New England Coffee is a family owned and operated business by the third generation of the Kaloyanides and Dostu families. It is a company that beliefs in the highest standards of customer service and product quality. The first coffee back in 1916 was hand-roasted and delivered by horse and wagon out of a one building location. Now New England Coffee occupies five buildings and has grown to become New England’s largest independent coffee roaster.
Only the finest Arabica beans are used in all the products. The beans are from Central America, South America, Eastern Africa, and the East Indies and are fresh-roasted for consistently taste and quality.
New England Coffee comes in many different varieties including: Flavored, Decaffeinated, Light & Medium Roasts, Dark Roast, and Seasonal Blends.
With so many coffee brands out there it can be hard to pick just one, but after 90 year I think New England Coffee definitely knows what they are doing! Now I will admit I am not a big coffee drinker, but I do like flavored coffees and my husband on the other hand is a coffee fiend. He makes a pot every day and fills his travel mug and thermos for work. He is definitely picky as far as quality goes and couldn’t believe what he was missing out on never having New England Coffee before.
I got the chance to try out a whole bunch of flavors and my husband didn’t know which to try first! I got French Vanilla, New England Breakfast Blend, Decaffeinated Hazelnut Crème, San Francisco Blend, Blueberry Cobbler, and Decaffeinated Breakfast Blend. I think my favorite though was the French Vanilla and my husband loves the Blueberry Cobbler! What I really like about the New England Coffee blends though is that you can tell they are fresh and high quality. The flavors in them are all rich and taste what you would expect – Blueberry Cobbler has a sweet, warm and juicy flavor while the New England Breakfast Blend is a hearty blend to help wake you up in the morning!
Whether you like Light, Medium, Dark or Flavored Blends, New England Coffee definitely has a blend for everyone. I am still amazed at how many flavors are available and can’t wait to try the Hawaiian Macadamia Nut and Chocolate Cappuccino Blends! I am more of a coffee drinker with certain foods while my husband drinks coffee for the caffeine, both of our cravings were satisfied with the New England Coffee beans were tried. So next time you are walking down the coffee aisle at your grocery store (and if its like mine then it’s a whole aisle) I definitely recommend looking for the light brown bags of New England Coffee. They are reasonably priced and offer a wide selection!
I am also very curious about trying out New England Coffee “Iced.” I used to be a big iced coffee drinker and I haven’t really had it since I became a stay at home mom. I think it is great that you can make it at home and the New England Coffee website has a whole section on teaching you how to make a great cup of iced coffee and tips!
You can also find Special Offers on the New England Coffee website and Check Out Recipes involving coffee of course! You can also sign up for the online newsletter to receive special offers, coffee stories and more! You can also “Like” New England Coffee on Facebook!
BUY IT: You can buy New England Coffee directly from the website or find it at your local grocery store!
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