Utah Roasted Coffee

Utah’s average altitude is above 4,200 feet. High Altitude Roasting optimizes the flavor with shorter cooking and temperature times. It helps eliminate the burnt flavor that you may get in a lot of other coffees. Altitudes above 3000 feet in elevation are considered high altitude roasting. With the higher altitude it allows for the coffee to be roasted quicker and at lower temperatures which in turn releases the oils slower, thus avoiding the smokey, scorched tastes.