Good morning darlings!!! Yawn, it’s Monday so here we are ready for another week of blah, ugh, yuck and coffee :-). Yes yes yes yes yes, because coffee makes EVERYTHING better.
So what am I drinking this week…….well, I would tell you if I could but I can’t decide! For shame….
This week’s beans come from B’s Beans, a beanery (yes, its a word) in California. From her website:
My name is Beatrice Ruden and I have been a long time drinker and purveyor of coffee. When I moved to Temecula 7 years ago, I had a hard time finding good coffee.
So, I decided to roast my own beans. During the past 4 years, I have created my own business and am proud to offer only the highest quality of beans which are selected by me. I then roast them to perfection just for you!
You can feel good about purchasing your coffee through me! My beans are always Fair Trade (a way to make sure the coffee farmers get a fair price for their beans) and I buy Organic when available.
I am so happy that her beans are Fair Trade and that she buys organic when she can. To me, this says she cares about those of us who want to enjoy the fruits os the farmers labor as well as caring about the farmers themselves.
I am SOOOOO excited about trying her beans, that I can’t decide which one to try first…..
My choices are:
- Yellow Hornet
This blend has been getting some great reviews and is a wonderful way to start out your morning! This blend contains beans from Brazil, Indonesia and Central America and is a smooth, dark blend with a nutty finish.
- Tiger Bee Buzz
This is a deep, bass-note coffee, with an undertone of earthy dark chocolate.
- Black Widow
This is the perfect coffee to warm up with in winter. It is rich in flavor, full-bodied and possess a vibrant acidity. This is an ideal pick me up for the morning or afternoon.
- Golden Honey
This coffee is absolutely amazing for those of us with a sweet tooth. It has the perfect proportion of sweet butter, caramel & milk chocolate notes with a full and velvety body, a rich and lively aroma, and a fine acidity.
So I guess I will update you again at the end of the week to let you know what I thought about these delightful beans.