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If you want a go-to coffee that’s light, bright, and crisp, look no further than our Worlds Fair 1964. This blend offers an ideal signature cup that will become part of your perfect everyday experience. Using a three-bean blend of our South and Central American coffees, we’ve melded the flavors together to bring out the best taste in each.
Similar to our doughnut blend, this signature coffee is available in one-, two-, or five-pound bags and can be ground to the perfect consistency for French press, drip, espresso, or shipped as whole beans so you can create your favorite grind.
Enjoy the crowd-pleasing profile of our Worlds Fair 1964.
As I get older, the lighter a roast I like. At first dark roasts taste “like strong coffee” but lighter roasts show a lot more different flavors… This blend is nearly perfect, I toss in a bit of the Brooklyn blend medium roast at a 3:1 or 4:1 ratio (of 1964 to Brooklyn) and it’s divine!
Absolutely LOVE this coffee. When I'm in a rush I use the 'Over Ice' feature on our Keurig; the smoothness this coffee delivers is amazing. Being only slightly (big dose of sarcasm there) picky about my coffee, I was looking for a good coffee who's company was involved with a cause I could get behind, and I found it. Couldn't be happier to make my morning cup of happiness.
Worlds Fair 1964
This coffee made me feel like the coffee I drank in High School in the 60s. Pretty mild but good. I enjoyed the reminiscence but like bolder coffees these days.
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