Sunday’s are better than others. And we wish Monday’s would be less cruel. It is a vicious cycle. Psychological even perhaps. But after spending a weekend catching up on life and Zzz’s; I then wake up hating on Queen B* for waking me up. Then something changes upon the smell of freshly grinded coffee from Caffe Artigiano, a French Press, and maybe an extra 10 minutes of snooze time.
Caffe Artigiano unveiled Artigiano Roasting Co. earlier this year with three new coffees: Rwanda Kigeyo, Sulawesi Toarco Tana Toraja and Kenya Ruarai. We were so excited to get our hands on them. Ranging from floral aromas with hints of cherry and apple to the more tropical with touches of pineapple and plum. There is one that will touch that tender spot.
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- Rwanda Kigeyo: A floral aroma, with flavours of apple, cherry, and lemon, and a sweet finish.
- Sulawesi Toarco Tana Toraja: A tropical armona with flavours of honey, pineapple, and plum, and a juicy finish.
- Kenya Ruarai: A jasmine aroma, with flavours of peach, strawberry, and grape and a winey finish.
All three are available by the 12 ounce bag, $16 to $22 for whole-bean varieties. Brewed cups served in house by award-winning baristas at Artigiano locations. Or buy online at http://www.caffeartigiano.com/collections with shipping available across North America. Coffees are sourced globally through relationships with the best importers and producers the world of coffee has to offer.
Artigiano Roasting Co. in-house coffee roasting via their roasting facility in Burnaby, B.C. since 2012.
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