NJ coffee shop offers new Obama blend

A Kinnelon coffee shop owner is honoring President-elect Barack Obama with a new coffee blend named in his honor. The Obama blend being offered by Bruce Jed at his shop Longfellow?s Coffee was inspired

News 12 Staff

Nov 17, 2008, 1:51 AM

Updated 5,722 days ago

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A Kinnelon coffee shop owner is honoring President-elect Barack Obama with a new coffee blend named in his honor.
The Obama blend being offered by Bruce Jed at his shop Longfellow?s Coffee was inspired by the future president and his diverse background.
"This Obama blend is made up of Kona beans from Hawaii, sulowasi beans from Indonesia and Kenyan beans,? Jed says. ?Each won an election of its own and won the finest beans in their countries."
According to Jed, the coffee is a Vienna roast that has ?bipartisan? support among customers of all political ideologies.
Longfellow?s has two New Jersey locations in Kinnelon and Jefferson.


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