Purveyors of the world's finest coffee. Original family blend. Established 1913. 100% estate grown. Official World's Fair coffee. 1833 - 1933. A century of progress - Chicago. For three generations our family has been perfecting the art of selecting, blending and roasting the finest coffee. The always smooth, never bitter flavor of Stewarts Naturally Decaffeinated Blend is the result of a long family tradition - one that has produced the finest quality coffees since 1913. It began when our grandfather, William Stewart, started blending beans from around the world. His coffee quickly became known as the nation's best and was chosen as the official World's Fair coffee in 1933. Today, our family's commitment to creating the world's finest coffee remains unsurpassed. Our Decaffeinated Blend uses only 100% Estate Grown Arabica beans for their premium quality, is decaffeinated in Europe and maintains the highest level of freshness. These standards keep our richness and flavor intact. The only thing missing is the caffeine. Stewart Family Guarantee: A perfect tasting cup of coffee. Try a can of our coffee today and if for any reason you do not agree that you have purchased the finest coffee available we will be happy to refund your purchase. You have our word. - The Stewart Family. Measuring scoon included inside. Visit us at www.stewarts.com.
23 oz (652 g) x 6
Brewing Suggestions: Specialty whole bean coffee ground for your convenience. To unlock the finest flavor from Stewarts Coffee, store in a cool, dry place, keep it sealed and always brew with cold, pure, fresh water. For mild coffee, Stewarts suggests using two Scoons or one tablespoon of ground coffee for every 2 six ounce cups. For a stronger cup, use two Scoons or one tablespoon for 1 six ounce cup. Adjust according to your taste. Enjoy.
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