Camano Island Coffee Roasters have some of the best coffee I have ever tasted. I’m actually drinking a cup of their Papua New Guinea medium roast right now. The coffee beans they purchase are USDA Certified Organic and Shade-grown. This means the coffee plants are grown under a canopy of trees. It incorporates principles of natural ecology. That being said, the guys at Camano Island Coffee Roasters know how to take these special beans, then roast them to perfection.
Camano Island Coffee
They roast their beans from a medium roast to a full bodied Sumatra dark roast. And they do it with you in mind. Knowing you love good coffee, the guys of Camano take pride in the coffee they roast.
The home of Camano Island Coffee Roaster is in the upper Northwest, a place in Camano, WA. Camano is a census-designated place (CDP) in Island County, Washington, United States. The population was 13,347 at the 2000 census. Though Camano Island is small in population, the guys of Camano Coffee Island Roaster roast coffee that is big on flavor.
Papua New Guinea
This was my first experience with Camano Island Coffee as well as shade-grown. You can read my original review here. I find this to be one of the easiest coffees to drink I have ever tasted. Whether it is, the beans themselves, or the way it is roasted, or maybe the region, it is really good.
Unlike some coffee, the Papua New Guinea doesn’t produce the coffee jitters. At least not with me. I find an almost adverse effect when drinking it. Relaxation. Once you taste it you will understand exactly what I mean.
Nope. Not at all.
If you love coffee, and since you are reading this, I’m certain you do, you have to try the coffees from Camano Island Coffee Roasters. They do coffee right.