Fresh Icelandic River Roast Christmas Coffee (Jóla Kaffi) for 2011
Last year’s Christmas Coffee was a big hit, so Icelandic River Heritage Sites (www.icelandicriver.com) is offering a fresh new batch of Icelandic River Roast ‘Jóla Kaffi’ again this year – along with our four other blends:
Tíu Dropar (our signature medium roast)
Fjallkona (delicious medium-light roast)
Nýja Ísland (rich medium-dark roast),
and our very popular classic dark roast:
Earl of Dufferin, which has been a big hit with those who love a rich and tangy dark roast.
Both the darker roasts make excellent espresso.
The sale of Icelandic River Roast coffee beans is a fundraiser in support of projects undertaken by Icelandic River Heritage Sites Inc., a registered charity dedicated to preserving and promoting historic sites, buildings, and place names, as well as initiating and hosting cultural events. An overview of our projects can be found on our website: http://www.icelandicriver.com.
We are pleased to report that in additional to stabilizing the historic 110 year old pioneer home at Engimýri with a new roof (cedar shingles) as a first step in restoration, we have commissioned an 18 inch sculpture of founder and pioneer Sigtryggur Jónasson, best known as “Father of New Iceland” – also as “Father of Icelandic Settlement in Canada”.
are custom roasted and blended for us in keeping with the long tradition of Icelandic coffee preparation and shipped fresh in 1 lb. (454 gr) bags. – each with a unique Icelandic River Roast label.
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