Candy With Your Order Today

2016_Bali Treats Flash Sale

TODAY ONLY you can receive a free bag of Bali’s Best candy with your order.

Please specify FREE CANDY in the Order Comments at checkout and we will choose a bag of Bali’s Best candy in a surprise flavor to ship with your order. No coupon code needed.

No minimum order required but order must include specified order comments and be placed by 11:59 p.m. EDT Thursday, February 4th, 2016 on EnjoyBetterCoffee.com to qualify. No returns accepted on promotional items. No substitutions. Not redeemable for cash. Offer good while supplies last.

Phone: 800 582 6617 |  www.enjoybettercoffee.com

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Would you be surprised to know that Scandinavians drink a lot of coffee? It turns out, in fact, that per capita, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland are all in the top 10 list of heavy coffee drinking countries, and have been for the last couple of years.

So of course, coffee is important in Scandinavia, and it’s not just for breakfast!

If you’re in Sweden, then you must take a coffee break. Known as fika, it is used as both a noun and a verb to indicate that you sit down, take a break, enjoy a cup of coffee and a sweet treat. Always a very social event, office workers may refer to the breakroom as the ‘fika room’ and people gather a couple times a day. Cafes are also a way of life in Sweden. While the Swedes prefer classic black drip coffee, many homes use a French press.

In Finland, you start the day drinking coffee, typically a light-roasted coffee drunk with a bit of milk, no sugar. The Finnish love their kahvi, as shown in novels, paintings and essay from early last century. Perhaps the hot drink is so popular because they live in a cold country and need to drink for warmth. Maybe it’s just that coffee breaks the ice. (Literally and figuratively!)

We have 3 brands of coffee from Scandinavia: Arvid Nordquist, Lofbergs Lila and Paulig. All began as family businesses well over 100 years ago and still are leaders in the Scandinavian market today.

We love these coffees so much that when you order from us, we will include a package of Loftbergs Lila Kharisma ground coffee in 8.8oz/250mg as our gift to you.*   (Kharisma is dark and intense with nut and fruit notes.)

Buy any of our coffees and get a package of Loftbergs Lila Kharisma at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com when you make a purchase of $40 or more.*

You must write Kharisma in the Order Comments after checkout to receive one package free with your order. No coupon code needed.

*Discount valid through 2/2/2016 at EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with orders of $40 or more (before shipping costs are applied). Specified order comments must be included to receive free package of Lofbergs Lila Kharisma. Not valid with any other coupons or discounts. No substitutions. Not redeemable for cash.

We Love German Coffee

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German Coffee is Wunderbar!

Consider the earliest days of coffee’s popularity, when European coffee houses were opening in the 17th century. Most coffee houses did not even allow women to sit inside – it was a man’s world. This was particularly true in England, where the rules were quite strict. But in Germany, women frequented the coffee houses, to both drink coffee and connect socially with other women. Talk about being ahead of their time! Occasionally, men protested the women being at the café and the associated chatting (“gossiping”), but the women prevailed and won the right to drink and converse. The Kaffeeklatsch – literally meaning coffee + gossip – became a common term by the 19th century.

Let’s hear it for German coffee!

Enjoy your coffee, and maybe a little gossip, anytime. Buy any German coffee from www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com, and we will give you 10% off your order, with no minimum to buy.*


* Discount valid through 1/26/2016 at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com for the following brands of German coffee: Jacobs, Dallmayr, Tchibo and Eduscho with no minimum order Not valid with any other coupons or discounts. Not valid for discounted, special sale or case sale items.



Order your favorite coffee today and receive a package of two delectable Belgian Boys caramel stroopwafels for FREE!*

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Just type Stroopwafels in the Order Comments at checkout and we’ll ship a package of 2 tasty syrup cookies with your order at no extra charge. Act quickly – offer is only available while supplies last!

*No minimum order required. Order must be placed by 11:59 EDT January 21st, 2016 and include specified order comments to qualify. Offer only available while supplies last on the 2-pack of Belgian Boys stroopwafels only.
No substitutions. Not redeemable for cash.

Phone: 800 582 6617 | www.enjoybettercoffee.com

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How many of you know the story of the Dutch boy who saved his country from a catastrophic flood? Many of us here in the USA know the legend of the little boy who saved Holland by putting his finger in a leaking dike. He stayed there all night, through the cold, until he is found in the morning and the dike is repaired and everyone lives happily ever after.

Would you be surprised then to learn that in Holland, this story is not so well-known? Some Dutch are aware of this American story, but it is not part of Dutch folklore – much to the surprise of many Americans who go to Holland wanting to see ‘the spot’ where it happened.

Let’s clear up the confusion: The story Hans Brinker or The Silver Skates was written by American Mary Mapes Dodge, who had never visited Holland before she wrote the book in 1865. The novel centers on a boy and his sister who want to compete in the annual race on a frozen canal and win the coveted grand prize, a pair silver skates. The family is poor and the father is ill and unable to work, so in the end, the story is about courage, perseverance and hope. The story of the boy and the dike is a small diversion in the tale, and is not Hans.

In 1950, the Dutch Bureau of Tourism recognized the popularity of the story and decided to place a statue of Hans Brinker at Spaarndam with the inscription that it is dedicated to Dutch youth, symbolizing the struggle of Holland against the water (the picture above). A few years later, a Dutch author rewrote the story, setting the story in Spaarndam.

Hans Brinker may be a Dutch icon but he is really an American hero.

Speaking of icons, enjoy a real Dutch icon with Douwe Egberts coffee. We have everything Douwe Egberts, so get 10% off all Douwe Egberts products on www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with no minimum order*

Please use coupon code DEJAN10

*Discount valid through 1/12/2016 on www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with no minimum order. This discount cannot be used with any other coupons or discounts. Not valid for discounted or special sale Douwe Egberts items.

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Start the New Year right and enjoy the smooth, light-roasted Aroma Rood Blond from Douwe Egberts for free when you place an order of $30 or more.*

Please write “DE Blond” in the order notes after checkout and one package of Aroma Rood Blond will be shipped with your order at no extra charge.

*Order must equal $30 minimum after any applied discount; shipping not included. Order must be placed by 11:59 EDT January 6th, 2016 and include specified order notes to qualify. Offer available for Aroma Rood Blonde only. This coffee has an expiration date of 3/15/2016. No substitutions. Not redeemable for cash.

Phone: 800 582 6617 |  www.enjoybettercoffee.com

Here’s To A Great New Year!

Celebrate with our customers’ favorite discount!

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Join our New Year’s celebration with free shipping on all orders $55 or more in the continental U.S.*


*Discount valid 01/01/2016 to 01/03/2016 on www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with $55 minimum order in the contiguous United States. Free Shipping not available for AK, HI, APO/FPO or Canadian orders. Not valid with any other coupons or discounts. Not valid for discounted, special sale or case sale items.

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