• Kenya Kikai

    Grown on the high slopes of Mount Elgon in Western Kenya, this coffee exhibits a lush, grapefruit acidity unlike any of the other Kenyans we tasted this year. This is our third offering in our limited Small Lot Series.

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  • To our customers...

    Thanks for taking the time to visit the brand new Reunion Island Coffee Roasters website. For security reasons, we were unable to transfer over accounts from our old website. You can click below to create a new account.

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  • Welcome to Reunion Island

    You might have noticed that things have changed since the last time you've visited us here - a brand new website and a new, clean, look to help us usher in our 20th year of roasting specialty coffees. Take some time to browse our new site and get re-acquainted with Reunion Island Coffee Roasters.

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  • Check out our Brew Gear

    We've tried and tested each and every piece of brew gear we carry and have curated a collection of products that will turn your kitchen into your own personal cafe. Grinding. Brewing. Cleaning. We've got it all.

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The Story of Reunion Island Coffee

At Reunion Island Coffee Roasters, our mission is simple: we’re a group of passionate coffee people who have rallied around the common goal of producing great coffee in a sustainable way and making it as accessible and approachable as possible.

We believe that quality and sustainability go hand-in-hand. To that end, over the past 20 years we’ve cultivated relationships with an innovative group of leaders in both specialty coffee and social development. We’re confident that you’ll be able to taste all the work that went into bringing all of our coffees from the farm to your cup.

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Reunion Island Coffee: An Origin Story

After listening to this week’s terrific This American Life episode, “Origin Stories 2014”, I found myself considering the origin story of Reunion Island Coffee. Along with questions about where the name comes from (“Is there actually a Reunion island?”), people always seem to want to know how we got started. The first, of hopefully many, […]

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