Ethiopian Iced Espresso
Last Updated: 8/2/2007 11:17 AM
Unlike your typical beverage marketer, Adina isn't using the word "Ethiopian" to help its marketability. Instead, it's used to denote the fact that they use 100 percent fair trade Harrar Beans from Ethiopia. Fortunately, this extra effort has paid off well -- the product tastes great. It has a rich coffee flavor that's among the best in the category -- it's almost perfect in our opinion. As for the packaging, we have two small suggestions. First, make the wrap on top of the closure easier to open. Second, more prominently market the fact that there was some thought -- and a single source -- to the beans used in this product. Quality of the coffee is too often lost in these types of products, so if you have good stuff, why not hang your hat on it?
Container8.5 fl oz (252 ml) glass
Calories 90, Fat Cal. 20, Total Fat 2g, Sat. Fat 1.5g, Cholesterol 10mg, Sodium 115mg, Potassium 160g, Total Carbohydrate 15g, Sugars 15g, Protein 3g, Vitamin A (4% DV), Calcium (15% DV), Iron (4% DV)
Fair Trade Ethiopian Organic Coffee (water and coffee), Organic Reduced Fat Milk (2% Milk Fat), Fair Trade Organic Evaporated Cane Juice, Sodium Citrate, Carrageenan, Fair Trade Organic Vanilla, Natural Flavor
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