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!


Coffee In The News

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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Human + Coffee = Jolt of Happiness | Let EnjoyBetterCoffee Help!

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.  

Dallmayr: Smooth Coffee For Anytime

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The Dallmayr Delicatessen, in Munich Germany, began as a food store in the 1700’s. The shop had a history of innovation while supporting a large number of royal and noble households during the early 1900’s. By this time, the daily delicatessen business was managed by the owner’s widow, employing more than 70 people by 1912. She and her family lived on a large estate that provided many supplies for the store. When the Dallmayr coffee brand launched in 1933, the store had an on-site electric roaster which was a new device for preparing the beans. Another interesting idea at the store was storing the coffee beans in hand-painted porcelain containers (from Nymphenburg, an exclusive porcelain manufacturer well-known in Germany even today).

Fast forward to the present and the shop is still open at the same location (built in 1950), offering over 6000 different products, along with sandwiches and salads. It is still a family business. Coffee and food are still served on Nymphenburg porcelain. And Dallmayr continues to remain a premium brand in Germany.

We love Dallmayr’s smoothness and flavor, and you will too. Get 10% off Dallmayr coffee at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with no minimum order.*

Please use coupon code DLMR10

*Discount valid through 8/18/2015 at EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with no minimum order required. Not valid with Dallmayr case or special sale products.