Award Winning Coffee
Authenticity is the heart of perfection.
When you love the work you do, and care deeply about the process, it shines through to the finished product. At least, that’s been our experience here at Thanksgiving Coffee Company. Our farmers love and respect the coffee trees they tend, just as we love and respect the farmers by offering a fair value for the their crop. The dedication and authenticity we have for every aspect of the supply chain delivers a delicious cup of coffee directly to you; one that you can feel good about. “Not Just A Cup, But A Just Cup.”
But how do we know that our dedication to the highest standards delivers the best tasting cup of coffee?
We know our coffee tastes great, but it’s really special when we are awarded by a third party. Let’s kick off the new year by celebrating a few of our award winning beans. For the entire month of January, enjoy 20% off your favorite ‘Just Cup’ of these coffees:
One of our best selling coffees and an award-winning roast from our 2017 Roaster of the Year distinction. This blend is always a crowd pleaser that can be enjoyed black or with a splash of cream.
92 POINTS – “Richly and sweetly pungent. Concord grape, roasted cacao nib, cedar, hazelnut, lemon blossom in aroma and cup. Brisk, lightly juicy acidity; delicate, satiny mouthfeel. A solid blend that offers deep fruit notes with sweet nut and aromatic wood complications.” – CoffeeReview.com
Selected as the #13 coffee on Coffee Review’s list of the Top 30 Coffees of 2014. “This may not seem like a win,” says our Co founder Paul Katzeff, “but a closer look at the numbers tells a different story. The top 30 were selected from 3,000 samples tasted over the course of 2014, so we were in the top 1%. It should also be noted that of the top 13 coffees, 12 were from Ethiopia. Our Maracarurra from Nicaragua was therefore, The Coffee Review’s selection for the best non Ethiopian coffee of 2014. Even though that distinction was 5 awarded years ago, Byron has continued to improve upon all his farm’s coffees, and this year’s selection of Maracaturra is even better than the 2014 edition.”
94 POINTS – “One of the country’s pioneering socially and environmentally progressive roasters, Thanksgiving aimed to combine coffee quality with social and environmental responsibility many years before the latter preoccupations became fashionable.” – CoffeeReview.com
An award-winning roast from our 2017 Roaster of the Year distinction, Ethiopian beans are highly regarded for their flavor and consistent quality.
93 POINTS – “Delicate, deeply sweet. Baker’s chocolate, magnolia, peach, black peppercorn, sandalwood in aroma and cup. Gentle, rounded acidity; velvety mouthfeel. The richly drying finish consolidates to baker’s chocolate and peach. An engaging coffee particularly appealing to those who value delicate, cocoa-toned coffees with gentle acidity and engaging spice notes. Reassuring environmental and socio-economic credentials.”
The final winner of our 2017 Roaster of the Year distinction, you can always count on the peaberry for a high quality and even roasting.
Five star rating: “Wonderful Taste!”
“This has been my favorite coffee since I first tasted it last year. It has supplanted Ethiopian Sidamo, my previous favorite. I like it so much I gave some as a gift to a fellow coffee lover — the only time I have thought enough of a coffee to make such a gesture. I anticipate that it will henceforth always be my first choice to enjoy the start my day.”
So ring in the New Year by sharing a cup of delicious, award winning coffee with the special people in you life.