Description: A Louisiana favorite, our traditional Dark Roast coffee has a distinctive, smooth flavor and strong, rich aroma. The cup is full bodied and highlighted by a sharp finish.
Unit Size: 23 oz. (652g)
COMMUNITY COFFEE ICED COOLER Ingredients: 4 cups hot double-strength brewed Community Coffee 1 pint flavored coffee creamer 1 quart premium vanilla ice cream whipped cream topping Steps: Combine Community Coffee and flavored coffee creamer, cover and chill. To serve, pour coffee into 2 chilled 20-oz. mugs until half full, add 1 or 2 scoops of ice cream or yogurt, pour more coffee to fill mug. Garnish with whipped cream topping. Substitute: Skim milk for creamer and premium flavored ice cream or yogurt in place of the vanilla ice cream. Use chocolate chip mint ice cream for a mint cooler or chocolate ice cream for a mocha cooler.
COMMUNITY COFFEE'S FROZEN CAJUN PIE Ingredients: 1 chocolate cookie crumb pie crust 1 cup whipping cream 2/3 cup sweetened condensed milk 1/4 cup strong, cold Community Coffee 1/2 teaspoon vanilla 2 chocolate-covered toffee bars (Heath bars work great) Steps: In a mixing bowl, combine cream, milk, coffee and vanilla on low speed. Beat on high for four minutes until thick. Crush candy and reserve some for garnish. Fold the rest into the cream mixture. Pour into chocolate cookie crust, garnish and freeze.
HOW TO BREW THE PERFECT CUP OF COMMUNITY COFFEE Steps: Start with a clean coffee brewer. Periodically clean your coffee brewer; otherwise, an invisible film of oil will form, making each batch taste rancid. Use fresh, cold water. We recommend using bottled or filtered water. Heating water or allowing it to stand makes it taste flat and stale. Never guess amounts. Measure two tablespoons for every six ounces (3/4 cup) of water. To prevent bitterness, always remove the grounds from the brewer as soon as the brewing cycle is completed. Stir or swirl the coffee in a bowl before serving. Coffee is best if served immediately, but will retain its flavor for up to 20 minutes. Proper temperature to brew coffee is 195-200 F, +/- 5 degrees.
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|Size||23 oz. (652g)|
|Serving per container||No|
|Calories from fat||No|
|Saturated fat per unit||No|
|Cholesterol per unit||No|
|Sodium per unit||No|
|Total carbs per unit||No|
|Dietary fiber per unit||No|