October 22, 2004, Newsletter Issue #24: Try Some Different Coffees

Tip of the Week


A decade ago, if you could find some quality coffee beans, the choice was pretty skinny. But these last few years has seen an explosion in the availability of different beans, from different countries, each with their own subtle flavors.

The trouble is, we tend to get set in our ways. Once we find a coffee bean we like, that`s what we stick with.

Well, sometimes it`s worth being a little more adventurous.

So let`s start now. Here are two excellent coffees you might want to try.

>> Panama Boquete (Medium Roast)

Panama is the rising star among Central American coffee growing countries, producing coffees of superior quality. This exquisite coffee is grown in rich volcanic soil (on the slopes of the Baru volcano) at elevations above 3600`. Look forward to a rich tasting cup with a lively, bright taste.

See pricing here: http://tinyurl.com/65ff9

>> Tanzania Peaberry (Medium Roast)

All of the power of a single bean (rather than the usual two) creates an exceptionally intense taste. This coffee is grown on the slopes on Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa. Look forward to a taste experience that is more buoyant, more brightly acidic, more of everything...yet somewhat lighter in body than comparable normal beans.

See pricing here: http://tinyurl.com/4z46z

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First, how about trying some terrific coffee recipes for those holiday meal plans?

>> Check out this unique Coffee Lovers` Recipe Collection from best-selling cookbook author, Ken Haedrich.

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