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How to make a Flaming Irish Coffee and Mexican Coffee

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Visiting Puerta Vallarta we were treated with a table side presentation of flaming Irish Coffee and Mexican Coffee by our waiter. Here are the recipes:

Mexican Coffee

  • Shot of Tequila
  • Shot of Kahlúa
  • Scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream


Irish Coffee

  • Shot of Baileys Irish Cream
  • Scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream

Garnish the rim of the glass with sugar like a Margarita drink. To get the authentic taste use authentic Mexican Coffee.  Any Estate Coffee will do for the Irish Coffee.

Single Serve Coffees now at Volcanica Coffee

We are pleased to announce that we have launched a selection of Single Serve Coffees at Volcanica Coffee. Our premium estate selection is the 100% Jamaica Blue Mountain Single Cup Coffee which is from the Clifton Mount Estate and is Rainforest Certified. Our Single Serve Coffees are roasted and packaged in our roasting facility which makes [...]

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Colombia: Home of the perfect cup of coffee?

The BBC has a very interesting article today about the writers coffee experience in various places around the world. He mentions several coffees that we carry including Kopi Luwak Coffee and Colombian Coffee of which he states is the best. Here is an excerpt from the article. It is a bewitching thing, coffee. For years I [...]

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Latte overtakes cappuccino in the UK. Over 935m cups sold

Latte’s popularity is now greater than cappuccino in the UK.London – The latte has overtaken the cappuccino as Britain’s favourite coffee – with 227,000 cups downed every hour. Britons now consume 935 million lattes every year, enough to fill 561 Olympic-sized swimming pools. The firm Costa Coffee has seen its latte sales rise 10 per cent this [...]

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Coffee Shipments to PO Box and Military Addresses

We are one of the few coffee companies that ship fresh roasted coffee across to U.S. PO Box addresses. This also allows us to afford-ably ship coffee to our military men and contractors serving around the world. Free shipping is also available for orders of 4 or more bags of coffee.We regularly ship to customer [...]

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Coffee beans workers have a hard job

To produce one pound of roasted coffee beans about 2,000 hand-picked coffee cherries are needed. There are two beans per cherry. A coffee picker harvests about 150 pounds of coffee cherries or about 30 pounds of roasted beans per day.

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Fingerprinting fake coffee

With prices of gourmet coffee approaching sticker-shock levels, scientists in Illinois are reporting development of a method to “fingerprint” coffee to detect when corn has been mixed in to short-change customers. Such adulteration of Brazilian coffee is among the most serious problems affecting coffee quality – with cereal grains, coffee twigs, and brown sugar sometimes [...]

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Ethiopia coffee exporters must sell stocks

Ethiopian coffee exporters, accused of hoarding in Africa’s biggest producer, must accept lower global prices and sell stocks, the head of Ethiopia’s new commodity exchange said on Friday.Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi issued a stern warning to exporters during a private meeting with industry players last week, threatening to “cut off their hands” if they [...]

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Is it really pure Kona coffee or a blend?

The Kona Coffee Council is looking at changing the designation of what legally can be called Kona Coffee. Today it only has to have 10% of actual Kona Coffee beans and a blend of the rest. Volcanica’s coffee is 100% pure peaberry Kona Coffee purchased direct from the farm on the big island. Here is [...]

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Coffee Shipments to Canada

We made some corrections to our coffee shipping rates to Canada. Thanks to feedback from a loyal customer in Quebec we discovered that our shipping rules were not correct and too high for our great group of customers to the North. Now ordering four pounds or bags of coffee will only cost $35 to anywhere [...]

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