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Brazos Breakfast Blend Medium Roast Coffee, 12 oz.

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Description

This deliciously well balanced light-medium roast coffee is expertly blended for its light, fruity acidity, and is full-bodied, featuring notes of sweet pralines and toffee. It has a velvety smooth mouthfeel and milk chocolate finish. This balanced light-medium roast coffee blend is recommended for all brew methods and is particularly good as a French press. Alamo Coffee Company’s breakfast blend is equally delicious black or with cream and/or sweetener.

Tasting notes: fruit medley, sweet toasted nuts, milk chocolate

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ORIGIN: Peru, Brazil, Mexico

Sourced from three different locations, the beans that go into our breakfast blend medium roast coffee offer sophisticated pairings of flavor. Alamo Coffee Company’s beans come from the most elite coffee farms in Brazil, plantations in Mexico, and Regional Select and green-sourced coffee in Peru.

Washington on the Brazos

Founded largely by immigrants from the southern United States, Washington-on-the-Brazos is known as “the birthplace of Texas” because here, on March 1, 1836, Texas delegates met to formally announce Texas’ intention to separate from Mexico and to draft the constitution of the new Republic of Texas.

Washington-on-the-Brazos — not to be confused with Washington, Texas — is an unincorporated community and State Historic Site along the Brazos River in Washington County, Texas, United States. Founded when Texas was still a part of Mexico, the settlement was the site of the Convention of 1836 and the signing of the Texas Declaration of Independence. The name “Washington-on-the-Brazos” was used to distinguish the settlement from “Washington-on-the-Potomac”—i.e., Washington, D.C.

The delegates declared independence on March 2, 1836. They adopted their constitution on March 16.

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Additional Information:

Weight 12 oz.

Texture Ground, Whole Bean

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