December 17, 2015

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Peet's Holiday Beverages + Gift Ideas #ThinkChristmas #ad

This Holiday season, Peet’s is offering a few limited edition Holiday beverages and some great host/hostess gifts beyond the standard bottle of wine.

Limited Edition Holiday Beverages:

  • Salted Caramel Macchiato – sweet and savory, made with espresso
  • Spiced Hot Tea Cider – spiced cider, infused with organic black tea
  • Peppermint Mocha – Dutch cocoa and aromatic peppermint
  • Cinnamon Hazelnut Latte –roasted hazelnut & cinnamon, made with espresso
Holiday Host/Hostess Gifts:
  • Exclusive Single-Origin Coffees in Festive Gold Tins: Peet’s exclusive line of exotic and rare premium coffees – CoopeDota Micro, Kona Peaberry and Jamaica Blue Mountain – are hand-scooped into beautiful golden keepsake tins. Available now at Peet’s cafes.
  • Peet’s Holiday Blend –A yearly tradition, this year’s special blend is a spicy, rich and satisfying blend, slightly bittersweet balanced by notes of ripe fruit to create a smooth and full bodied- finish; perfectly suited for the season. Available now at Peet’s cafes, local grocery stores and on
The 2015 Holiday Blend is smooth, bittersweet and has a hint of chocolate.  It is crafted with coffees from Papua New Guinea, Sumatra, Guatemala Antigua and finishing on a smooth note,  they added lots from Kenya, tapped for their floral, juicy, dark berry sweetness and silky texture.  This is a coffee like no other and only around for a limited time.   You can purchase it until 12/29, so don't delay!   This would be great paired with a good book and a blanket.   The perfect holiday gift, time to yourself with the things you love!

Alfred Peet wasn't trying to start a revolution when he set up shop in Berkley's Gourmet Ghetto back in 1966.  He just thought Americans deserved a real cup of coffee.  Five decades later, Peets still honor his methods:  sourcing directly from the world's finest estates, roasting by hand small batches, and making sure every cup is brewed as fresh and full-flavored as possible.

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