Vibrant and spirited, with citrus acidity and a smooth finish, the Homestead Roast is deliciously versatile. It wakes you up in the morning and facilitates your after-dinner conversation.
Homestead Roast brews up a golden brown, but it’s not overpowering. In fact, you might call it hospitable, because it always makes room for sugar and cream – or flavored syrup, if that’s your thing.
Even if you prefer a darker roast for yourself, the Homestead Roast makes a great addition to your home or business pantry to ensure you always have a satisfying, rich cup of coffee right in the comfort zone of most coffee drinkers.
Home, home on the range…
The first Homestead Act of 1862 gave plots of land to farmers in the federally-owned properties of the West. The kinds of people who took advantage of this offer had a unique combination of traits.
On one hand, they were adventurous enough to leave the “settled” lands and move to the frontier. On the other hand, these were people looking for homes. They wanted to settle down, start families, and send down deep roots.
The Homestead Roast honors that curious combination of traits. It’s a member of the Thrasher Coffee family, so you know it’s not going to be the coffee-as-usual you might expect from other roasters. It’s dauntless in that way.
But it’s also comfortable and cordial. The Homestead Roast just might put the word “hearth” in mind. Or “front porch.” That works too.