Supremo Kaffee is a specialty coffee roaster based in Unterhacing, close to Munich. At Supremo, they are convinced that no machine can replace a traditional roasting style and a good roast master. At Supremo, coffee is not manufactured industrially - because Supremo is a traditional family coffee roaster.
Day after day they work hard together to produce the best coffee and to inspire customers to enjoy real coffee. They attach great importance to first-class and constantly checked manual work. They roast in several small, traditional cast iron roasting drums, taking their time until the coffee is thoroughly roasted - each roasting batch separately. Due to the slow roasting, the coffee tastes strong and is particularly easy on the stomach and wholesome.
Insiders call this the "Cast Iron Slow Roast", at Supremo they call it: "Good things take time". Because if you roast too hot and too fast, you get beans that are brown on the outside - but reveal little of the magic inside. This is exactly what they want to elicit from the beans. After roasting, they do not quench the beans with water: they cool them with air and thus give them the opportunity to intensify the roasted aroma. Best craftsmanship and time - that's Supremo’s secret!