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Happy St. Patrick’s Day from All Of Us At EnjoyBetterCoffee.com

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Would you be surprised to know that St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated in many places around the world? Sure, it is very popular in the U.S. and in Ireland, but the holiday is recognized as a big party in more countries than any other national festival. Originally the day commemorated the saint, with celebrations being held as far back as the 1600’s. Read on to learn more about St. Patrick’s Day in some of our favorite spots in Europe. In the meantime, consider this newsletter to be your lucky four-leaf clover!

The shamrock, a popular symbol of the big day, is a three-leaf clover. But it’s the four-leaf clover that’s one of the most common symbols for luck. There is some debate over what the four leaves represent. Many say the four leaves represent Hope, Faith, Love and Luck. Others say the leaves represent fame, wealth, love and health.


Because the chances of discovering a four-leaf clover are one in ten thousand, it is pretty lucky to find one. But for you, for just a few days, that clover is even luckier because you can get $4 off orders of $20 or more EnjoyBetterCoffee.com.*

Please Use Coupon Code: GOODLUCK

*Discount valid from 3/17/19 through 11:59PM ET on 3/19/19 at EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with $20 minimum order required before shipping cost. Not valid with other coupons or discounts, special sale or case sale products. Offer not redeemable for cash. Questions? Call us at 800.582.6617 Mon-Fri 9AM-5PM ET.

Brand Highlight: Bewley’s Irish Coffee

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The Bewley family began selling coffee in 1840 in Ireland after a few years of selling tea from China. Within 50 years, the family opened two cafes, but it wasn’t until 1927 that the flagship store opened on Grafton Street in Dublin. By the end of the 20th century, the company had more than 20 cafes in Ireland and six more around the world. Bewley’s runs the Rebecca’s Café chain in Boston, and moved to the west coast when they purchased the Java City brand. Bewley’s also runs a chain of hotels in the UK and in Ireland.
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We have Bewley’s Irish Cream ground coffee. Made from 100% Arabica coffee, the flavored coffee has hints of Irish Cream liqueur. (No alcohol or sugar is in this coffee!) Try some today and use the discount above to really save.


St. Patrick’s Day in Europe

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Regardless of where you spend the day, some things are universal: Wearing green; dancing; eating and drinking.

In the UK, Birmingham was one of the first cities in the UK to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. The parade held in the city is one of the largest worldwide, just behind Dublin, Ireland and New York City.

Germany hosts a huge St. Patrick’s Day party in Munich, of course, where there is a large Irish community. Drinking is a big part of the day.

Dublin, Ireland is the where the party of all parties takes place! By sunrise, revelers are filling the streets, regardless of the weather. The parade starts at noon, but you’ll be too far back in the crowd to see anything if you don’t stake your spot two or more hours before. Before, during and after, they’ll be dancing in the streets.


Irish Coffee Recipes

Irish coffee at its most basic is made with hot coffee, whiskey, sugar and whipped cream. The drink is simple to make, so you can whip one up in just a few minutes. We included a list of fun ways you can jazz up your Irish coffee too.

Basic Recipeirish-coffee-shamrock

  • 1 cup fresh hot coffee
  • 1 Tablespoon sugar (brown, white, or substitute maple syrup)
  • 3 Tablespoons (1.5oz) Irish whiskey
  • Cream, slightly whipped

Directions:

  1. Using a footed mug, pour the hot coffee to about ¾ full.
  2. Add the sweetener, and stir to dissolve. Blend in the whiskey.
  3. Gently pour the cream over the top of a spoon held above the mug so it falls on top gently. Enjoy!

Variations:

* Add a garnish such as a pinch of cinnamon, nutmeg or shaved chocolate on top.

* Serve it on ice. Use a splash of cream instead of the whipped.

* Substitute Irish Cream liqueur for the whiskey.

* Substitute half-and-half for the cream.

* Add 2 teaspoons Crème de Menthe with the sugar and whiskey.

* Drizzle Crème de Menthe on the cream for a touch of green.

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French Drinking Chocolate. Divine. Decadent. Get Your Sample Today

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Italian Coffee: Love At First Sip

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Italy holds a key role in the history of coffee in Europe. It was in Italy, in fact, that the best-brewed coffee was produced the first-time using steam and pressure. We’re talking about espresso, of course. With the Industrial Revolution well under way, inventors were looking for ways to use steam to brew coffee more quickly. An Italian patent for a new-fangled device in 1884 describes “steam machinery for the economic and instantaneous confection of coffee beverage.” Unfortunately, that device was only used for the Turin General Exposition in the same year, where more than ten thousand exhibitors welcomed three million visitors.

patent-espresso-machineTwenty years later, Luigi Bezzerra, a manufacturer in Milan, invented the first of a series of commercial espresso machines. Early versions heated the water with a flame, making the regulation of heat and steam inconsistent, so the machine had a hard time catching on. Only when a clever designer added the first pressure release valve, along with a steam wand, did the machines start to be produced and used commonly. Introduced at the 1906 Milan Fair, “cafeé espresso“ was a hit, and similar coffee machines were soon popping up all over Italy.

This week, we are putting 3 big Italian roasters in the spotlight:

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We have a range of coffees from these popular Italian brands, including two brands with Nespresso-compatible capsules, all perfect for a truly authentic Italian coffee experience.


This week, we are giving you 15% off your order of Lavazza, Kimbo and Segafredo brands with no minimum order required on EnjoyBetterCoffee.com.*

Please Use Coupon Code: ITLNCOFFEE

*Discount valid from 3/3/19 through 11:59PM ET on 3/5/19 at EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with no minimum order required for the following brands only: Lavazza, Kimbo, and Segafredo. Not valid with other coupons or discounts, special sale or case sale products. Questions? Call us at 800.582.6617 Mon-Fri 9AM-5PM ET.

Segafredo: Crafted Like No Other

Segafredo_Espresso-Cups-CropA flagship product from the Massimo Zanetti coffee empire, Segafredo is consistently high-quality coffee. We have a wide range of Segafredo coffee, including rich and intense Espresso Moka coffee, sophisticated Emozioni, intense and nutty Enzo, and the spicy Espresso Casa, all in ground. Try one or more of Segafredo’s whole beans in one-pound bags of Casa, dark and strong, and medium blend Intermezzo. We also have 2.2lb bags of whole beans in the range, Espresso Mild and Massimo. Segafredo also makes capsules for the Segafredo espresso machine, all of which are strong with a full crema.

NOTE: Segafredo capsules are NOT compatible with Nespresso machines.


 Lavazza: Italy’s Favorite Coffee

Lavazza-espresso-advertWe have a wide range of Lavazza coffee, from those made with 100% Arabica to blends with Arabica and Robusta beans. We have the most popular coffee in Italy, Lavazza Super Crema Espresso Whole Bean Coffee. This coffee is mild and creamy, with a spicy aroma. Also popular is Lavazza Crema e Gusto ground coffee, intense and distinctive, with chocolatey notes, this full-bodied coffee is already priced economically before the discount! Try Lavazza Caffe Espresso ground coffee in a can, intense, velvety, distinctive from the 100% Arabica beans. Try any of our five Lavazza capsules for Nespresso machines: the less-intense Decaf, the delicate Leggero, Avvolgente right in the middle, the fuller and stronger Armonico, and the rich and intense Vigoroso.


Kimbo: True Italian Espresso

kimboKimbo Coffee is espresso from Naples, “bellebbuono” (extra good), as they say. We have several coffees available, from the rich and full Napoletano, to medium roast and perfectly balanced Aroma Gold, both available in ground and whole beans, to full-bodied Antica Tradizione in ground. Try Kimbo Extra Cream Espresso in whole beans, which are sweet, balanced, with a good crema. Try any of our three Kimbo Nespresso capsules, or get a variety package with all 3 types of capsules. Our prices can’t be beat!


Italian Coffee In The News

Four Seasons Hotel Milano Offers Concierge Coffee

Concierge-coffeeA specially trained barista piloting a trolley with many types of coffee and methods of preparing said coffee will wheel it to your room, inquire what you want from your coffee, talk to you about the types of beans, and then grind them and prepare the coffee right then and there. But the real decision is in the preparation method. Choose one of five different ways, including French Press, Turkish style, Chemex or Gina (pour-over makers) or Syphon (using pressure and vacuum). The barista will take note of your preferences for next time.


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