Austria-Class Featured Coffees & Teas
If you follow Convenience Coffee and coco.bm on Facebook, you’ll know that we we’ve explored Austrian coffee houses, coffee brewing, the best chocolate cake in the world, waltzing and even drone and mountain bike tours of the heaps of Austrian peaks all this month (September 2016) in our #youcangettherefromhere travels.
Last week we also took a philosophical look at seven exquisite single cup blends from world-famous Austrian chef, Wolfgang Puck.
But this week here at Brew News Bermuda we’re all about the high-level, altitude-attitude, emphasis on elevation coffees themselves so we’ve globe-trotted all the way from Grossglockner (shown above) in the Austrian Alps to Central and South America, the Caribbean and the Pacific to bring you this week’s fantastic feature flavours.
Read on, or shop on in our Brew Nations Austrian Collection for September, 2016.
Colombia 100% Arabica Coffee by Gevalia Kaffe
Our second peek (pun intended) at premium high-elevation, single-cup coffees this week looks at Gevalia’s Colombia K-Cups. Created with 5-star, Colombian single-origin beans that their buyers have been sourcing for decades …
… it’s a rich, bright and well-bodied medium roast coffee.”
- Add Gevalia Colombia to your cart at coco.bm, or
- choose from our complete collection of Gevalia Kaffe single cup coffees, or
- read more about Johan from Gevalia Kaffe and whether he’s hot or not, or
- check out all 14 specially-selected coffees & teas we’ve included in our Brew Nations: Austria collection.
Hawaiian Blend Extra Bold Coffee by Tully’s
The perfect island paradise getaway in a cup — for when you just can’t get away from this island paradise, Tully’s Hawaiian Blend is made from 100% Arabica beans, 10% of which are straight from another island paradise — Hawaii, our fourth mountain in this week’s look up at high-altitude coffees.
Aloha! It’s a simple, tropical, breezy and mildly sweet vacation in a cup.”
Tom “Tully” O’Keefe, founded the company that bears his name in Washington State in 1992. In 2009, Tully’s sold its brand name, wholesale distribution business and fine, hand-crafted coffee roasting operation to Green Mountain Coffee Roasters. The company now focuses on serving in its local Seattle-area retail coffee shops and Convenience Coffee focuses on delivering single-cup and ready-packaged Tully’s coffees here in Bermuda.[fbshare url=”https://coco.bm/brewnews/four-mountains-and-a-volcano/” type=”button” width=”100″]
Costa Rica K-Cups by The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Company
This medium-roast “Costa Rica” K-Cup from The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Company was designed expressly for the Keurig brewing system and gets 5-star, rave reviews on-line. Costa Rica is also a customer-favourite in their cafés.
Some of these unique beans are grown almost mile in the sky, in the rich soil of high-altitude, Costa Rican plantations giving them a natural, bright, clean, crisp and fragrant attitude.”
Not far from our feature photo above of Turrialba Volcano in Costa Rica, here’s Guayabo Lodge’s look at The Aquiares Coffee Hacienda, Turrialba at dawn courtesy of Luciano Capelli
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is the oldest privately-held, specialty coffee company in the U.S. At the time of writing, Convenience Coffee, Bermuda’s most convenient, privately-held office coffee company in Bermuda, stocks four CB&TL premium K-Cup varieties.[fbshare url=”https://coco.bm/brewnews/four-mountains-and-a-volcano/” type=”button” width=”100″]
Origin, other sources and thanks for this Brew News edition, “Four Mountains and a Volcano”:
- Austria’s Grossglockner courtesy Manuel Bierbauer at Flickr
- Jamaica’s Blue Mountains from the northern suburbs of Kingston courtesy James Willamor at Flickr
- La Mesa sunrise near Cundinamarca, Colombia courtesy Fernando Rojas at Flickr
- Na Pali Coast, Kauai, Hawaii courtesy Jeff Kubina at Flickr
- Costa Rica’s Turrialba Volcano from 3340 metres above sea level courtesy Bernal Saborio at Flickr