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Saturday
Sep082012

Jute Sacks of Coffee

Jute Sacks of Coffee

Jute sacks possess a romantic, adventurous spirit, don't you think? I really like how one sack has an intricate logo on the front, while the others nearby have more plain lettering. I like the design of both, and if a 3-year-old asked me which sack was my favorite, I'd have a hard time deciding. He'd would insist that I pick one over and over until I was forced to flip a coin.

Incidentally, even though it seems coffee still arrives in these beautiful, old-fashioned bags, the beans inside are protected by more modern plastic sacks inside. Hurray for coffee that doesn't taste like socks!*

*I'm just guessing at what flavor the jute, not to mention the elements, might impart to coffee.

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