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The Millstone Bean to Cup Journey Giveaway

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Dark, medium or light, flavored, on ice, with cream or straight black. The way people enjoy their coffee is as unique as the coffees themselves. Do you know the coffee bean is a fickle bean, it can only be grown in very select areas of the world and once harvested the art of the science begins. Millstone Coffee wants to share the Bean to Cup Journey , and what better way that a giveaway.

So whether you drink coffee on a daily basis or just for the relaxing break from the rush of daily life you’ll appreciate the work that goes into every cup.

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GIVEAWAY GUIDELINES:

One lucky Hoosier Homemade winner will receive one (1)

Millstone Coffee Bean to Cup Tasting Kit (ARV $250):

  • ·         Millstone K-Cup Portion Packs
  • ·         Millstone Pre-Pack Samples
  • ·         Keurig Elite Brewing System
  • ·         Crate and Barrel Coffee Mugs with Tray
  • ·         Crate and Barrel Embossed Cream and Sugar Containers
  • ·         Luxury Bathrobe
  • ·         $25 gift card to redeem for magazine subscriptions of your choice


Entries only accepted on this page. Facebook and Twitter entries do not count.

Giveaway will remain open until October 18, 2012 at 10 p.m. CST. Winner will be chosen at random, notified by email and will have 48 hours to respond.

REQUIRED ENTRY:

OPTIONAL ENTRIESPlease leave a separate comment for each entry

Disclosure: I received a Millstone Coffee Bean to Cup Tasting Kit for my use and to review.  As always, the opinions are my own.

 

Comments

  1. Jennifer Porter says

    I learned “the higher the bean grows the more acidic it is”.

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    PIck me please! :)
    Jenn

  2. Gail Springsteen says

    A few things jumped out at me: I always thought the coffee bean was brown on the tree (maybe some are), but didn’t know the bean was inside the pod. I didn’t realize roasting times of the same bean made for completely different coffees. AND I think body is the most important thing to me–I didn’t realize there were so many things going into my senses enjoying a cup of coffee!