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Today, While Supplies Last –

Get an 8.9oz package of stroopwafels, a delicious Dutch treat with your order of $30 or more as our gift to you.

Please write   6/7 Stroopie  in your order comments at checkout and we will add the Stroopie stroopwafels to your order.*

Never tried a stroopwafel? Place the cookie on the top of your hot beverage for a minute or two and the cookie becomes soft, chewy and gooey.

*Offer available while supplies last on orders of $30 or more, not including cost of shipping at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com and include required order comments. This promotion ends at 11:59 p.m. PDT on 6/07/2017  (today) so we will not honor requests for the promotional item received after this timeframe. This product has a best-by date of 08/26/2017. Offer not redeemable for cash.

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Our gratitude goes out to all who have served.  We will not forget those that made the ultimate sacrifice.

Through Tuesday, please take 10% off your order of $30 or more on EnjoyBetterCoffee.com.*

Please Use Coupon Code: THANKYOU

*Discount valid through 11:59 p.m. PST 05/30/2017 on EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with $30 minimum order not including cost of shipping. Coupon cannot be used with any other discounts. Not valid on case sale or special sale products. 

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When we talk about German coffee, brands that immediately come to mind are Dallmayr, Jacobs, Tchibo, Eduscho, Davidoff and our newest brands from German coffee producer J.J. Darboven, Eilles Kaffee and IDEE Kaffee.

More than half of these brands are based in Hamburg, the second-largest city in Germany. Hamburg is a major global trading port, located on the Elbe River, in the northern part of Germany. The city is also a popular tourist destination, with major European education and research industries, cultural and artistic venues. And, let’s not forget the Beatles were greatly influenced by, and even performed the early years in, Hamburg’s music scene.

Hamburg has been a coffee capital ever since the first coffee house opened in 1677. By the turn of the 20th century, Hamburg was the largest coffee market in the world. Today, literally tonnes of coffee move through the historic warehouse district. The red brick buildings are situated on the water’s edge, making loading and unloading simple and swift.

Try some of the best German coffee available. Please enjoy 10% off your order of these brands with no minimum purchase required at www.enjoybettercoffee.com.*

Please use coupon code: GERMAN10

*Discount valid through 11:59 p.m. PST 5/23/17 with no minimum order on Dallmayr, Jacobs, Tchibo, Eduscho, Davidoff Cafe, Eilles and IDEE products only at www.enjoybettercoffee.com. Not valid with other coupons or discounts, special sale or case sale products.

 

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Got Coffee?  Get Glass!

Get our EnjoyBetterCoffee insulated double-walled glass FREE with your order of $30 or more.  This offer is available today only, so act fast.

Specify which glass size, 8.5 oz or 11.8 oz in your order comments at check out and we will include one glass with your order. No coupon code needed.*

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*Offer available on valid orders of $30 or more before additional shipping costs when the order is placed by 11:59 p.m. PST Wednesday, May 10th, 2017 with required order comments at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com. Not redeemable for cash. All sales are final; no returns please.

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This week we give you another chapter in our occasional series on Great European Coffee Cities. Enjoy!

When we talk about German coffee, brands that immediately come to mind are Dallmayr, Jacobs, Tchibo, Eduscho, Davidoff and our newest brands from German coffee producer J.J. Darboven, Eilles Kaffee and IDEE Kaffee.

More than half of these brands are based in Hamburg, Germany, a global trading port on the Elbe River, located about 70 miles from the North Sea. Hamburg has been a coffee capital ever since the first coffee house opened in 1677. By the turn of the 20th century, Hamburg was the largest coffee market in the world. Take a canal boat ride through the warehouse district to view the bridges between the buildings, learn about the history of the massive buildings and the multitudes of goods stored within, right on the water. At the city’s port district, the streets are lined with coffee shops where snacks and hot coffee are served with beautiful views over the water as you watch the cargo ships come and go. Also near the town center is a lake with boats afloat and cafes surrounding the water’s edge.

Drive an hour southwest on Autobahn 1 and stop in Bremen, another great coffee city in Germany, and where two of these German brands are based. Bremen is a major port on the Weser River. (The North Sea is less than 40 miles north of the city.) Many companies are based in this thriving metropolis, from automobiles, the largest industry, to food and beverage, second largest, to aerospace and shipping engineering, wind power and communications. The Market Square, with the Town Hall’s impressive Renaissance architecture on one side and famous historical and fictional characters connected to Bremen depicted in statues, draws tourists year-round.

You deserve to enjoy the taste of German coffee, so we are giving you 10% off your order of these brands with no minimum purchase required at www.enjoybettercoffee.com.*

Please use coupon code: GERMAN10

*Discount valid through 3/14/17 at 11:59 p.m. PDT with no minimum order on Dallmayr, Jacobs, Tchibo, Eduscho, Davidoff Cafe, Eilles and IDEE products only at www.enjoybettercoffee.com. Not valid with other coupons or discounts, special sale or case sale products.

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Here are some significant numbers for coffee consumption and sales for the last year, per two big coffee organizations: The National Coffee Association and the International Coffee Organization. Pour yourself a cup of coffee and get reading!
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Percent of people 60 years and older report having drunk coffee in the previous day.  (NOTE: This demographic is the largest in the four age groups studied; lowest are 18-24 year olds, at 48 percent.)

 

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Million bags of coffee were consumed last year worldwide.

 

 
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Million cups of coffee are consumed per day in the U.S.

 

 

 

 

*****65*****    Percent of coffee drinkers prefer to add sugar and/or cream.

 

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Cups of coffee are consumed daily by the average U.S. coffee drinker.

 

 

 

 

*****9*****          Ounces is the average cup size in the U.S.

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Percent of American adults drink specialty coffee beverages daily.

 

 

 

1,800,000,000    Hits are returned when you Google “coffee”. 

 

 

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Percent of Americans report that making coffee is the most important part of the morning, done before anything other morning duties.

 

 

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Coffee shops are spread across the U.S.

 

 

 

 

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Is the average price in dollars for a cup of brewed coffee in the U.S.

 

 

Whoa! Wait a moment!

Paying more than $2 for a brewed coffee in a paper cup seems, well, ludicrous when you can make even better coffee at home for much less. Think about giving us a try for your 3 daily cups. Here’s one last set of numbers: 10 percent off your order of $30 or more at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com.*

Please use coupon code: NUMBERS

*Discount valid through 11:59 p.m. 1/31/2017 EST at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with $30 minimum order (not including cost of shipping. Not valid with other coupons or discounts, special sale or case sale products.

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2016_German cityscape with logoWould you be surprised to know that Germans love their coffee more than water (by a bit) and more than beer (by a lot)? As it happens, Germany is the world’s largest retail coffee market after the USA and Brazil. In just a few years (2010 – 2013), coffee consumption nearly doubled in Germany. A well-known international coffee company hired researchers to find out more. The study involved 1000 coffee drinkers from Berlin, Hamburg and Munich. Here are some of the significant digits that signal a change in coffee habits in the German home:

* 29 percent of all coffee drinkers proudly display their coffee machines at home.

* Almost the same percent of 18-29 year olds say the coffee machine is a status symbol; only 18 percent of those over 50 consider it so.

* 60 percent say they cannot start the day without coffee.

* 50 percent of all drinkers are willing to spend more money for quality coffee. As many as one-third are interested in coffee specialties from other countries and cultures.

* Almost 30 percent say good business requires good coffee.

Some of the best coffee companies began in Germany. This week, we want to recommend these premium German coffees: Jacobs, Dallmayr, Eduscho, Tchibo and Davidoff. (Read more about these brands below.) We’ll sweeten the deal by giving you 10% off these venerated brands when you order $30 or more at http://www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com.*

Please use coupon code GERMAN10

*Discount valid through 11:59 p.m. EST on 01/10/2017 at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with $30 minimum order (not including shipping costs) on Jacobs, Dallmayr, Eduscho, Tchibo, and Davidoff products only. Not valid with other coupons or discounts, special sale or case sale products.

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