Coffee is a beloved beverage enjoyed by millions of people around the world. It all begins with the coffee plant, which is native to tropical regions of Africa and grows in over 50 countries globally. The coffee plant produces cherry-like fruit, each containing two seeds, commonly known as coffee beans.
At Rok's, we are dedicated to sourcing the finest quality coffee beans to bring you the best coffee experience. We carefully select the finest beans from the best coffee-growing regions, ensuring that every cup of Rok's coffee is of the highest quality.
Once the coffee cherries are ripe, they are handpicked or mechanically harvested, depending on the region and method of production. The cherries are then processed to remove the outer layer, revealing the coffee beans. The beans are then sorted, graded, and selected for roasting.
Roasting is a crucial step in the coffee-making process as it transforms the green beans into the rich and aromatic coffee that we know and love. The roasting process determines the flavor profile of the coffee, with lighter roasts having a milder flavor and darker roasts having a stronger and more intense flavor.
After roasting, the coffee beans are packaged and shipped to coffee shops, supermarkets, and homes around the world. At Rok's, we take pride in our roasting process and the care that goes into every bag of coffee beans. Our goal is to bring you the finest coffee experience, every time.
Coffee has a rich and storied history, and its popularity continues to grow as people seek new and exciting coffee experiences. Whether enjoyed in a cafe with friends, at home with family, or on the go, coffee is a staple in the lives of millions of people and brings comfort, energy, and inspiration to their daily routines. At Rok's, we are proud to be a part of this timeless tradition and to offer you the finest quality coffee.
Coffee was first discovered by goats: According to legend, coffee was first discovered by a goat herder in Ethiopia who noticed that his goats became more energetic after eating the beans from the coffee plant.
The world's largest coffee producer is Brazil: Brazil is the world's largest producer of coffee, accounting for about one-third of the world's total coffee production.
2 billion cups of coffee consumed daily.