May 3, 2011

Singlebrew Single Cup Gourmet Coffee in a Tea Bag

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It's crazy to think given the length of time (nearly 20 years) that Singlebrew has been around that we've never heard of them - but we haven't. The story goes the Singlebrew founder was backpacking and was really unhappy with instant coffee (seriously who isn't), and decided to put some coffee in a tea bag. The results were good enough that the result was after the trip to research and create Singlebrew - gourmet coffee in a tea bag.

There is a total of 10 varieties - Colombian, Colombian Decaf and the most popular flavors of Hazelnut, French Vanilla, Swiss Mocha Almond, Irish Cream, Vanilla Nut, Chocolate Raspberry, Cinnamon Nut Swirl and Almond Amaretto.

We'll see if we can round some up to try, and given the amazing weather here in the Northeast, a cup of coffee in the outdoors seems right on the horizon.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 3, 2011 7:25 AM

Recent Comments

Hai

we have few hotel branches in k.l.
We will provide to all room free tea & coffee packets.
If any possible, Can you send our E-mail address on your price list.


Posted by: Kamal at April 13, 2012 8:26 AM
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