Round Lake Coffee Roasters and Friends

Coming Soon Coffee of the Month Club

What's called the Last Indian Uprising in Minnesota occurred on Round Lake, in 1901. There, Skip-in-the-Day and the Round Lake Ojibwe people stopped the theft of logs by the lumber companies. 60 Ojibwes with rifles were supported by many non-natives in the region. ThIs Is where we live and this is where we roast. 

We say that we are still rising. Join us for peace and justice in the coffee cup and in the world.

We are in the heart of our family homeland: Round Lake, White Earth reservation.   We will serve you more, and with pride as Spotted Horse Coffees, or Round Lake Roasters.  We hope you enjoy your coffee today and every day in the future.

About our Roasts: We feature organic and fair trade coffees.  We roast in small seven pound batches. What this means, is that we are fresh, we know where our coffee comes from, and we are enjoying ourselves. On a worldwide scale, coffee has been laden with pesticides, workers have been exposed to hazards, and profits have been taken from poor and indigenous communities, by large corporations and the military. 

Coffee is politicized, and coffee has been a sword in the hearts of communities.  We do not support that.  We know that something as beautiful as coffee should come from a beautiful place. We also wanted to create a small business on our reservation, so it is that our roasters are community people, and are pleased to have a source of income here, noopeming, deep in the woods.  We are just beginning.

SPOTTED HORSE COFFEES features fair trade and organic Central and South American, African and Indonesian blends. We are a small batch craft roaster. We pay careful attention to each batch ensuring a perfect roast each time. Our rich flavors reflect our rich culture, featuring fair trade, organic and indigenous coffees. We are a tribally owned coffee company. My extended family and I are your roasters. Winona LaDuke

Spotted Horse Coffees only roasts fair trade and organic coffee. We are excited to feature amazing "Indigenous Women Coffee Producers," from El Salvador, Chiapas, Costa Rica and more