Add $1 per bag of Organic, Fair Trade or Decaf gourmet coffee
$1 less per bag of Peru Coffee
$3 less per bag of gourmet chocolates, nuts, cookies & candy
by Rachel Rhoadarmer from Greeley, Co on Dec 6, 2012
We love the Cafe Britt coffee! However skip the rock hard cookies. They arent good. I think most biscotti are softer.
by Gebattist from Reston on Dec 3, 2012
I first encountered this coffee in costa rica on a pleasure trip. I had some sent back home where I use a 19 step brewing process including a 4 minute soak of the freshly ground beans in 190 degree water followed by filtering. The dark roast coffee provides exceptional results in this process even when compared to much higher cost coffees. I have been using the Britt dark roast for over 4years now
by Bill Van Dyk from Zeeland Mi on Dec 3, 2012
I have been flying to CR for the last 14 years to bring 7th and 8th grade students to se your beautiful country. I tell them that the Cafe Britt store in San Jose is the shopping mecca of the universe. The kids always bring lots of coffee back. Getting it in the mail is a little easier.
by Tami Britt Tummy Treasures from Vidalia on Dec 2, 2012
I own a bakery and serve Cafe Briit Dark Roast everyday! We also sell the different kinds of coffee in my bakery. I enjoy the smooth, non bitter taste of Cafe Britt coffee. The comment I hear most from our custormers and I fully agree is that the coffee doesnt leave that nasty I just had a cup of coffee taste in your mouth. No other coffee Ive ever tasted can match it!!!!
by Christine Flynn from Wexford, Pa on Nov 20, 2012
I first tasted Britt coffee in Costa Rica 12 years ago. It quickly became my favorite. As a coffee lover, I have been drinking fresh roasted coffees at home for many years. Since I started buying Britt I have not bought coffee from any local roaster. For my taste, Britt is a hands down winner.