BKG is a small-batch coffee company 

founded by 3 brothers with a love for stellar coffee. Our quest started in a Brooklyn apartment where we roasted our first batch in 2003. This golden batch would transform our hobby into a full-fledged coffee obsession with the launch of our roastery, followed by our flagship store and innovation lab.

At BKG, we are dedicated to a single mission: the unyielding pursuit of coffee perfection. Every day we go to great lengths to find and select only the finest, most delicious and responsibly sourced beans around. Our roasting process has been refined over time and each roast profile is individually designed to complement the nuances of the coffees we source. It is our delicate balance between art and science that ensures our profiling extracts the most accurate representation of each coffee. By roasting in smaller batches, we are able to maintain better control over the roasting process which guarantees each coffee is roasted perfectly and enjoyed at peak freshness. After all these years, we are still family run with a passion for our craft and community.

Thank you for supporting us on our caffeinated journey.

Our process

Ethically Sourced

We only source 100% certified Arabica coffee beans, carefully hand selecting each coffee based on specific quality and taste attributes. Not only do our beans produce a delicious cup of coffee, but they also help to promote sustainability in the developing countries in which they are cultivated.

Small Batch

Unlike larger roasters, we only roast in small batches. This guarantees our coffee is always consistent and fresh. All coffees are hand packaged and sold shortly after the roast date, which is conveniently displayed on every bag.

Local Flavor

We're based locally in our hometown of Brooklyn, NY. Our artisanal process is not only unique to our roasts but also extends to our relationship with our customers – you’ll know the person who roasts your coffee and not some salesperson!

The brothers


The Coffee Ninja


The Most Interesting Man in the World


The Lifelong Thinker