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Ekobrew Reusable Filter for Keurig Brewer
Ekobrew Reusable Filter for Keurig Brewer
Our Price: $14.01

What's the biggest problem users of K-Cup machines have?  It's not convenience.  A quick and easy single serving cup is a great thing to have.  It's freshness!  Well now thanks to the Ekobrew reusable filter for Keurig K-Cup coffee brewers and Arbuckles' Coffee, you can have your K-Cup and enjoy drinking it too.  Not only can you enjoy any of the fresh roasted Arbuckles' Coffee found on our website with your machine, you also won't be throwing away those plastic cups which is eco-friendly.  The filter is dishwasher safe and 100% BPA Free!

Brewing Instructions in 3 Easy Steps

1) Open Ekobrew lid and fill 2/3 - 3/4 with the ground Arbuckles' Coffee of your choice.  Autodrip works best.

2) Close lid of Ekobrew firmly and insert into Keurig filter holder. Be sure there are no grounds between the lid and rim when closing. There’s NO need to remove filter holder!

3) Close Keurig clamshell, select size and brew.

Compatibility:  The Ekobrew is not compatible with the Keurig B30, B130, B150 & B155.
Arbuckles' Ariosa
Arbuckles' Ariosa
Our Price: $16.95

One Pound 16oz 

AIR-ee-OS-a

The Original "Coffee That Won the West" is back! Everything the
Cowboy came to trust; from the rich, full flavor to John Arbuckle's
original premium item, the Peppermint Stick.

Ariosa Organic/Fair Trade
Our Price: $17.95

One Pound 16oz
The organic way to get The Original Arbuckles' Ariosa coffee and its full-bodied flavor.
Arbuckles' Ariosa Organic/Fair Trade SWP Decaf
Our Price: $20.95

One Pound 16oz
The Original Arbuckle's Ariosa coffee now available with organically grown beans decaffeinated using the Swiss Water Process method.
Arbuckles' Ariosa
Arbuckles' Ariosa with Ekobrew K-Cup Insert
Our Price: $26.45

One Pound 16oz & Ekobrew K-Cup Insert

The Original "Coffee That Won the West" is back with a new posse, the Ekobrew K-Cup Insert. Now you can enjoy fresh roasted Arbuckles' Ariosa coffee in the convenience of your K-Cup machine. Purchasing the two together in this convenient pack not only makes a great gift, but also saves you $4.50 off our retail price. Everything the Cowboy came to trust; from the rich, full flavor to John Arbuckle's original premium item, the Peppermint Stick.
Don Collier Special with Mug
Don Collier Special with Mug
Our Price: $56.80

Take advantage of Don's special offer!
Purchase three pounds of Arbuckles' Ariosa coffee and receive our latest 15oz coffee mug
for only $5.95.
(A $12.95 value) MADE IN THE USA by H.F. Coors here in Tucson, Arizona.
This Fourth edition Ariosa Coffee mug
holds a cowboy size 15oz of Arbuckles' coffee.
Full Arbuckle Ariosa logo and signature on both sides.
Design is true and accurate. The inks
used on the mug are 100% lead free and commercial dishwasher safe.



Ariosa Five Pound Bulk Bag
Our Price: $79.75

Five Pounds 80oz
For the first time on our website we are now offering The Original Ariosa Coffee in a five pound bulk bag! Same classic cowboy blend with the savings passed along to you. We know what your thinking and yes you will still get all five candy sticks with your purchase.
Organic Ariosa Five Pound Bulk Bag
Our Price: $84.75

Five Pounds 80oz
Due to customers requests; we are now offering The Original Organic Ariosa Coffee in a five pound bulk bag! Same classic cowboy blend with the savings passed along to you. We know what your thinking and yes you will still get all five candy sticks with your purchase.
   
 
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The Coffee that Won the West... Arbuckle Coffee Roasters began in the post Civil War Era of the 19th Century. Two brothers, John and Charles Arbuckle, initiated a new concept in the coffee industry; selling roasted coffee in one pound packages.  Until that time, coffee was sold green and had to be roasted in a skillet over a fire or in a wood stove.  You can imagine the inconsistency of the coffee.  One burned bean ruined the whole batch.  The Arbuckle Brothers were able to roast a coffee that was of consistently fine quality and the first to be packaged in one pound bags.

Needless to say, Arbuckles’ Coffee caught on like wild fire.  It was soon shipped around the United States and became a favorite in the Old West.  In fact, Arbuckles’ Ariosa Blend became so popular in the Old West that most cowboys didn't even know that there was any other.  Arbuckles’ Coffee was prominent in such infamous cow towns as Dodge City and Tombstone.  To many of the older cowboys, Arbuckles’ Ariosa Blend is still known as the Original Cowboy Coffee.

The Arbuckle Brothers enjoyed immense success into the 20th Century.  However, the company was broken up by the family in the late 1930’s and the only brand they produced that survived was Yuban.

Arbuckles’ Coffee has garnered much acclaim throughout the coffee industry for their commitment to providing the consumer with fresh roasted coffee.  Arbuckles’ provides quality coffee to offices, restaurants, resorts and specialty markets; roasting its own coffee to ensure the customer has a fresh quality cup.  Arbuckle operates a 7,000 sq ft. facility deep in the heart of the Old West in historic Tucson, Arizona.  Priding itself in its heritage and quality, Arbuckles’ has resurrected the Original Arbuckle Brothers Ariosa Blend, The Coffee That Won the West.  It is packaged whole bean or ground in one pound increments with a Peppermint stick, just as the Arbuckle Brothers had done over a century before. 

John Arbuckle’s hand written notes, before his death in 1914, show he was trying to create a roasting method that suspended the coffee bean in air to avoid scorching from the hot metal roasting drum.  It was not until the mid 1970’s that Michael Sivetz patented a workable hot air roaster.  Arbuckles’ coffees are roasted in this small, hand-tended, state of the art, fluid bed air roaster.  This hands-on attention to roasting and continuous tasting of the finished product creates the ultimate cup of coffee.   Arbuckles’ has added its own touch to this by eliminating the water cooling system and replacing it with Air Cooling to avoid the coffee from absorbing the water and starting the staling process.  Most companies have only 2 percent shrink; when using water ‘quench systems’.  Arbuckle has over 20% shrink; however, this method provides the freshest tasting coffee with more of the lighter oils and sugars preserved.

This commitment  to quality has also allowed Arbuckles’ Coffee to become the first USDA Certified Organic coffee roaster in the state of Arizona as well as becoming the first TransFair, Fair Trade coffee roaster which gives the coffee farmer a fair and stable price to count on each crop year.


So brew up a pot of Arbuckles’ partner and enjoy the Sunrise!