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New Item, that is well worth looking at!

On the right column of this blog is 2 great company's. Yeah I am still trying to figure out the distribution of my own blends, but, hey I am not the only kid on the block! Caffe Britt, who actually own farms in Costa Rica, Brazil and Peru have come out with a blend of coffee that is very good! You can find it to the right of this blog! And yes I get a small commission for selling their coffee. But as I have said in the past. I will not advertise coffee on here that doesn't meet my stringent standards. This limited edition coffee does, The Heritage Blend. It is Costa Rica in a nutshell ,so i am giving it a 5 star thumbs up! They own the farms and they can cherry pick the best beans at the height of their flavor! I commend anyone that can do that, because coffee is my life, it is my passion. So give it a try , the company is value driven and they do things right!  So coffee lover's everywhere should try it at least once, because they deliver great coffee!
Now, the banner on the right for Coffee for They are a great story and give back  large percentage of a regular business to charity! Read about it and buy the products from this website, because I admire their vision. You can get everything from coffee, coffeemaker's at a fair price. I would suggest some ogf the Lacas Coffee and the New York Blends in particular. But hey, that's just me. Coffee is an acquired taste. I just think they have a cool mission and deserve a shout out! Regardless, if I was you, I would go for the Cafe Britt offer, the other one will still be around in the future. Just my opinion. Enjoy everyone!!! Drink up!!!

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