We make one of the world's most unique roasted coffees…      We call it Mesquite Roasted Coffee. 

 Think Premium Green Guatemalan Antigua Coffee Beans- now hand roast those beans to perfection over glowing mesquite wood embers. That’s what we do better than anyone else!

Our way of open flame roasting premium coffee beans over glowing mesquite fires began when early West Texas pioneers heading west on wagon trains roasted coffee in iron skillets over mesquite fires. We simply perfected the same thought over 150 years later right here on our ranch in Big Lake Texas.

Now people everywhere can enjoy pure, natural coffee flavor without spray-on flavors and oils, chemical additives, or preservatives...without roughing it on a wagon train.

Coffee News

  • How to Use Mesquite Roasted Grilling Rub

    When I started out designing Mesquite Roasted Coffee Grilling Rub I used beef to determine the basic spice  ingredients.  Beef tends to be a complicated set of flavors and  there is a different set of flavors depending on the cut of meat. For this reason, I knew improving the flavor of beef would be the greatest challenge.  Imagine my surprise to discover that MRC Grilling Rub was just as great on grilled pork salmon, and lamb.  Today I am testing the rub on pork boneles...

  • How Do You Take Your Mesquite Roasted Coffee?

    The Ethiopians drink dark coffee with maybe a pinch of salt. The Italians are the unrivaled World Masters of Espresso drink their espresso with sugar. The Swiss enjoy with equal parts of hot chocolate and the Mexicans add cinnamon.

  • Mesquite Roasted Irish Coffee

    MRC Irish Coffee ingredients list: 4 cups fresh Mesquite Roasted Coffee. 1 cup whipping cream. ½ cup Irish whiskey.

  • Coffee & Health

    Coffee consumption has been shown to have minimal or no impact, positive or negative, on cancer development. R esearchers involved in an ongoing 22-year study by the Harvard School of Public Health state that “the overall balance of risks and benefits [of coffee consumption] are on the side of benefits.” For example, men who drank six or more cups of coffee per day were found to have a 20% reduction in developing prostate cancer. Other studies suggest coffee consumption reduces the risk of being...

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