Welcome To Brooklyn Roasting Company

The Brooklyn Roasting Company buys, roasts and sells superb coffees from the world’s most renowned growing regions. We favor certified coffees (Fair Trade, Rainforest Alliance, organic) and unique auction-lot coffees. All of our beans are locally roasted every day and expertly packaged in our state-of-the-art production facilities to maximize flavor and freshness. We also recognize and celebrate the inspirational nature of coffee. Engaging New York’s core cultural, artistic and educational institutions constantly inspires us. We roast our coffees to satisfy the most discerning coffee drinkers and creative coffee thinkers anywhere on the planet.


Our current coffee offerings:

BRC’s Maple Shay Listed as Best Seasonal Coffee by CityGuide

BRC is proud to be a part of CityGuide NY‘s list of best seasonal coffees for our Maple Shay. To quote the article, “Maple syrup in November? Say no more. Brooklyn Roasting Company’s Maple Shay mixes your favorite pancake topping with espresso and steamed milk. BRC has many shops in the city now, but we recommend the airplane hangar-ish one in DUMBO for the ultimate Brooklyn coffee experience.”  Read the full post here.

Introducing Color Of Coffee Sampler Packs

New for the holidays, we are pleased to offer our Color of Coffee Sampler Packs.  Choose from two samplers: The Sumatra Aceh, Ethiopian Natural and Iris Espresso sampler and The Mocha Java, Peru High Grown Andes and Ethiopian Washed sampler.


Each sampler is freshly roasted to perfection, packaged whole bean and is available for only $39.50.  If that wasn’t enough, we are throwing in a copy of our limited edition BRC comic book and a blank BRC holiday card.  Learn more about this perfect holiday gift here.

BRC In The News: Green Gift Guide and Tips From Your Barista

Mashed.com took a look at things your barista wishes you knew and caught up with BRC’s Jim Munson for his take.  Jim told them “we wish our customers knew that during busy times things might take longer. We want to make you happy, not frustrated. We want to make your taste buds happy and that takes time, especially with the more complicated drinks.”  Read the rest of the article here.


The holiday season is in full swing and Treehugger posted a Green Gift Guide featuring Brooklyn Roasting Company’s Fair Trade Sampler, which “offers three superb coffees for the discerning connoisseur” and is available this holiday season at the price of $40. Read the full article here.

BRC’s Peru Listed In Reader’s Digest Holiday Gift Guide

Reader’s Digest has listed BRC’s Peru High Grown Andes as one of its 26 Beautiful Holiday Gifts That Give Back! To quote the post:

“Nothing will fuel the hero in your life quite like a great cup of coffee, which is why Brooklyn Roasting Company’s coffee tins make such great gifts for the environmental activist on your list. They’re donating 10 percent of sales to climate change activism efforts through 350.org.”

Check out the full article here.

A Recap of the COP23 Climate Summit

NPR took a look at this past week’s COP23 Climate Summit held in Bonn, Germany and hosted by Fiji. Climate and coffee are intimately intertwined and the moment is critical.  According to the article:

Researchers say the emissions reduction targets made at Paris — and what countries are doing to meet them — are weak. Hanna Fekete is with the New Climate Institute. She cites new research by a European group, Climate Action Tracker. “What we actually find is that a large number of countries is in the category of weak targets and even weaker implementation,” she says, “and that is specifically worrying because there are many large emitters in this weaker category.” That weak target and effort category includes countries such as the U.S., Russia and China. The Paris agreement set a goal not to let the planet warm more than 3.6 degrees F above what is was before the industrial revolution. This latest analysis echoes others: the pledges made by countries in Paris to reduce emissions aren’t enough, and that current energy policies aren’t going to make even the Paris pledges possible. Fekete says the Carbon Action Tracker analysis shows that the climate is currently headed for an increase of at least 6 degrees F by the end of the century.

Read the rest of the article here.