Just when you thought things couldn’t get any better, someone went ahead and combined wine and coffee. I will never get anything done ever again.
While there is no alcohol content in this coffee by the time you drink it, I maintain that the combination is still valuable. Just like the mullet is “business up front and party in the back,” the wine-coffee-combo offers a similar business and party opportunity.
Coffee infused with Napa Valley wine – the Molinari Private Reserve. They say: “This full-bodied coffee relaxes in a beautiful wine, absorbing the wine’s nose and history, then the coffee is carefully dried and hand-roasted in small batches.”
Of course they are sold out of the coffee at this time. When there is more available, I’ll try it for sure and start talking to people in the Okanagan about doing this with some of our wines.
WINE-INFUSED COFFEE? A Napa Valley cafe has introduced the beverage which is now completely SOLD OUT. pic.twitter.com/9PtH3zmLO9
— ABC World News Now (@abcWNN) March 6, 2017
one of those days where i don’t know if i should drink coffee, wine, or both
— rhianon fowler ✺ (@rhianon_22) March 7, 2017
Your new afternoon obsession is here: Wine-infused coffee (developed by a brand in Napa Valley) Another bonus? Antioxidants!
— NonPoliticalNews (@DailyNPN) March 6, 2017