Thursday, July 24, 2008

Explorer's Bounty New Line of Premium Organic Coffees

This Christmas is going to be a whole lot jollier for java lovers who make it on to Santa’s “Nice” list. Even St. Nick himself would be hard-pressed to unearth the globe’s most exotic coffees all by himself, but this year he’s getting a little help from his elves at Explorer’s Bounty. The company has searched the world over for the finest premium coffees the earth has to offer. Available in both ground and whole bean varieties, the Explorer’s Bounty line of exotic coffees make the ideal gift for cup of Joe lovers. Retailers can check out the company online at

The National Coffee Association’s National Coffee Drinking Trends market research survey showed that “82 percent of American adults overall drink coffee,” and that those who drink coffee weekly is increasingly on the rise. The survey further revealed that “the average coffee consumption in the United States is 3.1 cups of coffee per day.”

Unfortunately for all those coffee lovers, world coffee prices have risen 23 percent over the past six months. The “Los Angeles Times” explains that the culprit is “a weak U.S. dollar that makes imported coffee more expensive.” The cupboard may be looking a little bit barer these days for cost-conscious Americans who are craving their morning cup of Joe. That’s why premium coffee is likely to top the list of most-wanted gifts this upcoming holiday season.

The folks at Explorer’s Bounty are ready and waiting to put a smile on the faces of coffee lovers Christmas morn. Culled from some of the hardest-to-reach locations, their premium coffees are available in ground and whole bean varieties and are USDA certified organic. Discerning coffee drinkers will savor such choices as Expedition El Dorado from Colombia, Expedition Blue Nile from Ethiopia, Expedition Inca from Peru, Expedition Silk Road and Expedition Adventure from Sumatra, and Expedition Grano de Oro from Costa Rica. All varietals are single-origin which ensures their consistent profile and taste. The company also employs fair trade practices by partnering with non-profit organizations throughout the world in an effort to promote a higher quality of life and sustain the earth’s resources.

Wherever their adventures take them and regardless of whether they favor dark, medium or light blends, coffee lovers will rejoice this holiday season when they unwrap a package of Explorer’s Bounty premium organic coffee. These exotic java’s are sold at local natural food and grocery stores, or they can be purchased online through the Explorer’s Bounty store.
Gift retailers who would like to learn more about the earth-friendly, organic coffee products Explorer’s Bounty offers can do so online at Interested media are encouraged to arrange a personal interview with the Explorer’s Bounty elves by calling (512) 514-6045.

About Explorer’s Bounty
At Explorer’s Bounty, “exploring the planet for nature’s finest bounty” is a commitment the company holds true. Explorer’s Bounty markets and manufactures premium certified organic food products found throughout the world. Committed to local and global community well-being, Explorer’s Bounty has donated to marine wildlife charities in the U.S., has partnered with a Costa Rican plantation gone organic and endeavors daily to build direct trade. For more information on Explorer’s Bounty, visit

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