Merrrrrry Christmassss! We are celebrating Christmas in July! Not only are we offering our holiday-exclusive flavors, but they're ON SALE too! (Because we love you all so much) If you haven't tried our flavored coffees as cold brew, you are missing out. Check out the video below for an inexpensive, super easy way to get started with your own cold brew.
We’ve struck a fine balance with just enough flavor added to our popular blend of high-quality Latin American coffee beans to allow both the flavor and the coffee to sing in harmony, that sweet siren song of the holidays. Even staunch traditional coffee drinkers are impressed with our holiday flavors. So, which is your favorite? Cinnamon Eggnog, Gingerbread Cookie, Chocolate Candy Cane, or Holiday Panettone? Try them all while you can!
- Gingerbread Cookie is chock-full of all those lovely warming spices: ginger, cinnamon, and clove. If Pumpkin Pie Spice is not your thing, or if you just want to give the Pumpkin a break, this coffee will keep you in the holiday mood. Perhaps it will call to mind some of those classic holiday Norman Rockwell illustrations, or your own memories of good, quality family time in the kitchen.
- Oh,Cinnamon Eggnog. What a perfect pairing eggnog and coffee make! First you taste sweet cream, then the depth of rum flavor (no alcohol here), and finally cinnamon and nutmeg tie everything together. In addition to an AMAZING cup of coffee or latte, in higher concentrations, you could even add to some holiday cookie or cake recipes for an added bit of mystery to your confections. It’ll be our secret.
- Chocolate Candy Cane is making its way back on the shelves this year. This classic holiday mash-up is sure to be a welcomed addition to your holiday celebrations. Sweet chocolate and brisk peppermint will get your motor running as you head out to conquer your holiday shopping list.
- And finally, we have Holiday Panettone. “But what is Holiday Panettone?” Well, it’s a traditional Italian Christmas sweet bread, usually containing candied and dried fruits, and warming spices. It’s a fairly labor-intensive process, so it’s glory is reserved for special festivities. If you’ve never tried this coffee, you owe it to yourself to give it a shot. It may even be better than the store-bought cake, itself!