Steve's Coffee He Wants You To Drink On Christmas Day And Boxing Day Crackers! 2017


Bean name Steve's Coffee He Wants You To Drink On Christmas Day And Boxing Day Crackers! 2017
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Do you love the catchy title?!

Each Christmas I like to do something a little special for you all and this year I've gone crackers : D

2 big ol' Christmas crackers that will contain 125g of coffee each, but I'm not going to tell you what the 2 different coffees are until Christmas Day and Boxing Day!

The idea behind this is I'm going to send you 2 coffees that I really want you to drink on December 25th and 26th, but no information about them until it's drinkin' time! On each day I'll post on social media what the coffee is so you can find out a little more, make sure to give me a follow...




All I'll say is that they're 2 coffees that you can't buy and there are tiny, tiny quantities of!

We're going to be roasting + dispatching these close to Christmas on Wednesday December the 20th so they'll arrive very freshly roasted and in time for the big days. If you order any other items with your crackers we'll send them on their merry little way without their cracker friends, please don't be alarmed when your order arrives crackerless, they'll follow on separately.

Available only as roasted whole beans.

Coffee Details:

Cracker 1 - Christmas Day:
El Salvador Finca Las Brumas Washed SL 28 Wild Forest Project 2017 - Dale Harris WBC 2017 Winning Coffee (full details listed separately in the El Salvador section of the archive)

Cracker 2 - Boxing Day:
Ethiopia Mokanissa Natural Yirgacheffe 2017 from Isreal's (the farmer, not the country) farm
This was a single sack of naturally processed beans amongst all those of the regular washed version found for sale on the website. Very tasty and extremely limited in quantity, a fine Boxing Day tipple.

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