Max Crema’s Coffee Roasters is located in Alsace Township, atop one of southeastern Pennsylvania’s beautiful rolling hills. Since 2004 we gave been roasting coffee in-house for our espresso bar. Taking pride in bringing the best coffees from around the world to the people of Berks County.
Fresh, Fresh, Fresh
There’s that word again. Fresh. At Max Crema’s, we prove it’s fresh. You will always see a “Roasted on” date on our bags. The coffee we deliver to you will have been roasted within one week. Not months. We respect the bean and the quicker we get it to you, the more flavorful it will be.
Did Someone Mention Flavor?
We did! Nobody understands the nuances of coffee roasting like coffee lovers. And we are. We offer a wired variety of coffees from all over the world and each bean has its own personality. Bringing out the lively notes in each variety is a challenge that we don’t take lightly. Even to the point of creating a mélange for many of them in order to get the full range of flavors.
We don’t offer “flavored” coffees for a very good reason. The coffees we roast have a TON of flavor naturally. We work closely with our importer to bring in single origin coffees with unique flavor characteristics. Our decaffeinated coffees have been created utilizing the Swiss Water Process. A natural method without chemicals. We really care about taste. Can you tell?
Our Hours: Mon - Fri 6:00 am - 2:00 pm Sat 8:00 am - 2:00 pm Sun Closed
Where We Are: Max Crema's 3130 Pricetown Rd, Fleetwood, PA 19522 610-898-9001
I finally had the chance to try Max Crema's after I stopped in a few months ago when they were out of iced coffee.
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Max Crema’s Espresso and Coffee Bar is located in Alsace Township, atop one of southeastern Pennsylvania’s beautiful rolling hills. Since 2004 we have been roasting coffee in-house for our espresso bar, taking pride in bringing the best coffees from around the world to the people of Berks County.
Preparation All of our teas come with temperature and steeping time written on the label. For leaf quantity, the general recommendation is one teaspoon of loose leaf tea per cup of hot water. We recommend doubling this for most white teas, as these tend to be lighter and more voluminous.