Truly Great Coffee
Whether you're stopping in for a quick coffee on the go or you need a place to sit and enjoy some nourishment or looking for a friendly place to meet friends or colleagues we want you to feel at home at River Trail Roasters.
We use organic fair trade beans in our distinctive blends and our single-origin beans are roasted in-house
in our state of the art
Diedrich IR-12 Roaster.
Our vision is to be an integral part of our community by creating a casual yet modern cafe serving our homemade, handcrafted foods along with a variety of locally produced foods, pastries, and drinks in addition to our specialty coffees and teas.
Come in and stay a while
Mimi is a seasoned businesswoman with a passion for delicious coffee, baking her decadent pastries and breads and creating handcrafted sandwiches and salads... along with the help of her amazing daughter of course!
Mimi's dream is to create a coffee shop that is more than just a place to get coffee but a place where people can come and find nourishment for their bodies and lives by being appreciated as a valued part of the community while enjoying a delicious cup of coffee, tea and a bite to eat.
Mimi wants everyone who comes into River Trail Roasters to feel like they are visiting family!
Stop by and see what's new and delicious
on the menu!
We Use Organic Fair Trade Coffe
Much like organic certification, fair trade certification lets you know about the origin of a product. Farmers who grow fair trade coffee receive a fair price, and their communities and the environment benefit as well.
Fairtrade certified coffee directly supports a better life for farming families in the developing world through fair prices, community development, and environmental stewardship.
Fairtrade coffee farmers market their own harvests through direct, long-term contracts with international buyers, learning how to manage their businesses and compete in the global marketplace. Receiving a fair price for their harvest allows these farmers to invest in their families and communities while being able to reinvest in their businesses. This empowerment model lifts farming families from poverty through trade, not aid, creating a more equitable and sustainable model of international trade that benefits producers, consumers, industry and the Earth.