We don’t buy our coffee in bulk from just any old farm that makes us a low-priced offer. We seek out only the highest quality plantations around the world to bring you the best Boston Stoker Direct Trade Certified coffees.
Working with our Direct Trade Partners gives us great joy, and it is a passion we desire to continue and share with you.
You can’t get coffee much fresher than what is prepared directly by master coffee roasters in the Gem City.
At Boston Stoker, we always roast our coffee fresh. Once it arrives from one of the farms that we have partnered with around world, it rests in our warehouse for the least amount of time possible before being roasted and sent off to one of our Dayton-local stores or awesome wholesale customers.
At Boston Stoker, you’ll always get the highest quality coffee from seed to cup.
From picking the first coffee seed to roasting it in our Dayton-based warehouse to brewing it by hand in one of our stores, we take a lot of pride in preparing coffee for you. When you come in to one of our stores, you’ll understand why we think coffee isn’t just about getting a cup to drink—it’s about having a great experience.
I’ve been spending time with the farmers, and getting first-hand experience understanding the process from a seed to your cup.
How to make delicious coffee at home: One of the most frequent comments we get at Boston Stoker is “My coffee at home never tastes as good as when I come into the store. How can I make delicious coffee at home?” There are many factors that go into a great...Read More
Boston Stoker is proud to present A Film About Coffee to the Dayton Area. The film, which first premiered in Seattle at the Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA), explores the world’s involvement and fascination with specialty coffee from crop to cup. It...Read More
On April 13th I had the opportunity to take the 1# roaster, with my co-worker Shane, to the North Market and roast some coffee for the Ohio Coffee Roast Brunch Event 2014. This event is a way for area coffee roasters to present coffee, all in one spot, for the public....Read More