First a little background. I've been a coffee
I don't see this brand in the stores here in the Southwest, but in the Midwest when we lived there it was my favorite This can is quite old and has the Good Housekeeping seal of approval stamped on it.
Oh wait, maybe I bought this before the can!
I don't really use the old style coffee grinder and I'm not even sure the wood part is original, but it has been displayed in my kitchen for many years. The butter mold next to it was from my mother's family and has an acorn carved in the "plunger" part of the mold. I have actually used that to make butter look fancy.
But THESE are what I found at the coffee roaster last week -- burlap coffee bags! This one is from Indonesia.
Even the back is nice! Can you see this as a pillow? I sure can! Here is a closeup of the front of the bag.
This one is slightly different, but from Indonesia as well. Arabica beans seem to be the favorite of the roaster. But this one says Sumatra and it's organic. Who knew!
These two are almost alike, but not quite. They are from Brazil. (Spell check tells me Brasil is spelled Brazil. I think someone forgot to tell the Brazilians!)
Don't you just LOVE the leaves and coffee berries on these?
The backs are different from each other, too.
The details tell us they are hydro carbon free. I don't know what a hydro carbon is, but it must not be good for us!
This one is from Indonesia again.
. Here are a couple of details of it. I absolutely adore the stenciling on this one, it looks so Asian!
You can see these are Arabica beans again.