Ethically-Sourced Gourmet Coffee

gourmet coffee

gourmet coffee

The glossy dark Rigsby & Jones Vienna Blend Whole Coffee Beans (click to purchase) are just waiting for you to grind to suit your own coffee making equipment whether you use a percolator, French press, drip, filter, chemex flask, hario jug, stovetop, or bean to cup machine. 

Our former coffee grinder, a Magic Bullet (click to purchase), broke some time ago. So I headed over to my Target and bought a new KitchenAid Blade Coffee Grinder (click to purchase), which has a dishwasher-safe metal grinding bowl with stainless steel blades.  It holds enough beans for 12 cups of coffee.  What’s great about this coffee grinder is that the metal doesn’t hold any smell from whatever I grind in it.

After grinding the beans and brewing them with cold, filtered water in my Hamilton Beach BrewStation Deluxe (click to purchase), I had myself a great cup of coffee.      

gourmet coffee

This gourmet coffee comes without the burnt taste of pricey coffee shop coffees.  It has a smooth taste that’s hits my coffee-spot.  Let me warn you that I don’t like my coffee black.  I need to have some half and half to make my perfect cup of java.  And that’s exactly what I got with Rigsby & Jones Vienna Blend Whole Coffee Beans.  I highly recommend them.


gourmet coffee

The Vienna Blend beans are a blend of ethically sourced 100% Arabica coffee beans from Guatemala and Columbia. It’s roasted in small batches by experts in the USA who care about quality and taste. This gourmet coffee is a medium/dark roast with a rich complex taste that can be enjoyed at any time of day.  It’s supplied only as a whole bean for grinding at home to ensure maximum freshness when brewing. 

Holy Joe's Cafe, gourmet coffee

And while I’m talking about coffee, let me tell you about Holy Joe’s Cafe (click here to find out more), an all-volunteer non-profit that sends coffee to U.S. troops in Afghanistan via a network of deployed Chaplains.  Holy Joe’s Café is the conduit for Chaplains who set up oasis not in size but in purpose and that purpose is to bring a taste of home through coffee which sometimes that is the most important place for people when they are in the midst of great havoc.  Please consider a donation to this not-for-profit organization to support the American troops.

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