For the Love of Coffee!

Ah, can’t you just smell that cup of coffee with its fragrant aroma? There is nothing like a good cup of coffee in the morning and thanks to Juan Valdez, Bill can make a perfect cup!

You don’t have to be a coffee aficionado to know who Juan Valdez is.  Most of us are familiar with the fictitious character sporting a moustache, wearing his sombrero and poncho; always pictured with his mule, Lana. 


Juan and Lana have been all over the media for as long as I can remember.  They have been viewed on TV hand-picking coffee cherries, validating the fact that rich Columbian coffee is harvested manually by real people.  Then,  Juan has also even been seen strolling through the grocery aisles, leading Lana along the way.  Juan Valdez has been around for 50 years and is well known wherever he goes; being a bit like Santa Claus, just no one guy.  

Mom had a coffee mill just like this

Coffee jump starts my day and I could not do without a cup or two or three in the morning; hot, strong and black.  Bill is a coffee and cream sort of guy and he makes a great cup of coffee! He swears by Folgers 100% Columbian Coffee, you know it well, “the best part of wakin’ up!”
I don’t know what Juan Valdez will be doing next but, on this cold snowy (yet again!) morning, Bill will be brewing another pot of his perfect coffee!

Have a wonderful day!

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