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Coffee Roasting: From the Bean to the Cup

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It's a beverage that many of us drink every day. Of course, we're talking about coffee, and this morning a local coffee roaster showed NBCRight Now just how a cup of joe is made. It's a beverage that many of us drink every day. Of course, we're talking about coffee, and this morning a local coffee roaster showed NBCRight Now just how a cup of joe is made.

KENNEWICK, WA - It's a beverage that many of us drink every day. Of course, we're talking about coffee, and this morning a local coffee roaster showed NBCRight Now just how a cup of joe is made.

The owners of Treasure Valley Coffee in Kennewick have been roasting coffee in the Tri-Cities since 1997.

The family-owned business makes nearly 60 blends, with beans imported from Central America, Asia and Africa. It takes about 25 minutes to roast a full batch and the company cranks out more than 1,000 pounds of coffee daily. 

"We roast today and sell tomorrow, so it's one of the freshest coffee's you can get--you can consume it within two weeks--and the quality is great," said Paul Roskelley, family owns Treasure Valley Coffee. "We buy strictly hard beans and we try to pick the best beans in the world," he continued.

You can find Treasure Valley Coffee at many local gas stations or you can stop by their warehouse at 1351 E. 3rd Avenue in Kennewick. 

 

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