Sunday, January 31, 2010

Holy Spirit Inspired!

This page is dedicated to our Lord Jesus Christ,
as His Holy Spirit speaks to my heart and becomes
the author of these poems and thoughts.I believe
all that have a personal relationship with Jesus have
an awesome opportunity to take the time to listen
to God as He speaks to us through His Holy Spirit
that resides in each believer. This is not to say that
He speaks to me audibly, but to my heart and in my
thoughts.  He inspires me to share my heart with you.
I hope you enjoy these writings, but most of all that
all praise and honor be given to my Sovereign God,
the creator of all.
Christ servant warrior, Joe P.


This is a different time for me
As I reflect on bended knee.

The past and all it's memories,
The dreams fulfilled and missed opportunities.

Many times of joy and peace,
And also tears that would not cease.

My bride, my love that stood by me,
At times I brought pure agony.

And yet those moments of happiness,
As we worked through those times of stress.

Those times when we looked up to Thee,
You touched our hearts and set us free.

You blessed us with a girl and boy,
And allowed us to share in so much joy.

And then you blessed and gave us more,
Six Grandchildren to adore.

Then you blessed us once again,
They live right here, is there no end!

You've done so much to keep us whole,
The glory goes to you ten fold.

May we always dwell on the good you've done,
Never forget you Father, who gave up Your Son.

So we could be with You one day,
and with Jesus Your Son for eternity stay.

January 2010

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Flavored Coffee At It's Best!

Our Gourmet Flavored Coffee is 100% Sugar Free!
With over 100 flavors tochoose from, it shouldn't take
long to find your favorite ones!

This flavored coffee is light roasted and flavored,
just right, for the richest aroma and unique flavor in
every cup.

All our coffees are great served hot or try them
chilled over ice!
Also available in 5 lb bags!  "Anytime Is Coffee Time!"

Friday, January 29, 2010

Welcome Decaf Coffee Lovers!

Coffee naturally contains the active supplement
caffeine. The stimulating power of coffee is as well
known as the outstanding taste. A lot of people
appreciate this stimulating power, but there are
some people that do not handle caffeine so well or
do not like the stimulating effect every time of the
day. For them there is decaffeinated coffee on the
market. This decaffeinated coffee lacks the stimulating
power of caffeine.

Normal coffee beans contain between 0.8 percent
and 2.5 percent caffeine depending on origin and
variety. Decaffeinated coffee is not entirely caffeine-free.
In European Community (EC) countries, roasted
decaffeinated coffee may contain a caffeine residue
of 0.1 percent and coffee extract 0.3 percent.

Decaffeination processes

To make coffee caffeine free, the stimulating
supplement needs to be derived from the beans.
Since coffee develops most of its flavour during
roasting, the caffeine is extracted from the raw green
coffee beans. Various methods exist to achieve this,
of which the water-carbon (H2O/C) and dichloromethane
(commonly known as DCM) methods are the most
used. Both of these techniques extract the caffeine
with a caffeine-selective solvent, which therefore
leaves the other substances in the bean. Modern
decaffeinating methods have no effect upon the
flavour and aroma of the coffee. Good decaffeinated
coffee therefore tastes almost the same as coffee
containing caffeine.

Water-carbon method

This process uses water (H2O) as a solvent.
The green beans are rinsed with water for a
long period, during which time the caffeine
dissolves into the water. The water, with its
dissolved caffeine, is then pumped through
an active carbon (C) filter which absorbs the
caffeine. The decaffeinated beans are dried
using warm air and then cooled with cold air.
They are then roasted, ground and packed in t
he usual way. The water is re-used for the
decaffeination process.

Dichloromethane process

This method employs dichloromethane (DCM)
as a solvent and has been developed to suit
the requirements of the out of home industry.
The green beans are moistened with water in
order to make the surface of the bean porous,
and soaked in the solvent for 30 minutes. This
is repeated several times. The beans are removed
from the solvent once the caffeine has dissolved.
They are then steamed for some time in order to
remove any remaining solvent. Afterwards the
beans are dried using warm air, then cooled with
cold air. They are roasted, ground and packed in
the usual way. The dichloromethane is reused
for further decaffeinating.

source: Douwe Egberts

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

What is the Difference Between Earthenware, Stoneware and Porcelain?

If we look around a typical American kitchen what will we find?
Appliances like a stove, a fridge, and a dishwasher, sure...but
what about in the cupboard? You will probably see lots of bowls,
mugs, plates, and cups. Pretty designs and various shapes, but
have you ever stopped to consider what they are made out of?
Plastic in the "more economical" kitchens perhaps, but most are
made out of three main materials: earthenware, stoneware, and
porcelain. We may have heard of these materials before...but
what are they? We will be exploring the differences between
these three materials in this article.

Earthenware is what is known as a "low-fired" clay. This means
that it is fired at a low temperature (usually around'15 degrees
Fahrenheit). Made from a white and porous clay, it is sometimes
called "ceramics" or "ceramic ware".

Stoneware is a "high-fired" clay, and as a result, is much stronger.
It is fired at about 2185 degrees Fahrenheit, and becomes vitreous
(i.e.: having the nature of glass). After firing it becomes sturdy and

Porcelain is made from a number of materials. A pale clay
(such as china white) is the main material. Other ingredients, such as
feldspar, granite, and glass, are then ground and added to the clay.
Once enough water is added to make the mixture workable, it is fired
in a bisque kiln at a moderate temperature. Next comes a glazing and
a "high-temperature" firing. The result is a piece of pottery that is
delicate and translucent.

Telling the Difference
With this bit of a background on what makes them different, how
do we tell them apart? Here's the breakdown:

1) Is it porcelain? The first thing to keep in mind is that porcelain
is translucent, while stoneware and earthenware are not. Hold the
item up to the light. Can you see the light shining through? If so, t
hen it is porcelain.

2) If you have come this far, you know it's either stoneware or
earthenware. What's the next test? How heavy is the item? If it's
 pretty heavy for its size, then it's most likely stoneware.

3) If the piece looks like hand-made pottery, then it is stoneware.
Stoneware, unlike earthenware, will have a texture to it.

4) Does the item you are holding have a chip in it? If so, take a
look at it. Is it very white and "chalky" looking? Can you scrape
off more material with your fingernail? If so, it's probably earthenware.
We say this because earthenware, when fired, has a white, chalky
look. Stoneware, on the other hand, has a darker, textured look.

5) Is any part of the item is unglazed, see if there is textured clay
showing through. If so, it's stoneware.

Did you enjoy this little journey into the world of dinner set materials.
We now know that porcelain, earthenware, and stoneware are the
three main options.

 Bobby A. Spider

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Delonghi Espresso Machines!

The Flavor Savor brewing system is an innovative
system that increases drip coffee infusion time to
improve extraction and result in a rich, full-bodied
brew. You can adjust the strength of your drip coffee
using the Accuflavor knob located on top of the
machine above the carafe. This sleek machine
offers the utmost in quality and performance.

Designed and Engineered In Italy.  
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Patented cappuccino system
Permanent gold-tone filter
24-hour digital programmable timer
Dual removable water tanks
Non-stick warming plate
Drip interrupt
5-10 cup option
Accuflavor selector
Automatically self primes
15 bar stainless steel boiler
Removable spill tray for easy cleaning
1 Year Warranty

Dimensions: 14.57 W x 13.78 D x 14.96 H
DeLonghi BCO264B Features:
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Friday, January 22, 2010

100% Organic Fair Trade Coffee Facts!

What is organic coffee?

Organic coffee is grown using methods and materials that have
a low impact on the environment.
Organic production systems replenish and maintain soil fertility,
reduce the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and fertilizers,
and build biologically diverse agriculture. Third-party
certification organizations verify that organic farmers abide by
the law.

What does it mean to be certified?

In order for coffee to be certified and sold as organic in the
United States, it must be produced in accordance with U.S.
standards for organic production and certified by an agency
accredited by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. U.S. requirements
for coffee production include farming without synthetic pesticides or
other prohibited substances for three years and a sustainable crop
rotation plan to prevent erosion, the depletion of soil nutrients,
and control for pests.

What is the size of the U.S. market?

Organic Trade Association data shows that coffee sales in the
United States amounted to approximately $110 million in 2006,
up 24 percent from the previous year. Other studies show the
figure could be much higher. A 2007 survey by Daniele
Giovannucci and the Costa Rica-based Sustainable Markets
Intelligence Center (CIMS) reported that approximately 65
million pounds of organic coffee were imported into the United States
in 2006 with aretail value of approximately $617 million. The authors
estimate the organic coffee sector represented 2.3 percent of the total
U.S. green coffee imports in 2006. The 33 percent annual average
growth ratefor the organic category documented by there searchers
between 2000 and 2007 dwarfs the estimated 1.5-2percent projected
annual growth rate of the conventional coffee industry.

Where is this coffee grown?

This coffee is grown in 40 countries including Bolivia, Burundi, Brazil,
Cameroon, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic,
Ecuador, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras,
India, Indonesia, Kenya, Lao PDR, Madagascar, Malawi, Mexico,
Nepal,Nicarauga, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Rwanda, Sri Lanka,
Thailand,Timore-Leste, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda, United
Republic ofTanzania, United States (Hawaii), Venezuela, Vietnam,
and Zambia.The leading producer countries are Peru, Ethiopia, and

What is the size of the world market?

Global sales reached 67,000 metric tons (or about 148 million
pounds)in 2006, a 56 percent increase from 2003 when
approximately 42,000MTwere exported. Forty-four percent
of the total was consumed inNorth America, of which approximately
85 percent was consumed inthe United States.

What products are in the marketplace?

These coffee products now on the market include decaffeinated,
caffeinated, flavored and instant coffees, ice cream and yogurt,
coffeesodas, hard candies, and chocolate covered beans.

What do the labels mean?

The USDA organic seal can appear on any coffee product that
containsat least 95 percent organic ingredients and that has been
certified asorganic by a certification agency accredited by the U.S.
Department of Agriculture. The coffee may also carry a label saying
“100 percent organic” or “Organic.”

Fair Trade

Fair Trade certification focuses on labor and trade standards to
provide small-farmer co-operatives a guaranteed price above the
conventional market. Not all Fair Trade Certifiedä coffee is
necessarily organic.However, Fair Trade Certified TM does
require strict environmental stewardship such as prohibiting the use
of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and the most hazardous
Seventy-eight percent of all Fair Trade Certified TM coffee
sold in the United States is certified organic. In the United States,
transactionsmust be audited by TransFair USA to use a Fair Trade
Certified TMlabel.Certified organic producers of Fair Trade coffee
receive at least$1.55/lb(as of June 1, 2008).

Bird Friendly®

Bird Friendly® can only be used by operators that meet inspection
and certification requirements of the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center.
All certified Bird Friendly® coffee must also be certified organic.
Bird Friendly® certification requires that the coffee be shade-grown
witha wide variety of native shade trees and other shade-providing
species. No synthetic chemicals can be used in the processing of
Bird Friendly® coffee.

Article Source: Organic Trade Association

100% Organic Coffee,Fair Trade Coffee,Growing 100% Organic
By choosing Organic Coffee you are choosing the best
ingredients for yourself and your family.  By purchasing this
coffee you support the farmers who decide to grow coffee
using these methods, and help them repay their debt and
sustain economically.

Coffee Lovers USA
"Anytime Is Coffee Time!"

Monday, January 18, 2010

Mara and Padilla Stoneware Collection's!


A very durable material, stoneware will last for 

years while keeping its original beauty.  Each 

piece is fired twice at a high temperature and 

finished by hand.

Minor imperfections are therefore a common 

characteristic of hand-finished stoneware products.  

Strict quality control has been established to ensure 

you the highest quality possible at the best price.


There are many factors that determine variations 

in colors that result from high-fired glazed stoneware

many of which are a challenge to control.  

Therefore, each piece is unique and there are often 

variations in color.Only lead free glazes are used and  

the product is tested to ensure that there are no traces 

of either lead nor cadmium. "Anytime Is Coffee Time!"  

Check us out Coffee Lovers USA! 

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Delonghi Espresso Machines!

Delonghi Espresso Machines and Coffee Makers are elegant
and graceful in style, while providing the utmost in
performance and efficiency.  If you have a flair for style and
want delicious espresso at a great price, DeLonghi espresso
machines and coffee makers are for you.

For over 100 years, DeLonghi, head quartered in Treviso, Italy,
has built a reputation based on their Italian heritage paired
with innovative design and consistently high quality standards.
Its designers continue to be forward thinking in their
philosophy and have created a popular line of coffee and
espresso machine products
Whether you select low end or high end espresso machines
or coffee makers, be assured of the quality and great cup of
coffee that DeLonghi will provide foryou.  How can you go wrong,
a great selection of Espresso, Origins, Organics, Blends, decaf or
regular Arabica beans brewed to perfection with Delonghi from
Coffee Lovers USA
Ok friends, a personal note on Coffee machines!
Does it make a difference how you brew your coffee?
The answer is a big YES! For instance, take a typical automatic
drip coffee machine.  I've found a huge difference in the coffee taste
by simply not using the paper filter when brewing.  I found a
screened basket that fits most drip coffee makers to replace the paper
filter.  (By the way, DeLonghi machines come with a gold tone screened basket.)
You see, most of  the oils and crema stay in the paper filter
and never reach your cup with that wonderful flavor we all enjoy!

Another way to enjoy your favorite espresso, regular or decaf coffee
is the French Press. An inexpensive maker that uses no paper filters
and allows those precious oils to make it to your cup and then to your palette.
"Anytime Is Coffee Time!"

Saturday, January 9, 2010

A Mocha Treat!

Caramel Mocha Almond Popcorn Clusters Recipe; Delicious Mocha Treat.

February 6th, 2008 by Java Queen
Caramel Mocha Almond Popcorn Clusters Recipe
Caramel Mocha Almond Popcorn Clusters Recipe
10 cups freshly popped popcorn
2 cups whole almonds
1 cup firmly packed light brown sugar
1/2 cup butter or margarine
1/4 cup light corn syrup
2 teaspoons vanilla
1 teaspoon almond extract
1/4 cup strong Espresso coffee
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
Preheat oven to 225 degrees. Spray 15 x 10 baking sheet with non-stick spray.
Mix popcorn and almonds in large bowl.
Combine brown sugar, butter , coffee and corn syrup in medium saucepan.
Over low heat, stir mixture until sugar dissolves.
Increase heat to high and boil 5 minutes.
Remove from heat; stir in vanilla, almond extract and baking soda.
Pour over popcorn and almonds, immediately stirring gently to coat.
Pour mixture onto prepared baking sheet, spreading evenly.
Bake for 1 hour in preheated oven. Cool completely.
Break into pieces and store in airtight container.
Yield: 20 pieces

Friday, January 8, 2010

Espresso Guide!

Often times walking into a coffee shop and glancing at the menu can be pretty daunting. All the fancy names are enough to scare someone into sticking with one safe choice for all of eternity. Fear no longer, here is a handy-dandy cheat sheet so that you can stand up to the snobbiest of baristas.

Espresso: A concentrated coffee beverage brewed with finely ground coffee beans. They are poured and served in shots. You typically order espresso in increments: a single shot (solo), a double shot (doppio), a triple shot (trippio), four shots (quad), etc.

Espresso Con Panna: Shots of espresso topped with whipped cream. Order like so, “I’d like a doppio con panna.”

Espresso Machiatto: Espresso shots with a scoop of foamed milk. If you want to get fancy, a wet macchiato includes some steamed milk with your foam, and a no foam macchiato has just a splash of steamed milk. To order this one, “I’d like a solo wet macchiato.”

In the drinks below the number of espresso shots depends on the size of the beverage you order; 

Caffé Americano: Espresso shots with hot water. Fans of regular brewed coffee may especially enjoy these.
Caffé Latte: Espresso shots with steamed milk and a thin layer of foam.
Caffé Mocha: Espresso shots with mocha, steamed milk, and oftentimes whipped cream.
Cappuccino: Espresso shots with steamed milk and a great deal of thick foam. Try getting specific with this drink too! A wet cappuccino has more milk and less foam. A dry cappuccino has less milk and more foam, and a bone-dry (or extra dry) cappuccino has no milk and only foam.

Caramel Machiatto: Steamed milk sweetened with vanilla and a thin layer of foam. Espresso shots are poured on top followed by caramel sauce. This drink is similar to a vanilla caffé latte, the main difference being that the espresso shots sit on top rather than mixing uniformly throughout the drink.

As you try all of these different drinks feel free to specify what type of milk you’d like. Nonfat? Soy? Add additional shots if you’d like your drink stronger or ask for extra or no foam if you prefer. Baristas can also make your drinks decaffeinated or half-caffeinated and in most cases flavor any of these drinks with sugar based or sugar-free sweeteners. Chain coffee joints keep their drink recipes uniform but don’t be shy to ask questions at your local coffee shop. How many shots are in your medium Americano? What sugar-free syrups do you have? Etc.

Try something new this month, and order with confidence!

"Remember the most econommical way to buy your coffee is to 
order it fresh roasted on-line and prepare it yourself." 
"Anytime Is Coffee Time!" 

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Blended Coffee!

Blended coffee,The way you like them!

Blended coffee is the practice of mixing quality
characteristics to create a "well-rounded" cup of blended 
coffee that offers the best of several coffees or to create a 
new taste from complementary coffees. The better quality 
high altitude coffees from each producing country have 
distinctive flavor, body, and aroma characteristics that many 
people prefer to enjoy straight. Blended coffee increases 
variety and allows you to create a personalized cup.

First blend, then roast! As a rule, different coffees are 
combined while still raw, to produce what is referred to in
 the trade as 'blends." A very small number of roasters prefer 
to blend their coffees after roasting.  Four or more different 
varieties are necessary in order to achieve the particular
 flavor required because only by blending can the natural 
fluctuations in quality amongst the different varieties be 
compensated for.

When searching for something different but unique in flavor, 
blended coffee  is a viable option. Putting together the best 
quality of several beans may be just what your taste buds 
are looking for. Some decisions are better left up to the 
experts and I believe this is one of them.

The search for your favorite blended coffee is a process of 

elimination. Blends are a safe way to start your exploration. 
You may find several that will be a regular choice on your 
monthly order."Anytime Is Coffee Time!"

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Espresso Time!

Espresso for me was, well, just a part of everyday life
growing up in anItalian family. They brewed a pot daily.
It was an unforgettable and pleasantaroma. I could always
tell the difference between regular Java and Espresso.
There was a deeper richer aroma throughout the house,
which, informed mytaste buds that who ever took part in
this special brew was in for a real treat.

There was also a big difference in the brewing pot used.
It was much heavier and had a particular European design to it.
Espresso machines todayare much fancier and better equipped
to give you that perfect cup of Espresso.

The old pot we used wasn't bad and the family enjoyed their
Espresso intwo different ways, two teaspoons of sugar or
some Anisette added to a demitasse cup. Either combination,
along with some Biscotti, turns coffee drinkers into Coffee Lovers.

Start your day with an espresso, enjoy one of the simple pleasures
of life.Take time out and smell the coffee!
"Anytime Is Coffee Time!"

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Coffee Tips!

Buying Tip
When purchasing coffee, always ask when it was roasted. Many common misconceptions exist when it comes to judging the freshness and optimum time to experience a roasted coffee at its peak of perfection. Generally coffee is best if used a day or two after roasting, and if kept in an air tight container, flavor should not diminish significantly until after seven to ten days. Old coffee beans may appear very oily, will have little or no aroma, or will take on a somewhat unpleasant aroma.

Grinding Tip
Never grind more coffee than you will use for immediate brewing. Once the beans are ground, the flavorful oils are exposed to the damaging air. As these oils dissipate, so will the flavor of your coffee. Once ground, coffee will begin to lose its flavor almost immediately. Different methods of brewing will require different grind consistencies. Typically, coffee used for drip brewing should be ground to a consistency similar to granulated sugar. The complete drip cycle should occur within four to six minutes. If the drip cycle is completed in less than four minutes, grind your coffee finer. If the cycle takes longer than six minutes, grind your coffee coarser. When using a French press, the coffee will need to be ground extremely coarse. Espresso requires an extremely fine grind...almost powder-like with a slight grittiness. The key to the proper espresso grind is the extraction time. After the proper dose and tamp, one ounce of espresso should be extracted in approximately 25 to 30 seconds. Like drip coffee, if the one ounce extraction occurs in less than 25 seconds, grind your coffee finer. If the extraction occurs in longer than 30 seconds, grind your coffee coarser. Talk to you local coffee professional for additional information

Storage Tip
Never store your coffee in the refrigerator. Coffee will absorb flavors and aromas from other food products in your refrigerator. Freezing coffee can also have a damaging effect, and we do not recommend this practice unless you will not use-up your supply of coffee for a prolonged period of time [two weeks or more]. Coffee should be stored in a clean, dry, airtight container, in a cool, dark place.
Dosage Tip
When making brewed coffee, allow 2 to 2 1/2 level tablespoons for each 6 ounces of water [3 tablespoons for 8 ounces]. For espresso, allow 7 to 8 grams for a single shot, and 14 to 16 grams for a double shot.

French Press Tip
You will want to grind or have your coffee ground to a very coarse consistency for this method. If your grind is too fine, you will over extract your coffee and a bitter flavor may result. It will also be difficult or impossible for you to push the plunger down in your pot if the grind is too fine. Now here is an application for your French press that you probably don't know about. Heat a cup of milk [non-fat works best] in a sauce pan on your stove or in a microwave. It should be heated just until it is too hot to put your finger in it. Don't overheat or you will scald the milk. Next, pour the milk into your clean, empty French press. Insert the plunger, and pump the plunger up and down like a butter churn for several minutes. The milk will expand and increase in volume by three or four times, creating beautiful frothed milk for cappuccinos and lattes.

Espresso at Home Tip
When selecting a machine for home, look for one that will drive the water through the coffee with the aid of a pump vs. a steam driven machine. A good pump machine will usually cost $200 to $1,000, but the investment is worth it if you are serious about enjoying tasty espresso. It is our opinion that a steam driven machine [the typical $49 model] will not produce a palatable product.
"Anytime Is Coffee Time!"

Monday, January 4, 2010

Football Party Time!

"Calling all major football fans!"  This team theme
gourmet snack gift has everything they'll need
for game day.  It comes with a pennant from the
team of your choice and a color coordinated
hand tied bow to get them motivated about their
team.  Then comes a great selection of sweet
and savory snacks sure to please any fanatic.
For those close games or bad referee calls,
we've included a foam, football shaped stress
ball to help relieve those frustrations!

Not sure about their favorite team?  No problem!
 We also have a "Go Team" theme to choose
from.  This selection still comes with everything
listed below but in place of the pennant we use
our "Go Team" themed label and coordinate the
bow to match.
Please Specify Team

Gift Card Message:

Gift Includes:

4 oz.  Pretzels
6 oz.  Chocolate Truffle Cookies
2 oz. Sparrers Sliced Sausage
2 oz. Cheese Bar (Asst'd Flavors)
4 oz. Nacho Flavored Popcorn
1.5 oz. Candy Tin - assorted flavors
7 oz. Beer Nuts Bar Mix
1.25 oz Beer Nuts Peanuts
1.5 oz. Gourmet Cheese Buds (Asst'd
1.75 oz. Beef Jerky
1 - 9" Ole Smokie Stick
1 - Football Shaped Stress Ball
1 -Team Pennant
Coordinated Hand Tied Bow!

Dimensions: 11 x 6 x 16
Shipping Weight: 6lbs

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Save On Shipping!

Let's face it we are all trying to save money these days and there are many ways to do so. For instance, get together with friends that have a passion for coffee like you do and buy several different kinds, then have them shipped to one centrally located address. Another thought would be to buy your fresh brew in 5lb  packages instead of 1lb, they are discounted and will save you hard earned dollars! The only advice would be to make sure the selection you make is one you have tried and like so your taste buds won't be disappointed.

Our Delonghi Espresso Machines have several that offer free shipping, so take advantage of those savings as well.

We hope these suggestions save you money and at the same time you continue to enjoy the quality of our coffee, products and service. Don't forget our Specials Page new selections each month. Thank you in advance for your business. "Anytime Is Coffee Time!"

Friday, January 1, 2010

Coffee Lovers Usa Survey!

2010 is here, a new year and a time to reflect on the past year, the good-the bad and the ugly! It's good to repeat actions that brought good results, reject those actions that were bad and just plainly stay away from anything ugly! 

So on that note please take a few moments to email us at Coffee Lovers USA and let us know what you like about our website/products and what you don't. After all we are here to serve you and without your participation where would we be? Please help us serve you better in 2010 and thank you for a great year and your loyalty. 

"Anytime Is Coffee Time!" HAPPY NEW YEAR, to all family, friends, business associates and customers. May 2010 be the best year ever. "Dwell on all things that are good, search out the Truth, apply it to your lives, develop meaningful relationships and watch God work in your life!"

Joe P. owner C.L.USA