Monday, June 18, 2018

Sampling Gettysburg Coffee

The older I get the more I like history.  If there is ever an evening I get the TV all to myself you will find me watching documentary's or shows on the history channel.  This week I have been drinking a dark roast coffee from the Gettysburg Coffee Company.  But you don't have to be a Civil War buff to enjoy this great blend.

Specializing in hand-crafted gifts and accessories made right in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, offer gourmet blends roasted in small batches by the Great Gettysburg Coffee Company™. 
Check out my new coffee bar rack.

I sampled, The Guardian, a dark roast of beans from Indonesia and Central America with a bittersweet, full-bodied taste.

Other varieities they offer include The President: a medium roast reminiscent of a breakfast blend; The Quartermaster, a splendid, aromatic blend of cinnamon, pecan, chestnut, and rum; and The General, a delicious blend of mocha, caramel, and vanilla. 
The company also offers a wide assortment of hand-painted, American-made items dedicated to the Gettysburg experience.  They offer a wide assortment of apparel, accessories, and home décor produced by local merchants such as hand-cast Aluminum Eagles and handmade throws featuring popular civil war art.

Thanks to for sending me a sample of their coffee.   Please note all photos and opinions are my own.

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