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JAZ Improv : Dessert Series : Pumpkin Pie Coffee

It's here! People have been asking us to bring Pumpkin Pie Coffee back, and we're so happy we can offer it again now that it is no long 100° outside (good enough for us)!

We freely admit to having a serious weakness for autumn baking. Pie, in particular, holds a special place in our heart and on our table. In fact, one Thanksgiving at Len's place, the pies outnumbered the people! (Ah, that was a good year...)

Our luscious Pumpkin Pie coffee is an all-natural seasonal blend with real pumpkin and fresh gourmet spices, from Penzey's and featuring our very own ginger from Vietnam.

The coffee is our brand new 2022 crop of Brazilian St. Domingos Arabica Special Dark Roast for its sweet, smooth, buttery character, blended with a little Brazil Adrano City Roast for its brown sugar and caramel notes. The Pumpkin Pie flavor comes from real, whole spices: cinnamon, allspice, ginger, vanilla, and nutmeg, with real pumpkin powder. Try it with milk and sugar to get the most authentic "pie" experience, or even sweetened condensed milk (like many people use in Pumpkin Pie).

8 ounce bags. This is a first batch of the season, and we could only find a small amount of the powdered pumpkin we like, so we are limiting sales to 3. We have more pumpkin on order and will have a lot more stock when it arrives. Drip grind only, because of the real pumpkin powder.

$8.95 $6.00
(You save $2.95)
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