can hold, beans aren’t smashed together creating a more even and better baking experience.

In reality, knowing the difference doesn’t change how you drink coffee. What you need to know is to look for that information from your coffee choices. Often local roaster are small batch roasters which is great because you get better coffee and are supporting a local business at the same time!

Small Batch Roaster

As a small-batch roaster, our coffee beans are typically roasted in batches of less than 50 lbs. Since coffee roasting is equal parts art and science, it is critical that conditions and timing are perfect. To get the ideal flavor in your coffee, someone must monitor the roasting process at all times. By keeping our batches smaller, we are able to provide higher quality coffee to our customers while also keeping our inventory lower - which means you're getting freshly roasted coffee.

Paul Hunter (founding partner) is a retired veteran and spent time in both the Pa. Army National (HHB 1/107 FA, A 1/107 FA) and the Pa. Air National Guard (171 ARW).

Paul Hunter, along with fellow partners, Tim Hunter and Robin Abel, continues to serve and give back to the community by donating back a portion of proceeds to charitable organizations.

www.hunterbrotherscoffee.com 

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