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I drove to So.Plainfield to pick up our first burlap sacks full of 300 lbs of green coffee beans.  One bag was from Papau New Guinea and the other from Ethiopia. Seriously, these bags were literally on a boat from Papau New Guinea and Ethiopia to the Port of Elizabeth, to the warehouse in So.Plainfield, into our Subaru, to our home, then to your house.

How cool is that?! Talk about fresh coffee.  

We've done so much research that I feel a personal connection with these beans and the farmers that grew them.  

We love coffee and we are so excited to share our love with you!

I also accomplished another first:  I made our very first blend, I won't tell you what's in it yet but I will tell you that it is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G (singing)! It's called....(drum roll please)  

Oh, I think I will wait until our next post! heh

xox

Christine 

 

Written by Christine Smith — October 16, 2013

Comments

Michael Smith:

Wow,
That is a lot of coffee. How did you feel when you were there picking up bags of coffee right off the boat?

November 25 2013

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