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“The Up North Premium Blend makes a fantastic espresso. Beautiful crema, rich and smooth. I’ve got a French Roast on order. I’ll let you know what I think about it."
“I tried the Voyageur Vanilla this morning in my Hario V-60–I could get addicted to this stuff! Great vanilla taste without being cloying! …. On weekdays I use a Melitta to make enough for my thermos. I’ll let you know when I open the rest! Cheers!"
Wally, Aurora Illinois
There is nothing better than a cup of Nicolet Coffee and the Green Bay
Packers. Thanks again, Nicolet.
I hope your Memorial Day was drier than ours. It was nice to stay warm however with a nice hot cup of S’Mores Caramel this weekend.
JARED, Camping in Florence WI
What a beautiful morning in the Northwoods! I got up early this
morning and took the kayak out onto the lake with a big mug of Smores
Carmel coffee….YUM, definitely my favorite. Floating on the lake,
sipping coffee, listening to the sounds of nature…no better way to
start the day.
Today’s cup of perfection thanks to Northwoods Sunrise.
Jim H. Merrill, WI
I am pleased with my purchases from NicoletCoffee.com. So far I have bought the S’Mores Carmel, Sunset Decaf and Northwood’s Sunrise.
They are all to my liking but I have to say the S’Mores Carmel is my FAV!! I love the name Nicolet Coffee as it reminds me of time spent at our cabin. When my kids were growing up we had a cabin on the shore of Lake Brule in Iron River, Michigan close to the Wisconsin border.
We spent a lot of weekends and vacations at the cabin.
One of my favorite parts of our time spent there was waking up early before the rest of the family. I would brew a fresh pot of coffee and sneak out to the dock to drink my first cup while listening to the sounds of the Northwood’s waking up. The smell and taste of the fresh brewed coffee, the sound of water lapping against the dock and the call of the Loons were the perfect start to my day. In the fall when we would visit the cabin, one of our favorite things as a family was sitting around the campfire at the end of the day.
Everyone would be sleepy from a day of activity and fresh air. We would be wrapped in blankets or flannel shirts enjoying the crisp fall
air and a cup of fresh brewed coffee. Even the young kids would have a cup…mostly consisting of cream and sugar back then but it is a ritual that we continued and cherished through the years