Di Bella Coffee launches 2018 Reserve Limited Edition
Di Bella Coffee has launched its 2018 Reserve Limited Edition coffee blend.
Di Bella’s limited-edition annual reserve is a standing tradition for the Retail Food Group coffee brand, but 2018’s release is slightly different with sustainability a focus.
“This year, we set ourselves an additional challenge,” Di Bella General Manager, Michael Drummond said.
“We wanted to ensure that the coffee selected for our 2018 Reserve Limited Edition not only tastes amazing, but also reflects the positive change we believe the coffee industry is undergoing.”
This goal led Di Bella to a blend that mixes beans from Brazil and Rwanda, both selected from farms that have long-term sustainable practices.
“The coffee they produce stands out for its purity, the exceptional natural background in which the beans are grown, and the incredible people who grow and pick them,” Drummond said.
Di Bella Coffee’s 2018 Reserve Limited Edition is available now for pre-order from the Di Bella website. The first shipments of the blend is expected to occur in early February 2018.
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