There’s coffee, and then there’s coffee made from beans that have been freshly roasted right on the premises. By roasting their own beans – a process that begins with green coffee seeds heated to 550 degrees – these local spots can change their menus and the customer’s experience with each new brew. The end result is the most aromatic, freshest cup of joe you can get.

Harvest Coffee Roastery
1 North Main Street, Medford
Head roaster at Harvest Coffee Roastery, Joe Johnston, has been pursuing his passion for roasting for years and even studied with expert roaster Mané Alves. The family-owned business sells its beans at the Burlington County Farmer’s Market and at local coffee shops.

Revolution Coffee Roasters
13 Fern Avenue, Collingswood
Appropriately named, Revolution Coffee Roasters is pioneering new coffee bean combinations and deliver exciting, new flavors to coffee drinkers. Some blends include Ethiopian Natural Sidamo and Sulawesi Toraja.

Royal Mile Coffee
1001 White Horse Pike, Haddon Township
Royal Mile Coffee began after its creators discovered the world of freshly roasted coffee in Texas. They were inspired by the unique flavor and decided to share it with South Jersey. Some of the blends they sell include Ethiopia Gera, Peru Cafe Femenino and Colombia Hacienda Cincinnati.

Rich’s Micro Roast
10 East Chestnut Avenue, Merchantville
Coffee roaster Rich started roasting coffee in his home for himself. Slowly, he started experimenting with different combinations, and now his blends are sold throughout South Jersey (including his signature blends, Night Owl Blend and Morning Roast).

Crescent Moon
141 Bridgeton Pike, Mullica Hill
This certified organic coffee roaster roasts its beans light for more flavor. Their goal is to give coffee lovers an enjoyable, friendly space to delight in the aromas and flavors of freshly roasted coffee.

Marlton Coffee
Roasting since 2004, Marlton Coffee prides itself on using fresh green coffee beans to create delicious blends. Some of the blends inside this local favorite include Ethiopian Sidamo and Colombian Medellin.

Coffee Works Too
910 Berlin Road, Voorhees
This coffee hotspot has been operating since 1998, and it’s still going strong. The shop offers a variety of its own blends, as well as delicious seasonal coffee creations like warm apple pie and pumpkin spice.

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