Sunday, April 15, 2012
THANKSGIVING COFFEE'S BEAUJOLAIS BLEND
What a wonderful way to start my Sunday morning. I'm enjoying a cup of Thanksgiving Coffee's Organic Beaujolais blend. It's so good. It's not too dark and it's not too light. It's perfect. And it's even better with a buttery flaky croissant.
Thanksgiving Coffee was fair before "fair trade" was hip which is one more reason to support this great company.
C'est si bon!
From Thanksgiving Coffee:
We’ve been fine-tuning our Organic Beaujolais blend for over 20 years. Evolving year by year with the arrival of new coffees and the addition of new origins, this blend is continually our richest, sweetest, and most complex dark roast.
The name Beaujolais pays homage to one of France’s oldest wine-making regions, an area that has defined quality in the culinary world for centuries. While our blend can’t claim such an established history, the aesthetic that inspires it traces through the history of specialty coffee in the Americas, and back to the finest coffeehouses of the old world hundreds of years ago.
Organic Beaujolais is a blend of our favorite caramelly-brown Vienna roast combined in equal parts with our strongest espresso, richest Nicaraguan single origin, and our wildest natural-processed Ethiopian. The richly-toned sweetness of the blend recalls dark chocolate, caramel, roasted nuts, and hints of jammy fruit.
Bonjour! Beaujolais Blend is better on Monday morning than on Sunday morning. The sun is out. I think this is going to be a great coffee day!
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