Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Broad Street Roasters Guatemala Coffee #Giveaway

Calling All Coffee Connoisseurs! You've got to try Broad Street Roasters Guatemala #Coffee TODAY! #CoffeeBroad #BroadStreetCoffee #Guatemala

WIN a Box of This Delicious Coffee and Enjoy Some of the Most Sought After Coffee In Your Cup!

This single sourced Broad Street Roasters Guatemalan roast is harvested from Finca San Diego Buena Vista, owned by the Bock family for 3 generations. The Acatenango Valley’s rich soil in which this coffee is grown is replenished by Volcan del Fuego, a nearby active volcano. It is full bodied, yet light with a juicy citrus acidity and finishes with notes of dark chocolate, grapefruit, and fig.
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Broad Street Roasters Guatemala Coffee

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Broad Street Roasters Guatemala Coffee Giveaway

January 23, 2019, at 9 am EST through February 20, 2019, at 11:59 pm EST
ONE lucky reader will win a 40 Count Box of Broad Street Roasters Guatemala Coffee.
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Derek Miller said...

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Sunnymay said...

The Oberammergau Passion Play in German with English translation was the highlight of a 3 week 8 country capital hop of Europe. The play is done every decade and tours are arranged around it. England was easy because they speak English and Avebury and Stonehenge were both rather sobering with their massive stones. Denmark had pastries, bicycles and cross-stitch. Holland had windmills, the Little Mermaid statue, Delft pottery and museums. Italy had churches, mosaics, squares, leather goods, and lasagna and wide green beans which I had twice in one day. France had glass bottom boats along the Rhine River, artists painting on the banks, flower stands and pastries. Austria had the white horses that pranced. Switzerland had wood carvings and watch factories. Our modes of transportation were airplanes, train that went on a ship, and buses.