BANJO BOY COFFEE came about after spending long hours on the road with master banjo player and coffee roaster Nick Hornbuckle. I came up with the idea of selling our own brand of coffee on the road at shows. Now here is the culmination of years of thought and finally finding the right roast and roaster to work with. 

My partner Nell Robinson loves, and so do I, Celebese coffee from Indonesia. The flavor has nutty or warm spice notes, like cinnamon or cardamom. Hints of black pepper are sometimes found. Its sweetness, as with most Indonesian coffees, is closely related to the body of the coffee. The after-taste coats the palate on the finish and is smooth and soft. Overall this roast has deep dark rich and smooth high tones. We offer four different blends to choose from and enjoy!


This dark roast blend of beans from Indonesia and Africa has sweet, cherry and chocolate overtones—rich, smooth, finger-pickin' smooth tone.


A medium roasted coffee. In the tonal spectrum this blend has the pickup often desired to get you up to tempo and rolling along, its rich blend of nutty, woody character, is a great way start the day—wake up the taste buds and the fingers for rolling bluegrass.


This medium roast of single origin beans from Africa has uncanny blueberry overtones, it‘s got the taste to match the tempo and tone for your favorite tune, be it ragtime, swing, folk or Irish.


This light roast blend has the classic Kona flavor profile, taste the air and smell the sea 'round the islands, bright overtones with hues of honey.