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Ho-Ho-Holiday Coffees

Six seasonal, fresh-roasted offerings to

warm up your winter.


Tis the season for special coffee offerings from roasters around the country. From rich and chocolaty to bold and earthy, this year’s crop of blended and single-origin seasonal sips will get even the grumpiest of Scrooges in the holiday spirit.


Barrington Coffee Roasters Holiday Reserve Sulawesi Toraja

This Indonesian, sun-dried coffee has luxurious and buttery mouthfeel with sweet, toasted nut flavors and a hint of clove spice—perfect for any holiday table.

$13/1 lb.


Batdorf & Bronson Holiday Blend

Roasted walnuts and creamy caramel dominate this medium-bodied blend, which balances its richness with notes of lingering dark chocolate and toasted malt on the finish.

$14/1 lb.


Counter Culture Coffee Holiday Blend 2009 Finca Nueva Armenia Vienna Melange

Dried fruit aromas, a creamy mouthfeel, and a milk chocolate and toffee finish make this single-estate, organic coffee a delight with everything from breakfast breads to chocolaty desserts. And just as good as the coffee is its cause—$1 from every bag of holiday blend purchased goes to a native tree-planting project in Guatemala.

$12/12 oz.


Metropolis Coffee Company Falstaff Winter Blend

Lusciously bold with balanced acidity, earthy dark chocolate flavors and a hint of cinnamon and walnuts on the finish, warm up with this enchanting blend after a day of playing in the snow.

$14/1 lb.


Olympia Coffee Roasting Co. Holiday Blend

A big, roasty-toasty cuppa joe, this festive blend bursts with warming aromas of cinnamon spice, rich, earthy flavors and a smooth, almost malty finish—perfect for fireside sipping with homemade marshmallows and s’mores.

$12/12 oz.


PT’s Coffee Roasting Co. Passport to the Holidays

Sweet and smooth with bright cherry fruit and balanced acidity, this lighter-bodied blend is a great match to brunch foods, like scones with cream, hashes and egg-y frittatas.

$19/12 oz.






Spice up your tea time with holiday tea blends.