Beatrix Coffee Roasters
Our story began with our passion to share a more healthful approach to cooking, eating and drinking. In the summer of 2013, we opened Beatrix, a neighborhood coffeehouse, restaurant and meeting place in Chicago’s River North neighborhood.
We established a culinary culture rooted in working with local vendors and ingredients and partnered with several iconic Chicago roasters to earn a loyal following for our innovative coffee menu.
We created a roast that we consider to be the perfect cup of coffee – a smooth, low acid brew that may be enjoyed black or with a splash of your favorite milk. From there, Enlightened, our signature blend, was born.
Our coffee portfolio now features Medium, Dark, Espresso, Decaf, and seasonal roasts, and it is our continued goal to bring great tasting, quality coffee to your neighborhood.
Choose from our Medium, Dark, Espresso & Decaf Roasts.
Beatrix Yeti Rambler 18oz. Hotshot Bottle
Perfect for any hot or cold brew. Leakproof cap. Kitchen-grade stainless steel with double-wall vacuum insulation. Fits in most cup holders. Dishwasher safe.Learn More
If your garden could grow chocolate bars, this would be it.Learn More
Our signature blend. Some may even say it’s their perfect cup of coffee.Learn More
Full bodied and bold. It’s all in the name.Learn More
Smooth enough to enjoy as a shot, and strong enough to handle a splash of your favorite milk or dairy alternative.Learn More
A popular alternative for those looking to cut their caffeine intake.Learn More
Bea’s Half Caff
Half the caffeine, 100% of the taste.Learn More
A trio of our three signature roasts, perfect to gift the coffee-lover in your life. Each set includes three, 8 oz. bags of Enlightened, Emboldened and Voyager roasts, and can be ordered whole bean or […]Learn More
HAZELNUT OAT MOCHA
The Beatrix Coffee Roasters version of a traditional mocha
-2 Shots Beatrix Coffee Roasters Voyager Espresso
-2 Pumps Chocolate Sauce
-2 Pumps Hazelnut Syrup
-12 oz. Oat Milk
1. Add chocolate sauce and hazelnut syrup to the bottom of a mug.
2. Pull two espresso shots. This can be done with an espresso machine or a Moka Pot.
3. Pour espresso shots into the mug. Stir espresso and syrup together until mixed.
4. Steam oat milk. If you don’t have a milk steamer, you can warm it up on the stove. Once hot, pour on top of the espresso and syrup mixture.
5. Garnish with a drizzle of chocolate sauce and enjoy!