Russ & Lynda Dickman have been enjoying and perfecting their craft for nearly two decades. To the best of our ability, we strive to deliver the freshest, tastiest, coffees that you will ever experience! We hope you
will become a part of our coffee communiuty and enjoy the fresh roasted specialty grade coffees from around the world, no passport needed!
Nestled overlooking the beautiful Sierra Valley is where High Serra Coffee has operated as a family owned business for well over a decade. We love what we do and we love sharing our quality roasted coffee with those looking for the
finest taste in their cup.
Our journey began when we ventured down the road of roasting our own coffee. We were looking for the finest taste as well; we wanted coffee that was smooth, rich but not over-roasted. High Sierra Coffee grew as others tasted our specialty coffee and knew that it would always be consistent and the freshest they could find.
With our small batch roasting process every roast is handcrafted bringing out the optimum flavor of each specific origin. Our coffee doesn’t sit on the shelves, we roast weekly and our coffees are guaranteed fresh.
Maybe you are looking for real taste in a cup of coffee instead of just the benefits that it brings or maybe you have never really tasted a great cup of specialty coffee. Whatever the reason that led you to us, we hope that your search has ended.
We invite you to be part of our coffee community and join us on this journey of experiencing a smooth, rich taste in every cup whether you are heading to work, sitting by a cozy fire or enjoying an early morning on your deck or porch like we do.
Russ & Lynda Dickman
The huge valley, 120,000 acres is a down-faulted basin, formerly a lake bed of similar geologic origin to Lake Tahoe to the south, now filled with sediment up to two thousand feet thick.
The valley floor has a grassland and sagebrush ecosystem and is the site of extensive freshwater marshes filled with cattails, bulrushes and alkaline flats that drain into the Middle Fork Feather River.
Many species of wildlife make their permanent home in the valley, and a great number of migratory bird species stop over in the fall and nest in the valley in the spring.
An intermontaine valley at approximately 4,850 feet elevation, Sierra Valley is surrounded by mountains ranging in elevation from 6,000 to 8,000 feet.