Freshly Roasted Coffee for your Special Event!

One of the blessings of having a professional coffee roaster in the family, is having access to the best coffee ever for all of our special events. While Rask Coffee Roasters is keeping busy providing top quality coffee for our family celebrations this month, Tim Rask is still available to do some roasting for you. He would also like to offer the services of Rask Coffee Roasters for your next special event. A delicious way to celebrate!

You can place an order for your freshly roasted coffee through Bethlehem Harvest’s order site: or, for those in the Sugar Land area, by contacting Tim Rask directly at  Tim has a couple of different roasting sessions scheduled for May, so place your order and we will let you know when your coffee will be ready!

These are the coffee selections that are available for the month of May:

Kenya Kiambu Peaberry – $15.00/12 oz bag
This truly outstanding coffee from Kenya features flavors of citrus, blueberry and brown sugar. Peaberries are smaller beans which are sweeter and more densely packed with natural sugars than larger beans. This Kenyan Peaberry packs a sweet punch that will wake you up and lift your spirits!

Costa Rica Tarrazu – San Francisco 1900 – $12.30/12 oz bag
This coffee is sweet, clean and well-balanced; with nutty aroma and flavors of toffee, molasses and almond.

Sumatra Mandheling Mutu Batak – $12.40/12 oz bag
Mutu Batak yields flavors of brown rice syrup, palm sugar, cacao nibs, peet, licorice root, citrus peel and warming spice. It is a complex coffee which is more earthy and spicy than any of our other offerings.

Decaf Honduras – Swiss Water Process – $12.75/12 oz bag
This decaf from Honduras presents flavors of chocolate malted barley, cardamom and almond. Enjoy a cup after dinner and then get a good night’s sleep!

When you place an order for coffee, be sure to check out the many other wholesome products available at bulk discount prices through Bethlehem Harvest. You don’t have to stop with coffee!!

Gail DeGray

Timothy Rask

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