O.K. Confession time.
We've had a bit of a problem with our coffee bags.
Because we are buying high grade beans, they tend to be a little larger than run-of-the mill beans, with the result that, especially in the darker roasts, our bags became too full and were splitting their seams on some occasions.
(If this has happened to you, let us know, and we will replace the coffee)
We now have sourced some stronger bags, and have decided to fill them to 400g as opposed to the 454g (1lb) previously.
The colour is slightly different (but we like it) and we have reduced the price to $13.50 per 400g. Our 227g (1/2lb) bags are unchanged at $8.00.
In other news, we are now roasting our Sol Y Cafe beans from Peru as our regular coffee - available in all roasts. We just have a few roasts left of our very popular Kinyaga Kivu Coffee from Rwanda - we are checking to see if we can get more!
The outdoor market in N. Battleford is over, but we are moving indoors to the Co-op Mall starting the 4th Oct - Wendy and I look forward to seeing friends and customers on Saturday.
We have booked into a number of Craft and Trade Sales the next few months which will prevent us from being at the Co-op every weekend.
The following sales and shows are confirmed:
Oct 17 - 18 Chapel Gallery N. Battleford.
Oct 25 Edam Fall Fair
Nov 1 Medstead Library Bazaar
Nov 8 Glaslyn Elks Craft and Trade Show
Nov 22 Spiritwood Lioness Craft Sale
Dec 1 Battleford's Lions Craft Show