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Grinding whole-bean coffee each morning is one of the best ways to get fresh flavor and heavenly scents out of your cup. Shop online for mild, medium, and dark roasts from favorite brands including Starbucks, Lavazza, Irving Park, and Illy.
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Using the Swiss Water Method, these beans retain all their flavor and are naturally rinsed of 99.9% of caffeine. These big, tasty ...Mexican beans come from the Mut Vitz ('Hill of Birds') Coffee Cooperative in the Northern Highlands of Chiapas. Like other indigenous peoples of Mexico, the Tzotzil farmers of Mut Vitz are under intense pressure from the government and the international corporate world to give up their identities and their lands. The pressures are as indirect as the international market price and the destruction of traditional landholding laws in Mexico, and as direct as armed incursions into the villages and the theft of their coffee harvest by paramilitaries. The beans are large and smooth, making for easy roasting. They have excellent aroma, medium body with slight acidity. A mellow coffee with a softly sweet flavor, these are the perfect beans for starting your morning. Certified Kosher by Vaad ha Kashruth of Springfield, Massachusetts. Whole Bean Coffee. read more

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This is like dessert in a mug! A smooth blend of all-natural Chocolate and Raspberry flavoring, layered onto medium roasted, fair ...trade and certified organic Central American beans. These beans are also shade-grown, from estates that support healthy enviroments for coffee growers and protecting critical migratory birdf habitat. Along with producing a high quality cup of coffee, these beans have been selected because they will help support the grower's local economy, as well as provide sustainable crops for the environment and future generations. Certified Kosher by Vaad ha Kashruth of Springfield, Massachusetts. Whole Bean Coffee. read more

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A blend of highly rated Ethiopian Yirgacheffe and Sidamo make for a smooth, strong, and floral roast. This organic, fair-trade roa...st is the perfect way to jump start your mornings. Ethiopia is known as the birthplace of coffee, and they have plenty of experience in growing the best beans. Many of the beans are sun-dried while still in the coffee cherry, having been picked from wild-looking trees hidden in lush forest. It is these aspects that bring out the unique fruitiness and slightly earthy tones associated with Ethiopian coffees. This blend comes from the Oromia Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union, made up of 34 member coops spread throughout the central plateau of Yirgacheffe, Sidamo and Jimma. Roaster Dean Cycon worked with Oromia to introduce the first ever Fair Trade, Organic Ethiopian into the U.S. When he brought back roasted 'Oromia Blend' to the farmers, they were delighted. Few had ever tasted their own coffee and none had ever seen it packaged with their name on it. The profits from this fair-trade blend goes into a revolving loan fund that each community can use to build desperately needed water wells in the villages. Certified Kosher by Vaad ha Kashruth of Springfield, Massachusetts. Whole Bean Coffee. read more

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Exceptionally opulent, this Blackberry Merlot taste sensation will burst across your palate with intense fruit flavor reminiscent ...of sun-ripened, high grown blackberries. A background of velvety floral overtones round off a smooth, rich finish. This sensational new flavored coffee leaves you wondering, "Should I pour it in my coffee cup or into a wine glass? This flavored coffee is based on a 100% Colombian Supremo body. All Kaffe Magnum Opus coffees are flavored at 3% concentration, compared to the industry standard of 2%. This results in a fuller flavor and more intense coffee drinking experience. Kaffe Magnum Opus really started as an aroma in 1955 or so, in an A and P store in East Rockaway, Long Island. Bob Johnson, the person who started Kaffe Magnum Opus was then only 10, but had the enviable task of grinding the coffee for his parents' home use. "I always remember the aroma", says Bob. "That aroma hit me again in the Galleria Mall in Philadelphia in 1989 and I decided there and then to change my life completely." After 23 years in finance, Bob followed the aroma into the coffee business and started Kaffe Magnum Opus in 1991, as a store - Coffee Time - in, Vineland, New Jersey. The cafe building became the Headquarters and roasting plant for Kaffe Magnum Opus in 1996 when Kaffe Magnum Opus emerged. Freshness is king in the coffee business and Kaffe Magnum Opus only roasts to order. Even in its new facility with larger roasting equipment, the focus is on roasting batches. This insures freshness in every delicious, aromatic cup. Certified Kosher by KSA. read more

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