Hey there, coffee enthusiasts! It’s time for our weekly roundup, and we have some exciting releases to share with you. So grab a cup of your favorite brew and join us as we dive into the latest offerings from Java Momma. Plus, we have a special Father’s Day message just for you!

First up, let’s talk about the Flower Mug & Sunflower Coffee Duo. This Twosday treat is perfect for those who appreciate a touch of whimsy in their morning routine. Each set includes a limited edition Daisy Coffee mug handmade by our favorite Pennsylvania Pottery Artist, Maddy Made Pottery. These mugs are truly one-of-a-kind, with variations in sizes and shapes that add to their charm. Paired with our Sunflower Coffee, this duo is sure to bring a smile to your face. And here’s the best part: for every duo sold, we will donate $2 to Unicef. It’s a small way to make a big impact!

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Next, let’s journey to the Outland Duo. Prepare to embark on a tale of time-crossed coffees, blended together by the art of brewing. Our Outland Duo features two distinct flavors: Scotsman and Sassenach. Scotsman is a dark roast with a smoky aroma and a rich flavor that will transport you to the misty highlands of Scotland. On the other hand, Sassenach is a medium roast infused with the sweet notes of butterscotch and toffee. Together, these two coffees create a harmonious blend that will leave you craving for more.


Now, let’s take a moment to appreciate the deliciousness of Clark Brothers Orchards’ Honeycrisp Eco Apple™ Certified Apples. These apples are the epitome of juiciness and crunch, with a sweet and slightly tart flavor that will have your taste buds dancing with joy. We’ve freeze-dried these crispy delights to create apple chips that are perfect for snacking or adding a delightful crunch to your favorite dishes. Plus, they are eco-friendly, with recyclable packaging and sustainably sourced ingredients. It’s nature’s perfect outdoor activity snack, loved by kids and pets alike!

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For all the adventure seekers out there, our Brew Box #9 is tailor-made for you. This mobile brewing kit includes the Hydraflow Everyday Capsule 54-ounce insulated thermos, Stand Tall Cold Brew Coffee, Mystery Cold Brew Tea, and a handy brew card. The Hydraflow thermos is a triple wall vacuum insulated bottle with copper lining, keeping your beverages cold for up to 24 hours. It’s BPA-free, dishwasher safe, and designed to withstand any adventure. Whether you’re hiking with friends or camping with your family, this Brew Box is your perfect companion.

And speaking of relaxation, let’s not forget our ‘Calm the Flock Down’ tea. This soothing blend features fragrant Egyptian Chamomile, known for its calming properties. It’s the perfect tea to help you unplug, unwind, and find your calm. For a touch of sweetness, try adding a little honey to your pot. And don’t worry, this tea is completely caffeine-free, allowing you to enjoy a peaceful moment whenever you need it. Steep it at 212°F for 5-10 minutes, and let tranquility fill your cup.

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This week’s coffee brewing tip: Experiment with Water Temperature

While we often hear about the importance of using the right coffee-to-water ratio and grind size, the water temperature can significantly impact the flavor of your brew. Different coffee beans and roasts may require slight adjustments in water temperature to bring out their best qualities.

As a general guideline, the optimal water temperature for brewing coffee falls between 195°F and 205°F (90°C to 96°C). However, if you find your coffee tasting overly bitter or lacking in flavor, you can try adjusting the water temperature slightly.

For darker roasts, which tend to be more robust and full-bodied, you can try using slightly cooler water, around 195°F (90°C). This lower temperature can help reduce the risk of over-extraction, resulting in a smoother cup.

On the other hand, if you’re brewing lighter roasts or beans with more delicate flavor profiles, you might want to increase the water temperature slightly, around 200°F to 205°F (93°C to 96°C). This can help extract the nuanced flavors and aromas from the beans.

Remember, these temperature adjustments are not set in stone, and personal preference plays a role. So don’t be afraid to experiment and find the sweet spot that suits your taste buds best. Enjoy the journey of discovering the perfect brew!

That’s it for this week’s brewing tip. Stay tuned for more exciting releases and helpful coffee tips in our next weekly roundup. Until then, happy brewing and enjoy your cup of coffee!

Now, we can’t wrap up this blog post without acknowledging the importance of Father’s Day. To all the amazing dads out there, we want to wish you a Happy Father’s Day! Thank you for your love, guidance, and endless support. You make a difference in our lives every single day, and we appreciate you more than words can express.