Ever wonder how you can bring a piece of Muskoka home with you? I finally figured it out - it’s in my cup of coffee! I first tasted the “Loon Call Breakfast Blend” with friends after a chilly outdoor playdate. Upon coming inside to warm up, we poured a cup of the medium-roasted blend, and loved the pleasant flavour and warmth of this locally produced coffee.
Loon Call is perfect if you need to please a large group of coffee drinkers with varied tastes; it was a hit with the mild coffee drinkers but was still full-bodied enough to please the dark roast fans. The aroma of Loon Call brewing in my kitchen created a tantalizing aroma that even non-coffee drinkers could enjoy.
I like to have two or three kinds of coffee on hand. Depending on my mood and possibly the accompanying food, I enjoy choosing from a selection of great coffee. Muskoka Roastery makes several different strength and flavours of coffee, which I’m also eager to try. I have been known to stir up an occasional quick cup of instant (real coffee fans would never admit this, I know), it saves time but mostly it makes my “real coffee” time that much more delightful. Now that I have added the Muskoka Roastery Coffee Co. to my line-up, it has easily become my favorite. Here’s a little background on Muskoka Roastery Coffee, the companies values are every bit as impressive as the coffee they make.
Local meets International
Muskoka Roastery Coffee is ethically sourced, meaning that 100% of their coffee comes from Rainforest Alliance Certified™ farms that meet comprehensive standards for sustainable agriculture. These standards are important because they conserve biodiversity and protect ecosystems, including soil, water and wildlife. Farm workers enjoy safe working conditions, dignified housing, access to medical care and schools for their children. My purchase of Rainforest Alliance Certified™ coffee not only supports rural business in Ontario, but it also contributes to a healthy environment and an improved quality of life for farm families which truly embodies the ruralist spirit.
Since starting to roast their own beans in 2000, the Muskoka Roastery has branched out to include 10 carefully chosen blends. At a price point that is competetive with other major brands of coffee, Muskoka Roastery deserves a place on your shelf. To find and support your local Muskoka click HERE.
Muskoka Roastery Coffee is 100% Canadian owned and operated and has proudly been roasting coffee beans in Huntsville for 11 years.