Coffee can cure a number of workplace maladies, including the "grumpies," the "Mondays," and the “crippling lack of career goalsies.” Perk up with this Groupon.
$24 for 4 lbs. of Camano Island Coffee and Free Enrollment into Coffee Lover’s Club ($52 Value)
Customers are enrolled in The Coffee Lover’s Club whereupon they’ll receive 4 pounds of organic, shade-grown, and fairly traded coffee shipped within 48 hours of roasting and delivered to their doorsteps. Customers can choose their own selection of java from Camano Island’s vast selection of dark, medium, light, and espresso roasts. For every shipment, Camano Island Coffee Roasters donates $1 to Agros International, which aids in land ownership programs for coffee farmers. This Groupon is only valid for the first month’s coffee club delivery, so customers will have to manually cancel their membership or else their membership will be automatically renewed. There is no fee for cancellations.
Membership to the Coffee Lover's Club will automatically renew after 8 weeks, or number of weeks selected upon signup. Customers will receive notification prior to auto renewal and may opt out at any point.
Camano Island Coffee Roasters
Founder Jeff Ericson insists his staff only pours fairly traded Specialty Grade Arabica coffee beans. By roasting only USDA Certified organic beans, all grown in the shade to farmers' personal standards, the coffee guru and his company can promise a consistently less acidic cup of coffee. Roasts range between light to dark and espresso, and include varietals from Sumatra, Honduras, Peru, and Brazil. For anyone uninterested in lattes, mochas, or any drink crafted at the full espresso bar, the shop serves retro sodas, Frozen X-Plosion smoothies, soft-serve ice cream, and deli sandwiches prepared with Del Fox Custom Meats. Fresh bread and produce from Breadfarm and Klesick Family Farm, as well as gourmet chocolate truffles from Pirate's Chocolate, are also available. Guests can sip their drink of choice as their eyes peer out from the coffee shop windows, which showcase the landscape between Puget Sound and Livingston Bay's mountain views, beaches, and small dogs, probably.