Today's post is just a quick one about a new kind of coffee we recently discovered: Piñon Coffee.
This isn't an affiliate or sponsored post. We actually drink this coffee and, yes, we actually really like it. So much so, that I thought I'd pass along the idea to readers.
It's made from an eyebrow-raising combination of roasted coffee and roasted pine nuts, and it's unlike any other coffee I've ever had. We quickly became addicted to the strikingly rich and nutty flavor.
This coffee originates in the southwestern USA, and one of best-known producers is The New Mexico Coffee Company.
A bonus for bargain-hunters: we recently found 1-pound cans of New Mexico Piñon Coffee at Trader Joe's for a quite reasonable $6.49. Sadly, if you visit The New Mexico Coffee Company's own website, you'll see this coffee priced at a punishing $11.95 for a one-pound can--and $12.50 for decaf! (Srsly, who pays extra for decaf coffee?)
Readers: Have you ever tried Pinon Coffee? If not, what's your favorite type of coffee?
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