I love your kitty cup!
I live in New Hampshire and I would be happy to ship you some coffee. That brand is readily available in my area.
That is funny! I long to come to Italy and try the coffee there! And I live in Seattle, the home of Starbucks. We have a coffee shop on every corner, but no flavored coffees.
I would be more than happy to send you some, too - life without one's favorite coffee is NOT good LOL !
Repent say I! Illy is the only coffee that man needs (or a woman). We have an espresso machine and we mostly drink Italian coffee....
I am jealous! - Have you tried the brazilian coffee yet?I am happy to send you some.Nothing beats the sweet, warm aroma of freshly brewed (brazilian) coffee.Gina (UK/BR)
I too loved the vanilla flavor coffee. I have a friend that is planning a trip to Italy. I'll see if I can get her to bring you a few packets, when she goes and let you know if this is feasible. But you may want to check out Quilters Coffee (http://www.quilterscoffee.com/) as they also ship great coffee.SewCalGalwww.sewcalgal.blogspot.com
Hi pal!!! :-)Yes, because I'm an AmericanCoffee-Lover too (and I'm Italian, too... and I live in FVG, too, and I, of course, LOVE patchwork, too!!!.A friend of mine told me recently about a very interesting coffee-shop in Tolmezzo, she says they have flavoured coffee... I'll do some intellingence and let you know more about!bye!
My name is Jason and my family ownes New England Coffee Company. I'm fourth generation and obviously a huge coffee lover too. It was exciting to hear how much you enjoyed our product while you were here. Thank you very much for the kind words and your business.Reading your post got me thinking - how cool would it be to have a New England Coffee quilt! I picture it framed in glass and hung in our main conference room for everyone to enjoy. I've seen your work and think it's amazing. Maybe we could talk?Thanks,Jasonjasonk@necoffeeco.com
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