But what if I told you that you could have Tomorrow’s Coffee today? It can’t be done! It would be wrong! What would happen to the delicate ecosystems in the canopies of the beautiful rainforests in the Huehuetenango region of Guatemala? Well that’s exactly where this coffee calls home.
So, against all odds and a grumpy howler monkey, I present you with the most essential element of the caffeination marathon (AKA the day) ahead of you. The pictures say it all, but I’ll say it again because it makes me feel all fuzzy and warm inside. Or maybe it’s the coffee? What have here is beans people. The best coffee beans in all senses of the world. Best for the rainforest. Best for the coffee farmers. Best for the migratory bird species that hang out in the rainforests with the coffee farmers.
These bags are even jerk-proof. They are omnidegradable. Which, if I spelled that correctly, means that if you are of the unpleasant variety of human being who is unaware or otherwise ignorant of the proper manner of disposal of refuse, this bag recompenses for your incompetence. Simply put, these coffee bags will breakdown anywhere.
Yes. Ok. Who Cares? Are we still talking about half of the ingredients of bean water? Most certainly. This is 1 pound of whole bean, French/dark roast coffee. Though the interpretation of taste is ultimately dependent upon the preferences of the drinker, it has been described as medium-bodied, bold and smoky, with wine-like and bittersweet dark chocolate undertones. Simply put, you’re probably going to want to get two.
I could go on all day, but I have a character limit and you just want to buy a bag of coffee.
So I’ll leave you with my best wishes and this cheesy slogan: