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Week 19: Nicaragua Our Nicaraguan coffee is a medium roast that is delectably creamy, with milk chocolate and toasted almond notes. Cultivated under shade trees, it is harvested and cared for by coffee farming families. Like all certified organic farms, they are banned from using synthetic pesticides. For these farmers, a union protected Cooperative named UCASUMAN, makes sure that their 400 members are well trained and their families and community benefit from the reinvested Fair Trade premium.  This delicious brew can be paired nicely with just about any food. It is most definitely a favorite with desserts, but is just...

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We all have different ways to spend time at home on cold winter evenings. These...

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Week 18 : Sidamo (Ethiopia) Let me start by saying, that if you want to taste a up of coffee different from many others, Sidamo is definitely one you should try first. This African delight will allow you to discover flavors unique to its part of the world. After the first sip, many different notes will visit your tastebuds and throw you in a whirlwind of different flavors like brown sugar, cherry and dark chocolate!  These certified organic coffee beans come from the Southwestern rainforests of Ethiopia. They are grown and cultivated by indigenous farmers. Focusing on 100% organic production,...

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Good morning! As promised this is the first DYI coffee scrub recipe. Hope you like it and find it as refreshing as I do. YOU WILL NEED  TO MAKE YOURSELF A GOOD CUP OF COFFEE FIRST!     - 2 tablespoons of coffee grounds (fresh grounds)    - 1/4 cup yogurt    - 1 tablespoon coconut oil    - Juice of 1/2 lemon METHOD    1. In a glass bowl, mix all the ingredients. Use this mixture to scrub your face             and body. Let it sit for as long as you like up to 15 mins....

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Saving coffee grounds has been a terrific and beneficial idea...

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