Ahrre’s Coffee Roastery

Est. 2001

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Ahrre's Coffee Roastery / Testimonials

Ahrre—I just want to thank you for helping us with the coffee order last week! I LOVE your coffee and I wanted to get my team something I knew they would all enjoy. I look forward to my cup of your coffee every morning!!! I even travel with it. The bad thing is every other coffee I drink is “just OK” …your coffee has really spoiled me!!! Thanks again!! Have a great one!

Cary Conwell RMS

"I am consistently disapointed with so many so called fresh roasted coffees—it seems like the hype never lives up to the taste. Not so with Ahrre's. I've been drinking his coffee for almost 20 years and it's consitently the most flavorful and satisfying brew I put in my mug every morning."

Mike Davis

“The most interesting thing to me about the Fair Trade phenomenon is that it is consumer driven. Most of the time we feel we don’t have a choice as consumers, that we get what we are offered and we can’t influence commerce. We whine that we wish there were some sort of ID so that we could be sure our clothes weren’t made in a sweatshop (we used to have that: it’s called a union label). But for the most part we feel powerless. The notion of Fair Trade tells the producer that, as opposed to what the middle man told you, North American consumers, given the choice, will pay a little more to make sure the growers/workers got a good deal. And consumers backed it up. Simple. The notion that people in one country care more about workers in another country than they do about doing everything as cheaply as possible is a positive message for us all.”

Chico schwall, http://www.chicoschwall.net

Ahrre—I just want to thank you for helping us with the coffee order last week! I LOVE your coffee and I wanted to get my team something I knew they would all enjoy. I look forward to my cup of your coffee every morning!!! I even travel with it. The bad thing is every other coffee I drink is “just OK” …your coffee has really spoiled me!!! Thanks again!! Have a great one!

Cary Conwell RMS

"I am consistently disapointed with so many so called fresh roasted coffees—it seems like the hype never lives up to the taste. Not so with Ahrre's. I've been drinking his coffee for almost 20 years and it's consitently the most flavorful and satisfying brew I put in my mug every morning."

Mike Davis

“The most interesting thing to me about the Fair Trade phenomenon is that it is consumer driven. Most of the time we feel we don’t have a choice as consumers, that we get what we are offered and we can’t influence commerce. We whine that we wish there were some sort of ID so that we could be sure our clothes weren’t made in a sweatshop (we used to have that: it’s called a union label). But for the most part we feel powerless. The notion of Fair Trade tells the producer that, as opposed to what the middle man told you, North American consumers, given the choice, will pay a little more to make sure the growers/workers got a good deal. And consumers backed it up. Simple. The notion that people in one country care more about workers in another country than they do about doing everything as cheaply as possible is a positive message for us all.”

Chico schwall, http://www.chicoschwall.net

Ahrre—I just want to thank you for helping us with the coffee order last week! I LOVE your coffee and I wanted to get my team something I knew they would all enjoy. I look forward to my cup of your coffee every morning!!! I even travel with it. The bad thing is every other coffee I drink is “just OK” …your coffee has really spoiled me!!! Thanks again!! Have a great one!

Cary Conwell RMS

"I am consistently disapointed with so many so called fresh roasted coffees—it seems like the hype never lives up to the taste. Not so with Ahrre's. I've been drinking his coffee for almost 20 years and it's consitently the most flavorful and satisfying brew I put in my mug every morning."

Mike Davis

“The most interesting thing to me about the Fair Trade phenomenon is that it is consumer driven. Most of the time we feel we don’t have a choice as consumers, that we get what we are offered and we can’t influence commerce. We whine that we wish there were some sort of ID so that we could be sure our clothes weren’t made in a sweatshop (we used to have that: it’s called a union label). But for the most part we feel powerless. The notion of Fair Trade tells the producer that, as opposed to what the middle man told you, North American consumers, given the choice, will pay a little more to make sure the growers/workers got a good deal. And consumers backed it up. Simple. The notion that people in one country care more about workers in another country than they do about doing everything as cheaply as possible is a positive message for us all.”

Chico schwall, http://www.chicoschwall.net