I can't tell you how many times I have tried to make myself like coffee. I've heard all the health reasons - it's good for your heart, it battles Parkinson's and diabetes and cancer, blah blah blah. I find the smell of coffee intoxicating, and I can even happily chow down on chocolate-covered coffee beans, but hand me a cup of that murky brown brew and my stomach recoils in protest. It just ain't happening. (Which really disappoints my coffee-swilling husband.)
But even I can appreciate the charm of Book Brew Coffee, a company that produces lit-themed roasts. There are currently seven varieties available, and one new blend coming soon. Fan of dark roasts? For you, they've got Reader's Choice, Editor's Select, Best Seller's Blend and Breakfast Preface. Need something lighter? Writer's Roast is their medium roast. They've also got Dictionary Decaf and Espresso Libro, as well as a host of organic options for all the varieties. Now, I'm sure this is where I'm supposed to say something like, "yummy!" but, well, you know.
They also sell coffee-making and coffee-drinking paraphernalia, as well as a range of teas and some delectable-looking baked goods (now I can say yummy.)
So if this is your bag, go check it out!