Welcome to Thrasher Coffee Co. We’re small-batch roasters of high quality, responsibly sourced coffee. We don’t roast until you order, so you can be assured the beans you brew are as fresh as you can get without roasting them yourself. We source beans from around the world and every bag is a full 16-ounce pound — that’s 30 percent more coffee than most other folks pack. Definitely more bean for the buck. Our proprietary roasts are designed for discerning coffee lovers.
We’re roasting just for you.
The only way to ensure you’re brewing the freshest coffee every day is with our coffee plan. You’ll get extraordinarily fresh beans delivered to your door every 2 weeks or once a month. Plan prices start at just $18.99 per pound and shipping is always a flat rate of $5. Choose your roast, then choose your frequency.
How It Works
We’re a small team of coffee fanatics who believe unbelievably fresh coffee should be available to everyone who appreciates a fine roast—especially you. Learn more »
1. Choose your roast
Get acquainted with our beans and roasts and find the one that’s right for your cup.
2. Roaster Prepares Your Order
We roast the beans based on your choice and we don’t roast until you order.
3. Get your coffee
Unwrap your very own box of craft-roasted, super-fresh coffee. Grind, brew, savor.
Tales about coffee culture, brewing tips, and other musings from the Thrasher Coffee Co.
“I founded Thrasher Coffee for one reason: to share the most delicious craft coffee I have ever tasted with the rest of the world. Soon thereafter, I created a robust Italian Roast called Buon Giorno. A picture of my great grandfather, Luigi Vallorani, adorns...read more
Looking for a hidden gem in the North Georgia area? If you haven’t visited the Australian Bakery Café, it’s worth your time. Located on Historic Marietta Square (and now also in Cumming!), this bakery boasts many unique and tasty treats. It is quite the local...read more
The greenback, the buck, the single, the dollar. This popular currency has many names, many uses, and of course, an interesting history. I’ll keep it short and sweet to go with your coffee. The first $1 bill was issued in 1862 with a portrait of Salmon P. Chase....read more