About Needmore Coffee Roasters
In June 2014, Needmore Coffee Roasters started with a woman and a one-pound, electric roaster. Owner Katie Mysliwiec named her new business after Needmore Elementary School in Needmore, Indiana (that’s in northern Lawrence County, about 19 miles south as the crow flies of our roastery today) because of her fond memories of the place she went to school as a child. We’ve come a long way.
Our Promise to You
Quality hospitality means we care for you and care for the earth. In other words, we treat Mother Nature like family. Cause she is. That’s why we only roast organic coffee, compost, and treat our environment with respect.
Where coffee comes from matters. That’s why we ethically source our certified organic beans from farmers that love coffee as much as we do. We offer both direct trade and fair trade coffees.
Helping Our Neighbors
Being a good neighbor means taking care of your community. We donate used coffee grounds to local gardening groups and farmers to keep things growing. We also help fund the Comedor Children’s™ Lunch Program in Posoltega, Nicaragua, which is organized and run by Bloomington & Posoltega Sister Cities, and give in-kind donations to local non-profits. Find out more.
From the Blog
Honduras Coffee and Coronavirus: checking in with 18 Rabbit Farm
Everyone is feeling the effects of the coronavirus, including the producers of our Honduras 18 Rabbit coffee beans. We introduced you to the lovely folks who work diligently to farm and harvest our natural process Honduran coffee beans in a previous post. Recently, we...read more
Sumatra Coffee: the captivating effects of the wet-hulled process
We are thrilled to announce our newest single-origin offering: a fair trade, organic Indonesian coffee from Sumatra. Our Sumatra Aceh Gayo is a dark Vienna roast, smooth bodied coffee with notes of cocoa and lemongrass. In this post, we will tell you a little bit...read more
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