August 18, 2005

Fair Trade Decaf & Half Caf 100% Columbian Coffee Pods At Baronet Coffee

Logo BaronetBaronet Coffee just sent us a set of their new Fair Trade Decaf, Decaf Mocha Java, and 50/50 - Columbian coffee pods. We fired up the Bunn My Cafe and have to say - these are all good decaf and half caf coffees. We especially like the 50/50. After a long day of testing coffee pods, a little less caffeine can be good for the stomach.

We are also excited to see a Fair Trade coffee in Decaf. The beans used in the Fair Trade coffee pods are organically grown, and the brew produced is has a very rich taste and smell.

Baronet is also offering FREE Shipping on orders of 6 sleeves or more. Sleeves contain 18 coffee pods and are priced at $7.25 a sleeve making it just $.40 a coffee pod. All Baronet Coffee pods will fit your
Bunn My Cafe, Home Cafe, or Senseo system and weigh in the 10 gram range.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at August 18, 2005 7:52 AM
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It's Colombian coffee, Colombian beans. Why is that so difficult? It's from the country of Colombia, not the city in Missouri or the river in Washington state. As company as large as yours should know better.

Posted by: gary at January 25, 2006 3:04 PM
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