King of Clubs delivers freshly roasted, fair trade coffee
to people and businesses. In a world of mass produced
burnt coffee where people have forgotten how great
coffee can be, we’re committed to raising the bar of
artisan, craft coffee.
All of our sourced green coffee beans are hand-picked during optimal harvest times and rigorously inspected to ensure the highest level of quality. King of Clubs Coffee trusts its name to only the most skilled coffee farmers, sourcing fair trade coffee.
Let us introduce you to our coffee roasting process, our team, and the regions from where we source our green coffee beans.
Our Team is Talented, Dedicated & Enthusiastic.
At King of Clubs Brewing Company, we understand that
every country, every region, every roasting batch… and
ultimately every coffee bean possesses a unique flavor
profile. Coffee beans have nearly 850 compounds that
can contribute to its flavor and aroma, and bringing out
a few delicious notes takes experience and skill. As a
result, we individually roasting every batch of our high
quality green beans to fully express the signature profiles,
and deliver fresh coffee.
King of Clubs has its coffee delivered to its roasting warehouse in Williamsburg, Virginia, where it roasts and packages the coffee.
Our Beans: 100% Coffea Arabica
We source only 100% Coffea Arabica. Originally
indigenous to the highlands of Ethiopia, Coffea Arabica
is widely believed to be the first cultivated species of
coffee. Today, C. arabica is farmed internationally in
tropical and subtropical regions, and is prized in
specialty coffee roasting. King of Clubs coffee believes that
Coffea Arabica plants yield the purest expression of
The C. arabica plant requires approximately 7 years to mature, with flowers emerging in the first 2 to 4 years. During this time coffee farmers must meticulously cultivate the plants, including proper irrigation and pruning. The species flourishes in regions with average annual temperatures between 60 and 80° F, steady rainfall, and moderate to high altitudes. Mature plants produce cherries containing two coffee beans each; these fruits ripen to a rich, glossy red. The annual yield of single tree can vary greatly depending on care and climate – from 1 pound to 11 pounds of dried coffee beans.
Production of exceptional coffee begins with diligent cultivation of C. arabica trees, and extends to the harvesting, selection, and processing of the resulting coffee fruit.