Monday, June 06, 2005

regional coffee culture, part xxxxiii

" 'our business is down about 10 percent in july and august compared with the winter, but back in the 1960s it was down as much as 40 percent,' said donald schoenholt, president of gillies coffee co., roasters in brooklyn, new york. 'after air conditioning spread from movie theaters to office buildings and then to homes, people for the first time could sit cool at home and drink a hot cup of coffee.' "

great press mention, don! and by the way, did you know your coffee's fantastic?

i'm also extremely happy to report that the beautiful stumptown "ravishing indigo" harrar i ordered arrived today! yowsa!

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