Along with community and family values, roasting at DOMA combines science and craft. Our lead roaster holds a chemistry degree, a background he puts to good use. Each small-batch is methodically trialed, tested and recorded in order to obtain flavorful, consistent roasts.
We are proud of our packaging, displays and promotional work, but it’s what happens ‘off label’ that sets DOMA apart. As third-generation family-owned business people, we value inclusive decision making in our day-to-day operations with staff. We maintain open communication with employees and actively empower them to contribute ideas and provide feedback. We work hard to better our communities — both local and global — through philanthropy and outreach. Most importantly, we strive to improve our knowledge of the industry and business practices.
We are passionate about coffee — and we’ve built a life around this passion. Our dedication to the craft and our commitment to sustainability connects DOMA to our customers. That dedication and passion will allow us to continue roasting quality coffees for generations to come.
This versatile coffee features candied lemon and vanilla aromas, cashew and cherry flavors, molasses and rye aftertastes, a mild acidity, a silky body and a balanced sweetness. It's a perfect cup of coffee - from espresso, drip and other brewing devices.
This fully-washed organic Colombian coffee, from the ASOCANAFI Co-op in Tolima, produces a rich sweetness that makes for an elegant and full bodied cup of coffee. This single-origin coffee features caramel aromas, guava flavors, mandarin aftertastes, a balanced acidity and silky body and a mild sweetness.
Deep powder, deep thinking, deep change. The goal of this coffee is to create common ground to talk about human impact on the environment. Each can of DEEP coffee sold supports the Protect Our Winters (POW) organization. POW’s mission is to rally the outdoor sports community to act against climate change. POW speaks to high school students, shares climate research, and visits our nation’s capital to talk directly to politicians about climate policy. Their Riders Alliance includes Olympic skiers and X-Games competitors who care about our climate. POW wants to protect the winters they love for generations to come. So does DOMA. $1 from every can of DEEP coffee you buy will support POW activists. The rest of the deep thinking is up to you.
This naturally processed Ethiopian coffee comes from the Habela Coffee Estate in the Guji zone. It features aromas of melon, flavors of berry, brown sugar aftertastes, a smooth acidity, a silky body and a bold sweetness.
This Swiss Water Process decaffeinated coffee is a blend of natural coffees from Ethiopia. Jackie Oh offers a light roasted decaf for those folks who want a light and bright cup of coffee in the morning or evening without the caffeine kick. It's best prepared as an espresso, or your favorite drip coffee method. It features lemon aromas, flavors of dried fruit and spice, aftertastes of malt and chocolate, a balanced acidity, a silky body and a mild sweetness.
DOMA Coffee created this blend a number of years ago to help support women’s cycling - 50 cents from each bag sold goes to help fund cycling projects around the region. The flavor profile features fruity nuances as well chocolate and earthy tones. Great coffee any time of day, holds up nicely with a splash of cream. It features aromas of fruit and malt, chocolate and fruit flavors, aftertastes of earth, a mild acidity, a thick body and a mellow sweetness.
This organic espresso emphasizes a nice depth and balance. Produces a silky espresso, excellent in milk, but great on its own. Plays well as a pour-over. It features fruity aromas, flavors of chocolate and pepper, brown sugar aftertastes, a mild acidity, a smooth body and a memorable sweetness.
This classic Sumatra comes from the ASKOGO Cooperative in the Aceh Province. A unique combination of terroir and traditional processing methods produces a coffee unlike any other. A combination of complexity and richness resonates deep in the heart of this coffee. Fantastic as a pour-over and in French Press. It features aromas of grape and caramel, flavors of plum and earth, aftertastes of malt and cedar, a balanced acidity, a mild body and a rounded sweetness
Hot umber fuel to re-whiten the reddest of eyes, The Chronic warms the palate and the tummy. Big coffee flavor with hints of remembering the previous evening. With Bob Marley playing on the turntable, this slightly darker roast is turned up all the way to 420 degrees F. It features aromas of walnut, chocolate and spice flavors, spice and cedar aftertastes, a mellow acidity, a bold body and a balanced sweetness.
Part Chronic, part secret stash. This blend - featuring aromas of dried cherry and fruit and flavors of dark chocolate, cedar and clove - has a muted acidity and gives you that super good feeling sip after sip. It features aromas of dried fruit and cherry, flavors of dark chocolate, cedar and clove aftertastes, a muted acidity, a bold body and a light sweetness.
Dark, rich, and intense. Virgil’s is a powerful force of flavor that reminds you of why you fell in love with the aroma of fresh coffee in the morning. It’s more than “hearty”, it’s downright “gutsy.” Virgil’s leads you on a journey to the darker side of the coffee universe - where flavors like “fruity”, “light”, and “nuanced” go to die. This juggernaut of flavor redefines what a dark roast should taste like. Brace yourself for the power and boldness that is Virgil’s Blend. It features aromas of cedar and fruit, flavors of dark chocolate, caramel aftertastes, a muted acidity, a bold body and a light sweetness.
This organic coffee comes from producer Jesus Lopez Juarez, a member of the ADIESTO Co-op located in San Antonio Huista, Huehuetenango, Guatemala. This fully washed coffee is comprised of bourbon, caturra, and pache varieties. It features aromas of lime and caramel, flavors of cherry and toffee, aftertastes of chocolate and malt, a balanced acidity, silk body and a pronounced sweetness.