When the December shopping season has arrived and stressed holiday shoppers are stumped for last minute gift ideas, White Coffee is offering an array of gift packs and canisters that coffee lovers are sure to enjoy.
Visit White Coffee at booth #2136.
Four new gift packs have been created to satisfy holiday shoppers and their loved ones:
Joy – A collection of six 1.5 ounce medium roasted ground coffees including Salted Caramel, Toasted Almond, Vanilla Hazelnut, Coconut Cream, Toffee Nut and Egg Nog in a soft brick format with a silver and gold retro decorated gift box.
Christmas – Six medium roasted ground coffees highlighting flavors of the season including Hazelnut, Vanilla, Peppermint Bark, Ginger Bread, Pumpkin Spice and Chocolate Fudge, also in a 1.5-ounce soft brick format with an old fashioned gold and black presentation.
Jim Beam® – A collection of the latest licensed coffee introduction featuring the taste of the No. 1 selling bourbon with flavors including Original, with its subtle caramel and oaky vanilla flavor, Bourbon Vanilla, Spiced Honey, Signature Dark Roast and Cinnamon Stick in a mild, sweet flavorful coffee.
Spirited Coffee Sampler – A collection of six flavored “spirited” coffees licensed by White Coffee, including two varieties each of Jim Beam, Tortuga® and Kahlua®, in a handy gift pack.
Two additional winter gift-giving options include White’s French Roast Coffee in a decorative canister, as well as the Medallion canister – both gourmet coffees and both come in 6-ounce sizes. Other gift options include Everyday, another 6-pack soft brick set of flavored coffees as well as a spring-decorated gift box.
In response to an increasing demand for convenient, flavorful dips and spreads made with real ingredients, La Terra Fina is expanding its already-robust line of dips and spreads to include two new offerings, led by bold flavors like zesty lemon and spicy green chilies.
Crafted in small batches using only clean ingredients, the new gourmet flavors are tasty when served hot or cold, for a quick snack or as the core ingredient for simple recipes. They include:
- Lemon Pepper & Asiago Dip & Spread, a contemporary medley of classic flavors featuring freshly-cracked pepper paired with lemon and rich Asiago; perfect as a pizza topper or as a snack with zing!
- Spicy Green Chile & Cheese Dip & Spread, an indulgent mix of spicy Chile and jalapeño peppers blended with sharp cheddar cheese; inspired by jalapeño poppers, perfect when used as a salad dressing, ingredient in Mexican food or just as a snack.
“We wanted to capture classic flavors in a new way for consumers to enjoy,” said Stephanie Robbins, La Terra Fina Director of Brand Development. “Our passion is making gourmet foods more convenient and accessible using nutrient-rich combinations – something we’re hearing from our consumers that they’re looking for – and these new flavors do just that.”
Available now for a suggested retail price of $4.99 per 10-ounce package, these new dips are made with real, clean ingredients, are certified gluten-free and contain no nuts or trans-fats. As an effort to minimize environmental impact, the packaging is made from 35 percent recycled PET materials.
Brännland Cider won two trophies and were announced class winners in two competition categories, as well as winning gold medals for its remaining entries at the International Cider Challenge.
Brännland Cider Barrique 2014 was announced category winner in the Specialty Cider category. Brännland Iscider x 3, multipack, was announced the winner in the design Innovation category. Brännland Iscider 34 Brix 2014 and 35 Brix 2015 won gold medals in the Specialty Cider category.
“We’re once again pleased to have shown that our ciders hold their own in an international setting. The fact that we managed to win categories that underline both the quality of the cider itself as well as how we approach the presentation of the product is fantastic. We’ve been working with Pernilla Sundgren Graniti at Congenial advertising from the beginning and are very happy to have confirmed by an independent judging panel that our packaging communicates the premium product that we produce,” said Andreas Sundgren Graniti, Brännland Cider.
“Out of this year’s entries the Scandinavian entries stood out a bit more than those from the other countries and they seem to have taken the category a bit more seriously,” said Chairman of the Design Judges Paul Foulkes-Arellano on the Design and Innovation award. “One of these was the clear winner: Brännland Cider’s Iscider from Sweden. What was really interesting was that it had a really stripped back design and it was understated but elegant and it looked a million dollars. It really reflected that Scandi design feel. As an ice cider going up against ice wine the producer wants it to be paired with food, and this really came across in the design. It stood head and shoulders about everything else; a great design and not overloaded with stuff.”
Brännland Cider produces cider using 100 percent Swedish apples for a national and international market. The company’s first vintage, an ice cider produced in the Swedish county of Västerbotten, not far from the arctic circle, using Swedish apples in adherence to the denomination set in the country of origin of ice cider, Canada, was released in 2012.