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Old-Fashioned Coffee Grinder Has Modern Features
Coffee lovers appreciate the beauty, quality and functionality of the coffee grinder made by a rural Missouri couple, Justin Burrus, who works in construction, and his wife Britta, a graphic design artist. They share a love for good coffee made from fresh ground coffee beans. About 10 years ago, when they couldn’t find a handle that met their expectations, they decided to make their own, patterning it after antique grinders.
“We make them the way they used to, so that it will last. It has a ceramic burr that allows you to adjust the grind from coarse to super fine for every brew method from Turkish to French Press to Espresso,” says Justin.
The couple’s business, Red Rooster Trading Company, mainly sells their hand-built goods online. Their product line has expanded into other coffee-related products, as well as peppermills, cutting boards, and furniture Justin builds from reclaimed barn wood.
Check out the website for the coffee mill and other products and to contact them for more information. Wholesale pricing is also available to retail shops.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Justin and Britta Burrus, Red Rooster Trading Company, 14475 State Rt. T, Baring, Mo. 63531 (ph 660 883-5730; www.redroostertradingcompany.com; sales@redroostertradingcompany.com).

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2021 - Volume #45, Issue #1