Booskerdoo Coffee is a micro-roaster coffee shop based in Monmouth Beach, a Jersey shore town that suffered much damage during Hurricane Sandy.
Since I know my way around a coffee pot (and mug), I was delighted to sample the richly-roasted coffee produced by Booskerdoo. Besides the flavorful brew, what impressed me the most about the New Jersey business is that it ships every bean it roasts on the day it’s roasted – talk about fresh!
James Caverly, the owner of Booskerdoo Coffee, backs his coffee’s freshness by stating “We believe great coffee should never sit in a warehouse… so we don’t use one.” I’m in love and you will be too.
Booskerdoo offers over 10 flavors of coffee from around the world. One its best-sellers is the “Jersey Diner” Coffee. New Jersey is the state with the highest number of diners and you’ll wish your favorite one served coffee this incredibly rich and nutty. I also sampled the “Black and Tan” Organic and Fair Trade Coffee which is light and dark roasted beans blended together to create a cup with a strong kick and silky body.
From now until December 31st, 10% of all proceeds of the Jersey Diner coffee blend sold online will be donated to the local volunteer fire department, Monmouth Beach Fire Company. Click here to order.
Booskerdoo offers a “coffee of the month club” which is an easy way to have two, three or four pounds of freshly-roasted coffee shipped right to your door. This is a great gift idea for a friend or colleague.
Booskerdoo extends free shipping on orders over $20 – order yours today for one of the best home-brewed cups of coffee you can wish for or surprise a friend with some beans for the holidays.
36 Beach Road, Suite 9
Monmouth Beach, NJ 07750
Telephone: (732) 222-0729
PS: We received complimentary beans for sampling and are now fans and clients.
Veronique Deblois, Food & Wine Chickie: Veronique is a food and wine writer based in Morris County, NJ. As the author of the popular blog, Food & Wine Chickie Insider, Veronique shares recipes, wine and restaurant reviews and insight into the travel industry of which she’s a 15-year veteran. Follow Veronique on Twitter or like her Facebook page.