Greenwood Cafe & Roaster
Roast to order is the freshest way to order coffee
We are a small batch air roaster which means we are able to roast to order so that your coffee is always fresh. Large roasters roast a large volume of coffee beans but run the risk of coffee sitting waiting to be sold. Coffee remains fresh for about two to three weeks after being roasted. All of our green coffee beans are certified organic. Fresh and clean, the best way to be.
You can also keep your coffee fresh longer by storing your coffee in an Airscape container that has a patented lid to push air out and keep it out.
About Greenwood Café and Roaster
Domenic and I are so excited to announce the addition of Greenwood Café and Roaster under Critical Hit Gaming Lounge.
Our goal is to provide our customers with the freshest coffee we can and to create a relaxing, comfortable and friendly atmosphere for everyone to enjoy.
At Greenwood Café and Roaster, you can enjoy fresh coffee in the comfort of our store or sit out on the patio next to a wooded conservation area with plenty of birds to watch.
We carry three types of coffee beans. Occasionally we bring in a new bean, just for fun.
Guatemala - FTO Huehuetenango
Cup: Balanced, sweet and smooth with praline, toffee, cherry.
Farm: About 394 organic-certified members of ASPROCDEGUA
Variety: Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai, Pache
Altitude: 1600–2200 masl
Proc. Method: Washed
Ethiopia - Org Natl Guji
Cup: Juicy and sweet with
lots of raspberry, blueberry and chocolate
Region: Shakiso, East Guji, Oromia
Farm: Kayon Mountain Farm
Altitude: 1900–2200 masl
Proc. Method: Natural
Colombia - FTO Narino
Cup: Tangy citric acidity and savory with cocoa,
Region: La Union, Nariño
Farm: Various smallholder
members of FUDAM
Variety: Castillo, Caturra, Colombia
Proc. Method: Washed
1540 Highway 2, Courtice, Ontario L1E2R6
Hours During Lockdown
Open for patio dining, pick-up and takeout. Local Deliveries on Friday. Shipping available through web store
Mon - Tues: Closed
Wed - Sat 12:00pm - 10:00pm
Sun: 12:00pm - 7:00pm
Although it would have been nice to meet one another while we were both dressed nicely and smelling fresh, this was not the case. Instead, we were sweaty, smelly and beating each other up…in the dojo that is. Domenic had returned for a visit to his former judo club, Formokan Judo, where I was practicing judo. He asked me if I wanted to partner up for newaza. After that night, he continued to ‘visit’ his former judo classes until one day asked me for coffee. The rest is history.