Grandpa Nate Isler was a talented man - he owned a gristmill, he ran a trotline, he made syrup, and he roasted his own coffee. He regularly walked to the Ozark depot to buy a 25 pound bag of quality South American coffee beans and carried them back home where he carefully roasted them himself. Last year we worked for several weeks with a local El Salvadoran family (Headland Roasting Company) to create a new coffee to honor Grandpa Nate. We take high quality 100% Arabica beans and spray them with Todd's Syrup. Once the syrup dries, the beans are roasted, which burns off the sugar, leaving a delightful light flavor in a medium roast coffee. It has a wonderful non-bitter flavor and really has our restaurant customers bragging about the taste!
Todd's Cane Syrup Coffee