Instructions: For the very best flavor, brew new england coffee using the drip method. Use only cold water, filtered if necessary, And one rounded tablespoon of ground coffee per 6 oz. Of water. The exact amount of coffee will vary to suit personal taste. How to keep your coffee fresh: new england coffee is vacuum packed immediately after roasting And grinding. The natural gases produced by roasting are released by our special one-way valve bag. Once opened, coffee should be consumed within a week for the best taste And freshness. Store in a tightly sealed container in a cool, dry place.
Blueberry Cobbler coffee is a unique treat inspired by a classic country dessert. Our signature coffee is infused with sweet and juicy berry flavor and a hint of spices.
This flavor can be poured over ice to instantly cool those hot and sunny days and to delight your guests. Blueberry Cobbler coffee’s distinctive yet never overpowering flavor makes it an ideal choice for those seeking something new. The essence of blueberries makes this coffee ideal for morning or middle-of-the-day refreshment. The story of New England Coffee begins in the Old World, with a family living in Greece. From there, Menelaos Kaloyanides, with his brother George Kaloyanides, came to the United States in 1910. By 1916, Menelaos was running a successful restaurant in Boston, but he wanted to start his own business. So he, along with his brother George and his cousin Megaklis Papadopoulos, founded the New England Tea & Coffee Company. Located at Milk and Broad Streets in Boston, they delivered coffee to restaurants all over the city. Slowly but surely, the company gained a reputation for consistently good coffee and coffee beans. As its reputation grew, so grew the reach of the company’s deliveries and the size of its accounts. While many things have changed over the decades, the commitment to quality has never wavered.