It's not just about the beans, Stooker live for beautiful coffees. A green coffee bean has a whole range of flavours, for example, they can contain chocolate notes, have a sweet fruit flavour or be freshly sour. Stooker's goal is to let you taste those flavour characteristics, whereby all the qualities that a green coffee bean contains, only really come into its own in your cup if you let the bean develop properly during the roasting process. In addition, good extraction during the brewing process is of great importance for the preparation of a really good cup of coffee.
The origin of Stooker's name lies in the building on the Kastanjeplein where Stooker can be found. Around 1970, their corner building housed a liquor store, in which the similarity between the craft of distilling spirits and roasting coffee aroused their interest. Many of these traditional methods have disappeared from the streets in recent decades and they believe today’s generation will partially restore this image. Stooker Roasting Company is living proof of this.