Every batch we roast adheres to three pillars: Quality. Freshness. Flavor. Our commitment to you is that we will only use high quality coffees based on stringent sourcing practices, and ensure that all of our green coffees are hermetically sealed to protect the freshness & integrity of the coffee while preventing the growth of harmful mold and mycotoxins. We are committed to hand crafted, small batch, specialty coffee roasting and approaching coffee roasting with a singular goal: How can we unlock the full potential of this bean? Experience specialty coffee with KAHA Coffee Roasters today!

What's so special?

Great question! When coffee is sourced and roasted properly, the results can be spectacular! KAHA Coffee Roasters specializes in hand crafted, small batch, specialty coffee roasting with a focus on high quality coffees sourced from around the world. If you are unfamiliar with the term Specialty Coffee, it is best summed up as coffee that has been grown, handled, processed, sourced, and roasted with attention to detail to bring out the best of what coffee has to offer, as opposed to the mass-produced coffees typically found at grocery stores which are also referred to in the coffee industry as “commodity coffees.” For more about who we are and what we do, visit our ABOUT US page.


Cooking & Coffee: Apple Cinnamon Muffins

INGREDIENTS Muffin Batter 1/2 cup packed light brown sugar 1 large egg 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 large firm apple such as Granny Smith or Honeycrisp, peeled 1 cup all-purpose flour 3/4 teaspoon baking powder 3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon...

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Brewing At Home: Whole Bean or Pre-Ground Coffee?

Should I purchase Whole Bean or Pre-Ground Coffee? This is one of the questions we get asked most frequently. If you ask most coffee people, the answer will almost always be that it’s best to use whole bean coffee for freshness and peak flavor. In our opinion, there are a couple exceptions...

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Coffee Brewing Guide / Cheat Sheet

The purpose of this guide is not to cover specifics about the brew methods themselves as there are far too many to cover here, but to act as a framework to get you on the right path to brewing amazing coffee.

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Take a few seconds and think through all the different fruits you consume. Now, carefully evaluate that list and name all the fruits where the seed—yes, just the seed—is the ONLY part you eat.

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The Epic Journey Coffee Takes to Arrive to Our Cups

If you had to take a guess, how far would you say the coffee you are drinking today has traveled to get to you from its origin?

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Coffee Brewing: A Look at Some of the Most Popular Methods

In this month’s blog, I would like to explore the world of coffee brewing and provide some insight into how it has been evolving.

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Fascinating Facts About the Coffee Plant and Its Beans That Will Surprise You!

How much do you really know about the coffee plant?

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Coffee Roasting: A Quick Overview of the Process and Fun Facts

Coffee roasting is a process that we may often take for granted, but it is actually a remarkable union between science and craftsmanship.

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A Journey Through the Coffee-Growing Regions of the World and Their Unique Flavor Profiles

Have you ever wondered where your coffee comes from? How the coffee is harvested? Who is behind the coffee?

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Fond Coffee Memories That Helped Me Discover My Passion for Coffee—And What’s Next for KAHA

I’d now like to take a moment to introduce a new KAHA initiative that has been on my heart and in the works for some time now. Throughout my coffee journey, I’ve had the desire to bring additional value to this wonderful drink we all enjoy so much, and to emphasize some important areas of the industry that often don’t receive enough recognition or exposure.

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This is a product review of the Alessi Pulcina Espresso Coffee Maker. This is a stovetop mokapot style espresso coffee maker produced by the Italian design factory Alessi in collaboration with illy Research & Development Lab, and designed by architect Michele De Lucchi. It is said to cut off brewing before the coffee becomes bitter and is over extracted as with most mokapot makers.

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Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe

As the season changes to fall, we see the return of one of the most popular fall flavors… Pumpkin Spice. For the most part we love to enjoy the flavor notes of our coffees with no creamer or flavorings, but when fall rolls around we can get onboard with a good pumpkin spice latte!

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