Sunday, June 16, 2013

Peet's Columbia Nabusimake - Limited Offering

I stumbled upon this delightful coffee on my way to the 
train the other evening.  

Walked by one of the Peet's that I don't normally 
frequent, and couldn't resist going inside to see what 
was new.

Found this Columbia Nabusimake coffee.  

The description which included "chocolatey" is what 
caught my eye.  That, and the fact that it's Fair Trade and 
Organic Certified.

Smooth and satisfying.  Get it while you can.

Colombia Nabusimake is available for a limited time. 

In the north of Colombia, on the steep slopes of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, is a small 

village named Nabusimake (Nah-boo si-Mah-keh). This name translates to “Birthplace of the 

Sun” and is the spiritual center of the Arhuaco people. These indigenous people seek a 

harmony and unity with nature, balancing their needs with those of the surrounding land. 

Theirs is a self-sufficient culture, growing their own food, running a school and cultivating 

this beautiful coffee. All of their sustainable practices have led to this coffee becoming both 

Fair Trade and Organic certified; a first for Peet's.

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