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"I tried Cane Creek Candles and they are fabulous! They burned and burned and burned - actually they haven't even run out yet. My favorite was the Fresh Linen, it gave my house a clean, fresh smell without the usual heavy fragrance that comes with toxic ingredients. I will definitely be getting more these!"
“I love these candles! Before you even light one the delicious smell floats through the room. I got the Creamy Coconut Pie scent and love it. My husband, who normally does not like scented candles, loves this one. It actually smells like a coconut cream pie! I like that these are made with natural ingredients so I don't have to worry about my baby getting into it. Because they last so long, these are a great buy and make power outages less annoying. Economical, clean, smells great... What's not to love?!?”
“Being the coffee snob that I am, I was skeptical at best when I first tried the dark roast of Cane Creek Coffee. One sip and I was converted! It is bold and smooth, and has robust flavor without the acidic bite that most dark roast coffees have. This is my every day #1 coffee now.”
“When I was a teenager Starbucks was beginning its boom, and I enjoyed the dessert like drinks, but never ever liked cups of regular coffee. Every now and then I would try sips of my husband's occasional cup of coffee, but again never enjoyed it.”
After many dinner parties with Nathan and Zephyr I finally surrendered to peer pressure and had a cup of her coffee. I added quite a bit of cream and sugar, and actually enjoyed coffee - for the first time ever! I still don't drink coffee everyday, but when I do I actually find it enjoyable. My favorite is the Hazelnut Cinnamon blend. It's like a dessert in a cup - so yummy. But I also really really like the dark roast. I bought a coffee bean grinder and am enjoying it fresh whenever we like - so glad I found her coffee!”
“When I first moved to Cane Creek from California, I brought with me several pounds of my favorite coffee - sure that I could not find the same quality as the upscale store I frequented in California. As my supply dwindled I remained sure that I could not find decent coffee in Tennessee.
Then I got to know Zephyr. One night at dinner she offered me coffee and I was not all that excited about trying it - thinking ‘What could they possibly know about coffee here?’
Well, I politely tried her coffee, and much to my amazement it was fabulous. So, then I got the full story about how she discovered this truly special coffee on a trip to Honduras. The exotic story matched the taste and I realized that I had a lot to learn about coffee! Now that we are moving back to the Central Coast of California I will actually forsake my old fancy schmancy (and expensive) coffee and order directly from Cane Creek Coffee through the Internet.
Who would have thought this California lady would have her coffee source in rural Middle Tennessee!? Not me, but I am sure thankful to have found it.”
Dorothy Jones of Boston was the first American coffee trader. It was in 1670 that she was granted a license to sell coffee.
We say coffee beans although they are really berries.
Espresso has 1/3 of the caffeine of a regular cup of coffee.
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