This coffee beans blog is my personal account of my search for Purely Coffee Beans in unfamiliar stores, coffee shops and traditions! I will also share with you the latest coffee reviews, coffee photos, coffee stories, and coffee updates!
Appreciate the weather with a great cup of coffee, especially one with a bit of that summer intensity, like Java or Sumatra, perhaps!
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Certified & Sustainable Coffees: Right for your Taste & your Wallet!
What makes up a perfect storm for coffee aficionados are great flavor, eco-friendliness, the chance to help disaster victims, and small farm sustainability. If all of those things appeal to you, click here for a great assortment of coffees (and teas!) that will satisfy your tastebuds on all fronts.
The Hurricane Coffee and Tea Company offer coffee blends that are 100% Rainforest Alliance (RA) Certified. The RA is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that helps farmers improve their profits and their crops. The farmers that participate must meet stringent standards that foster biodiversity and sustainability. A percentage of the purchase price of every pound of coffee you buy gets donated to a major disaster relief fund; those proceeds get distributed to people all over the world who need assistance after a natural disaster.
These great coffee beans are grown in Central and South America; areas of the world that are perfect for growing coffee beans due to the climate and the altitude. There is a blend available for every coffee connoisseur's taste.
It's easier to order; the hard part is deciding on the type of blend. Some blends are dark-roasted and full-bodied, others are lighter medium-roasts. There are also blends available that are are flavored with coconut and chocolate; others have hints of smokiness and toasted nuts.
No matter which blend you choose, you are assured of a rich and satisfying cup of coffee. Even the decaffeinated blend is eco-friendly; the caffeine is removed without the use of chemicals. Try a special Hurricane blend today; you'll not only get some great coffee, you'll help people in need. Just check out the shop at HurricaneCoffeeandTea.com.
Last stories that have been published on this coffee beans blog...But first! A picture taken June 24, 2013~ the full moon! We didn't see it on the 23rd, too much cloud cover! But tonight was spectacular!
Coffee Soda Pop: A weird way to drink coffee?
Just found a can of coffee soda pop in the supermarket, so I bought it to try... find out if it's worth it or not...!
Showcasing the Milk Frother: A Great Way to Make Cappuccino
The milk frother is a humble and very affordable machine for making the frothy milk that you need for cappuccino or latte drinks.Coffee Biz: My Business Card
Finally designed and having printed my coffee biz business cards... don't you think it's about time? Take a look at the design... it might look v. familiarCoffee Coupons News
We'll first of all look at the coffee coupons from a major US online retailer: Amazon.com (I do receive a small commission on all Amazon orders, if you click to Amazon from here.Some of my coffee photos
I just uploaded some of my coffee photos... Hope that readers will share theirs, too!Let's Make Espresso & Save Money
Q: Are you specifically looking to make espresso drinks or buy an espresso machine? Needing to save a little money?Whole Bean Coffee vs. Ground Coffee
What a difference a decent whole bean coffee can make when you are using the Aeropress coffee maker.Coffee Prices
Prices threaten to rise and rise making even mundane coffee expensive. Are you worried?Airline Coffee: Would (Could?) you drink it?
Airline coffee has some of the worst reputation in the world. Would you, heck, could you, stomach a cup of airplane coffee?Kiva.org: Let's support coffee growing and coffee farmers
Let's support coffee growing by working with Kiva to provide micro-finance to coffee farmers and those involved in getting us our daily grind.Traveling with my Aeropress
Only a little time to prepare, I packed the necessities of travel: the Aeropress Coffee Maker, minus a few tools, and my chosen coffee for the journey: Cagliari Gran Arabica Caffe.Are You Drinking Too Much Coffee
Are we drinking too much coffee? Have Some Coffee Fun - Find out the truth at the same time in this quick Q&A, guaranteed to be low in calories.
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I was given five 1 lb. packs of coffee from a Brazilian exchange student. It was a rich brown and was ground as fine as flour, best coffee I have ever
Kenya Coffee is often found in our coffees, but most people don't really know much about Kenyan Coffee, or indeed many African Coffee brands. This article explores great coffee from Africa.
Indian coffee has been grown and drunk there for hundreds of years. So the next time you are looking for a coffee, why not check out some of the coffee from india?
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IdealBrew.co Coffee Samples: What a nice surprise!
Brandon at IdealBrew.co sent some coffee samples to try this weekend, I was quite excited to receive three different kinds of roasts from him; and I …
Vast difference in cost - why?
Whenever I go to Costco, I see their Green Mountain Arabica coffee selling for about $6.00 per pound. But why, oh, why does Gevalia's retail about …