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"Many of the coffees Ruby sources are from small, family farms that have their own mills to depulp, ferment and wash coffee cherries. Ownership of the processing stations allows farmers to experiment, using a variety of washing and drying methods as well as monitoring moisture levels that help preserve flavor nuances. That attention to detail is noticeable in Rigoberto Rodriguez, a medium roast from Honduras, that straddles subtle, deeper fruit notes while maintaining traditional, easy-to-drink smoothness."
Midwestern mecca Ruby Coffee is brewing up something special in Wisconsin
"With the benefit of a lot of experience and plenty of people rooting for him, Jared Linzmeier moved to a tiny town in Central Wisconsin five years ago, fired up the roaster and started turning out some of the most respected coffees in the country, a welcome reminder that if you’re doing a thing really well, you can do it pretty much anywhere these days, and people will find you."
Food and Wine Magazine
Best Coffee Roaster in Wisconsin, 2018 & 2019
Jared sees Stevens Point undergoing a transformation, and he’s excited to be part of it. High-end coffee and locally sourced food can be part of it. And excellent coffee, he said in an interview, is definitely not the province only of the coasts or urban centers.
Wisconsin Public Radio
How Stevens Point's Ruby Coffee Roasters Built A Company Out Of Great Coffee
What’s surprising about Ruby isn’t so much that Linzmeier—a veteran of Intelligentsia Coffee in Los Angeles and Caffe Ladro in Seattle—has built a successful, quality-driven small coffee business in the deer fields of Wisconsin, but rather that he’s built such a nationally respected brand so physically far away from most of his customers.
A Trip To Ruby Coffee Roasters In Rural Wisconsin