Looking for adventure? No need to jump a plane.
Barefoot has just the cure for the summer blues with
their Adventurous Drip Sampler Pack. This sampler
contains coffees that are brighter and fruitier. Perfect
for those of you that
sleepwalk comatose to your coffee machine in the
morning drinking the same old reliable
coffee you order every time or that wallow in
Wake up! Mix it up a bit! This set could be a
real eye-opener. Like a DJ choosing a playlist,
Barefoot keeps things exciting with smaller
sampler 8 ounce bags from a lineup of their current
more complex and fruity seasonal drip coffees. It is a
nice opportunity to try a
few Barefoot offerings and see what you think. At the
very least, it will leave
you feeling well traveled without the jet lag. For those
that want to play it a bit more safe there is also a
Traditional 3 bag sampler which tend to have more
notes, heavier mouth feels and are less complex.
These are really great as well. Try this or don't!
Whatever you do, just try
something different today!
Don your white woven Panama hat and recline in
Sarchi chair. That perfect summertime coffee has
Mike at Klatch coffee has
done it again with this phenomenal naturally
processed Panama coffee. Panama Elida Natural is
not your typical coffee. It is almost like a Geisha type
for a considerably lower price. This beauty
produces wonderful sweet berries and
floral notes. It has a berryish
chocolatey body with a bit of boysenberry and guava.
It finishes with an almost banana aftertaste.
It is currently the number one favorite coffee of
member Nzo right now.
I have to agree, it is one not to miss.
I love Brazilian coffees, so when PT's Fazenda Rainha
arrived I was excited. I was thrilled to see it was a
natural processed coffee and the description was
enticing. I pulled out the Chemex and brewed some
up. One sip and I was smiling. It has a great full body
that is smooth and creamy. Orange citrus and dark
caramel notes make this a great drink all day coffee. I
love this coffee and can see why it was a Cup Of
Excellence winner in 2011. I think you will raise
your cup and agree. Bravo to Jeff and Fred at PT's!