Drinking a Celebratory Cup of Beanstock Coffee

Sometimes, things don't go as planned. The first few days of our annual August vacation were cold, rainy, and dismal. Instead of opting for cool spritzers, I found myself craving hot coffee. I found great comfort in Beanstock Coffee, a remarkable line of beans brewed by a company that started roasting coffee in 1996 in Wellfleet, Massachusetts.

Three days into our vacation, the sun came out. People swarmed the beaches, runners took to the streets, and there were glorious shouts of joy from the bike paths.

Like many others, we took to the beach to watch the sunset. I brought Beanstock along. It was satisfying on every level!

Here I am at Duck Harbor drinking combo hazelnut/Wellfleet blend, the best of all possible worlds--combined in one cup.

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Marc Onigman said…
That craving for coffee is not necessarily a bad thing. New research shows that it is good for the heart. Check out http://thenutritionnote.blogspot.com/2010/08/daily-coffee-limbers-up-heart-esc.html

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