Story by Janmarie Foschini
Greenwood Lake Roasters, located at 160 Windermere Ave. in Greenwood Lake, celebrated their one year anniversary and hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on Mon., May 7. Village and Town Officials, as well as the Greenwood Lake and Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce members, customers and community members joined in the celebration.
“A true pioneer in their field, Greenwood Lake Roasters have risen to fame and success in such a short period of time. Dave and Yolanda’s product possesses such a unique quality and when coupled with their determination and drive for success, the sky is the limit for Greenwood Lake Roasters,” said Mayor Jesse Dwyer
Greenwood Lake Roasters first opened their doors on May 19, 2017 and began their coffee journey. Owners Dave and Yolanda Kozuha roast their coffee beans on site in their custom built roaster. They are a certified organic and fair trade small batch roastery. The Roasters offer a wide variety of flavors, as many as 16 different selections. Coffee can be purchased by the cup or by the bag. Due to frequent requests, they will be adding organic tea to the menu.
Starting on Tues., May 22, Greenwood Lake Roasters will be open for morning commuters, serving up hot coffee and tea. The hours of operation will be Mon. to Fri. from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m.; Wed. and Thurs. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and weekends from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Greenwood Lake Roasters work with local businesses in Greenwood Lake and Warwick, including Greenwood Lake Bagels, the Greenwood Garden Center, Jean-Claude’s, Pennings, and Noble Pies. Their coffee can also be found at local farmers’ markets, and can be purchased wholesale and online.
Owners Dave and Yolanda said, “We’ve been fortunate to work with some great businesses and meet many who share our love of coffee.”