The Magic of Timothy's Canarino K-Cups
Even though the weather has been mild, most of the staff here at Single Serve Coffee.com have either had the flu, a cold, or just felt that damp Northeast weather get them down. We've been drinking lots of different teas in our Keurig B-60 Special Edition brewer but were amazed when we tasted the Canarino K-Cups.
Last month we got a sample pack of Timothy's Canarino K-Cups from Jim Evans at CoffeeWhiz.com to try out. Let me tell you - these Canarino K-Cups are the perfect - get you out of a cold/flu - funk beverage we've ever tested.
What is Canarino? It's not coffee for starters. It's a classic italian hot beverage served all over Italy. When we were in Italy we had it several times but thought it more of a gimmick than something that could help us get better.
In Italy CANARINO (little Canary) is known as la classica bibita Italiana un croccante, E pulito sapore de limone che e'assagioto ogni volta che uno calda bibits e'desiderata, the classic Italian hot lemon beverage, which has a crisp, clean lemon taste to be savored any time a healthful hot drink is desired. In Europe CANARINO is served at home or in restaurants and coffee bars. Traditionally, it is prepared by using a whole pared lemon peel steeped in a pot of hot water. Its flavor is derived from a blend of natural lemon oils and acids in the lemon peel. (Lemon pulp is never used. It gives the drink a sour taste similar to that of sugarless lemonade.)
The Canarino is a hot - crisp - lemon drink. It's not tea and it's not going to make you feel full or like you're drinking something heavy. It's so light and with a cold/flu every time we drink a cup, we feel picked up and refreshed. Great stuff. A BIG THANKS to Jim Evans from CoffeeWhiz.com for sending these. We feel better already. :-)
Thes Canarino K-Cups will work in your Keurig B-40 Elite, Keurig B50 Gourmet, Keurig B-60 Special Edition
single serve coffee brewers from Keurig.
At Timothy's Canarino K Cups
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Posted by Jay Brewer at February 6, 2006 8:23 AM