The coffee culture can be defined in three distinct phases. The first phase began when Maxwell House and Folgers introduced their coffee products. It was the time of the old fashion coffee pots and was served after dinner or put in a thermos to be taken to work. The second phase started when coffee houses began springing up in New York City and the West Coast. Starbucks came on the scene towards the end of this phase. The last phase is more about the appreciation of coffee as a whole. This is where Organo Gold enters the game.
This last phase is about distributors and locally owned coffee shops. It is also about education and simply enjoying a good cup of coffee. People really care where their beans come from and want fair practices and sustainability. Organo Gold comes to the table not as a competitor to a small coffee shop, but as a complement to them. Their instant coffees allow coffee drinkers to buy products wholesale to stock the pantry at home, but also as a way of earning an income.
Organo Gold has not stopped at coffee, tea, and hot chocolate. Their products are known for their health benefits thanks to the use of a mushroom used in ancient Chinese medicine. They have expanded into health supplements and body products. Organo Gold is making their mark on the coffee culture because their products allow people to walk into their own kitchen and brew a great tasting coffee.
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It’s time to warm up this season! Sip into something a little more comfortable with a cup of ORGANO Flower Tea. Ingredients: 1 sachet ORGANO™ Red Tea 1 lavender stem with flowers ¼ cup rose buttons ½ cup water ½ cup milk Bring water to boil in a saucepan and lower the heat. Add the milk. Add your Red Tea sachet and the flowers. Let sit for a minute and remove from fire. Let your mixture sit for another three minutes and pour the mix in a cup, passing the liquid through a strainer to get rid of the flowers. Get cozy and #TasteTheGold!