This Sale On Tchibo Black ‘N White Will Save You Some Green

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*Discount valid through 11:59PM ET on 4/11/18 for 20% off Tchibo Black ‘N White ground coffee (best-by date: 7/06/2018) and instant coffee (best-by date: 6/23/2019) only at Enjoy Better Coffee with no minimum order required. Not valid with other coupons or discounts, special sale or case sale products. Not redeemable for cash.
Questions? Call us at 800.582.6617 Mon-Fri 9AM-5PM ET.

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J.J. Darboven: A Company Dedicated to Gourmet Coffee

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This past week marked the 152nd year anniversary of the start of a small shop in Hamburg, Germany. That shop, owned by Johann Joachim Darboven, sold bread, milk, and a novelty of the time, roasted coffee beans. When he started shipping packaged coffee and sugar cubes to customers using the postal system, the legacy was set.

Within a few years, the company was offering 144 coffee varieties identified by origin and trade name at an international horticulture exhibition, and the company won the silver medal. When J.J. passed away 40 years later, his two sons took over a company that had already grown far beyond Hamburg. During WW I, the company faced a lack of green coffee beans, so they developed a popular drink that could replace coffee. This drink contained grain, chicory, sorghum, sugar beet, and roasted figs. But the brothers did not stop their innovation there.

IDEE-Kaffee-WS-FlyerA decade later, they hired a food chemist to develop a coffee that was easy to digest, yet still tasted the same, and had the same amount of caffeine. Using the already-established brand name ‘Idee’, this new coffee was launched under the name IDEE KAFFEE. The popularity of this coffee forced the company to expand production. Soon, the business expanded into restaurant supply.

JJ-Koff-175pxFaced with the same lack of green beans during WW II, the company improved the flavor of the substitute drink, renaming it Koff. (The slogan was “Until we can enjoy IDEE KAFFEE again, Koff is a good alternative.”) J.J.’s sons were able to navigate the company through the wars, and the company quickly rebounded through the surviving loyal employees and customers. The sons died within 2 years of each other, about a decade before the 100th anniversary of the company. By then, the fourth generation of the family was managing the company. By 1980, Eilles and Movenpick coffees were part of the Darboven family.

Today, the company sources only premium green coffee from the finest coffee growing regions. Quality and stability are their guiding principles.


We enjoy all the coffees J.J. Darboven produces, and we know you will too! This week, get 15% off your order of these great brands: Eilles, IDEE, Movenpick, and Mozart. Better yet, no minimum order required!*

Please Use Coupon Code: DARBOVEN

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*Discount valid from 3/25/18 through 11:59PM ET on 3/27/18 at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com no minimum order required for Eilles, IDEE, Movenpick, & Mozart products only. 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.

J.J. Darboven Brands: A World Of Flavor

2017_eilles-kaffee-logoEilles Kaffee, from Germany, is all about enjoying the good things in life. A distinctive and special blend of beans, Eilles Kaffee uses highland beans, which assures a high-quality coffee. For more than 130 years, Eilles Kaffee has been the preferred brand. In fact, Bavarian King Ludwig II served only Eilles coffee at court during his reign in the later 1800s. We have Eilles Kaffee Gourmet in ground, whole beans and instant, and Eilles Kaffee Arabica in ground. The beautiful blue and gold packaging evokes the royal court; the aroma and flavor are unforgettable.

IDEE-Logo-WPAlso from Germany is IDEE Kaffee, a wonderfully mild classic coffee. The roasting process IDEE uses eliminates any undesirable elements with the beans prior to roasting, reducing bitter flavors that may result from regular roasting. This leaves a mild tasting coffee, with higher caffeine content, which is easier on the stomach. We have IDEE Kaffee in ground and Gold Express Instant coffee. Both are balanced and aromatic coffees.

2017_movenpick-logoMovenpick, from Switzerland, produces coffee that has been roasted gently and carefully follows an original Swiss recipe. Der Himmlische coffee comes in ground and whole bean, taking high-altitude beans from around the world, giving the coffee a wonderful aroma and distinctive taste. We also have Movenpick Espresso whole beans, which has a rich and strong taste and aroma.

2017_mozart-kaffee-logoFinally, a coffee from Austria named after its most famous son, Mozart. Mozart Kaffee is a symphony of flavors, notes and aroma. Well-balanced, delicious and irresistible, this coffee brand produces. We have a Mild ground coffee that is light and Intensive ground and instant, with a powerful aroma and taste.

Try any or all of these, and you won’t be disappointed.


Coffee In The News

Cold Brew + Red Wine = Is This A New Trend?

A California winemaker has announced the release next month of a red wine blend that features cold brew coffee. Coffee wines, as these blends are known, tend to be rich and aromatic drinks, with lots of flavor notes from both the coffee and the wine. This new brew is a limited release. Other coffee wines have been made by soaking green coffee in red wine, or by combining Cabernet or Chardonnay with espresso or cappuccino. We like our wine, and we like our coffee, but we aren’t so sure about enjoying them together. Tell us what you think on our Facebook page!


As always, enjoy better coffee and thanks from the EnjoyBetterCoffee Team!

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Which Tchibo Coffee Will You Choose?

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*Offer available while supplies last at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com on orders of $30 or more, before shipping costs, and must include required order comments. This promotion ends at 11:59PM ET 3/21/18. We are unable to honor requests for promotional items received after this timeframe. Offer not redeemable for cash. All sales are final; returns are not available on promotional items. Questions? Call us at 800.582.6617 Mon-Fri 9AM-5PM ET.

 


As always, enjoy better coffee and thanks from the EnjoyBetterCoffee Team!

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There’s Still Time To Go For The Gold

No Limit BOGO Deal. Wednesday Only.

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Buy one package of Tchibo Gold ground coffee and receive a second 8.8oz package of Tchibo Gold at no charge. Buy 2 packs, get 2 packs free. Buy 3…well, you get the idea!

Just place a Tchibo Gold ground coffee in your cart and the free package will be added to your order automatically. No coupon code needed.*

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Do you know that you can safely keep and use coffee after its best by date? Once opened, store the ground coffee in an airtight container in a cool, dry place.


*Order must be placed by 11:59PM ET Wednesday, February 28th, 2018 at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com for Tchibo Gold ground coffee with a best-by date of 6/23/2018. Not redeemable for cash. All sales are final; no returns please.

As always, enjoy better coffee and thanks from the EnjoyBetterCoffee Team!

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It’s Time For A Coffee Klatch!

Coffee klatch comes from a German phrase that literally translates to coffee and gossip, and in Germany, it marked the time that women were allowed to visit and chat for a while at coffee houses (we are talking about the 1800’s). The Coffee Klatch is alive and well today.

This week, we are highlighting 3 of our most popular German brands: Tchibo, Eduscho, and Davidoff. Tchibo has owned and run Eduscho and Davidoff for many years.

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Let’s start with a little news from Germany’s coffee culture.

Our first bit of news comes from Tchibo, one of our highlighted brands. Tchibo has long been roasting coffee, and in the 20th century, added retail products to the company portfolio. Launched last month, a new service named Tchibo Share allows customers to choose to rent clothing for children and pregnant moms for a month or longer. Returned clothing is professionally cleaned and then is available for rental again. Costs start at two euros ($2.45 USD) monthly. The company states that one goal of the business is to support sustainability.

freiburg-cup-300pxNext up, we head to the city of Freiburg in Germany. The city is responsible for introducing the idea of a reusable cup that can be returned to one of many shops to cut down on disposable waste. Those shops disinfect the plastic cup; the cup itself can be reused up to 400 times. It comes with a disposable lid (just like from a coffee shop), which helps cut down the amount of waste with the cup overall. The cups are available all over town at places where coffee is sold. In fact, the city has an entire web site devoted to the Freiburg Cup and how to get one.

Our last item of news refers to a very recent decision that will allow some German workers to work only 28 hours per week. Though starting in only one region of the country, where almost one million workers are affected, it should eventually impact almost 4 million people. The 28-hr week is intended to be used where there is a need to care for children and/or elderly and sick relatives, and can be chosen for up to two years. Interestingly, the deal includes having willing workers increasing their weekly hours by five and receiving a 4 percent pay raise. This flexible working time system could impact businesses across the country, including BMW, Mercedes, and Porsche.


High-end cars bring us to high-end coffee brands, but thankfully, the prices are much better. Here is our deal this week: Get 15% off your order of Tchibo, Eduscho, and Davidoff, with no minimum required at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com.*

Please use coupon code: 15TCHIBO

*Discount valid from 2/11/18 through 11:59PM ET 2/13/18 at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with no minimum order of Tchibo, Davidoff and Eduscho. Not valid with other coupons or discounts, special sale or case sale products.

PS—Valentine’s Day is Wednesday. If you are still looking for the perfect gift for the ones you love, consider Enjoy Better Coffee gift certificates. They are easy to purchase and easy to send! And, best of all, the lucky recipient will love you for it!


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Robo-Baristas Can’t Make Latte Art

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A cafe in San Francisco, and another unrelated café in Tokyo, both have robots making and delivering coffee to customers. The robot in both places is a one-armed device with a grasping device at the end. (In Tokyo, the machine has cartoon eyes displayed above the arm, but in San Francisco, no misleading occurs.) The customer orders and pays for a drink using a tablet, gets a printed ticket that the robot is able to scan, then make and deliver the drink. In California, the goal is to have more human interaction by the employees with clients while the robot makes the drink. In Tokyo, the goal is efficiency and to serve as many folks as possible.

Are Smart Mugs Necessary?

Smart mugs, that is mugs that can remind you to drink water, measure your liquid intake, and keep your beverage at the right temp for long periods, are a new digital trend. In fact, the second generation of these smart mugs is on the market now, ranging in price from $100 to more than $200. Most are able to travel too, but will need to be plugged in for charging at times. An app on your phone helps you monitor and control the mug. You can already program your coffee maker from your phone app, so it seems only logical that you would want to control your mug too, we guess. We have always been partial to white ceramic cups, or our durable double-walled cups with our logo!


As always, enjoy better coffee and thanks from the EnjoyBetterCoffee Team!

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Jacobs Kaffee In The Spotlight

Think Outside the Trash. Recycle.

In Germany, recycling is taken very seriously. So seriously, in fact, that according to a 2017 year-end report, Germany is top in recycling compared to other countries in the world. German households alone recycle 57 percent of their waste. Perhaps that’s because the government provides funding, accessibility and incentives that encourage recycling. Some would say this is thinking outside the box.

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The top five recycling countries on the list are all within 3 percentage points in the rankings. The report finds Austria in second place, followed by South Korea in third, by only a mere .1 percent difference. Wales, in the United Kingdom, comes in fourth. That country has an ambitious plan to achieve zero waste by 2050. Switzerland rounds out the top 5.

coffee-cups-trash-200pxJust last week, in Europe, the European Union (EU) began debating a strategy for managing plastic waste, with a focus on recycling, renewables & responsible sourcing. One way the EU intends to facilitate this is by making recycling profitable for business. Regardless, single-use coffee cups, such as those at a café, will be banned in the EU by 2030.

It shouldn’t be surprising then to learn that Jacobs Coffee, from Germany, and a staple in German households, takes corporate responsibility seriously too. Jacobs adheres to guidelines for responsible sourcing, including UTZ and Rainforest Alliance-certified suppliers, while also working with farmers to address sustainability issues. As part of their commitment, Jacobs makes continuous business improvements to minimize the impact of the production and delivery on the environment. Within their parent company, JDE, Jacobs holds a market share of more than 25% in their home country.


While Jacobs is popular in Germany and beyond, we want it to become one of your favorites. Try it in your own home, and prepare to be delighted! We are giving 15% off your order of Jacobs products at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with no minimum order required.*

Please use coupon code JACOBS15

*Discount valid from 1/21/18 through 11:59PM ET on 1/23/18 at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with 15% off no minimum order required on Jacobs products. Not valid with other coupons or discounts, special sale or case sale products.

Popular Items from Jacobs Back In Stock

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It’s back! Time to stock up on Jacobs Balance ground coffee before we sell out again. This special blend is half regular and half decaffeinated coffee. The balance is gentle and flavorful, and perfect for drinking anytime.

Also back in stock is Jacobs Kronung Decaf, a smooth medium blend without caffeine. Jacobs uses a specialized process to remove the caffeine with water and CO2. The beans are then dried and processed the same as Jacobs regular caffeinated coffee, and have the same great taste and flavors.

Also back after a long absence is Jacobs Instant Cappuccino. This instant blend is creamy and foamy just as a cappuccino should be. Enjoy this drink anytime.

Best of all, use the discount above for these delicious coffees and for any of our Jacobs products. Don’t miss out on this deal: Order today!


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One Bar of Coffee, Please

In a few cities in the Baltic states of Europe, you can consume your coffee not in a glass, but as a bar (think candy-bar). A start-up company, with the goal of making specialty coffee more accessible, has begun selling edible coffee that tastes like coffee and has caffeine. The makers state that the bars give 4 hours of energy because it is absorbed more slowly in the body; it can go anywhere, and uses the entire coffee cherry. One of the 2 types of bars available is made with beans and the cascara, the fruity part that encases the bean. The flavor is described as dried fruit. The other type, for what it’s worth, is the Milk version. Made the same way as the first bar, but with milk powder added in, the company likens it to a mild cappuccino. We couldn’t help but wonder: Does it melt in your hand?

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Does drinking coffee make you feel happy? If so, you are in good company! Recent research from a global marketing company found three in five German consumers say drinking coffee makes them feel happier.

How about getting through the day without coffee? (Sorry, but we need a minute to imagine what that would be like. Uh, no.) Two in five German coffee consumers say they would struggle to get through the day without coffee.

Consider yourself a coffee enthusiast? Only thirteen percent of Germans would describe themselves that way, but the number goes to almost one-fourth among those in the 35-44 age group.

Finally, when do you drink your coffee? Before 9 A.M.? Then like you, three-fourths of German consumers start early. Just fewer than half drink their daily coffee by lunch and four percent drink coffee after 9 P.M.

German coffee is considered some of the best available. This week, we highlight these favorite German brands with a special discount: Tchibo, Davidoff and Eduscho. Buy any of these brands from EnjoyBetterCoffee.com, and we will give you 15% off orders of $30 or more.*

Please use coupon code: 15TCHIBO

*Discount valid through 11:59 P.M. PDT 8/01/17 at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with orders of $30 or more of Tchibo, Davidoff and Eduscho before shipping and discounts are applied. Not valid with other coupons or discounts, special sale or case sale products.

Read a previous post about the connection between Tchibo and Eduscho here.

Read a new post about a must-try coffee roast from Tchibo here.  And, yes, the discount above works for all our Tchibo coffees.