Monday, December 17, 2007


Well, the chill has finally hit NC for good I think. I mean.. really... who has ever heard of temps in the 80s in December for goodness sake! I am just sitting here enjoying my nice hot cup of coffee. Wondering about my coffee partners around the world. I hope everyone is staying warm and getting ready to enjoy this holiday season! HAPPY HOLIDAYS! Stay safe!

Tuesday, December 4, 2007

What Do People Actually Look For

I sit here at the keyboard. I ponder.... what do people look for on other peoples blogs. I initially thought it was to gather information. I don't know. I really don't find a whole lot of quality information on the blogs I stumble into. There have been people who visited my blog and actually went to my store and actually purchased something. So maybe I helped someone - who knows - Do you have an opinion? If you read this, leave me a comment. I would love some feedback. I would like to contribute something worthwhile. Thanks for reading.

Social Networking

I have tried the social networking game. It is all about the individual. The only sales I have generated are mostly the "shopping groups" who HAVE to buy something from somebody. The funny thing is that most people use my product daily. I work with a premium supplier. When you try my version of this product, you won't want the standard everyday version. I have several repeat customers. That speaks volumes about my quality product. But I will keep on networking.

I am all about coffee!

WOW! I have been trying to sign up with a site called payperpost. They want bloggers who actually say something. I want to find a way to support my self on the computer. I can write about other peoples products. Give my opinions. Lots of stuff. I just find it hard to write about me. I love coffee. So I started my own company. I am not getting rich yet. But it pays for itself. I enjoy it so that is all that counts. I have tried getting some other products/companies going with it. But so far no go. I tried the survey game. But they want you to fill out all of these "offers". Most of these offers involve MY money in some way so.... Oh well... Payperpost--I am trying!

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Holiday Entertaining

With the holidays just around the corner, don't serve ordinary, plain, stale supermarket coffee. Try The Original Coffee Company's Flavored Coffee. Exotic flavors to delight your holiday guests. Also makes a great holiday gift for the coffee lovers on your list. Try one of our Sampler Packages Today!

FREE COFFEE---with every sampler package or 3 lbs of gourmet coffee you purchase, receive 1/2 lb of any flavored coffee FREE. Just email with Blogger Offer in the subject and tell me what flavor you would like for your FREE COFFEE!
Happy Holidays from The Original Coffee Company!

Monday, October 22, 2007

New Product Line Added

STAINLESS STEEL STOVE-TOP ESPESSO POT "CARMEN" Made of 18/10 high polished stainless steel. Suitable for all types of stove tops including induction.
Classic Neopolitan Espresso Make r

Classic Neapolitan Espresso Pots: “Flip Drip” pot. Heavy “Diamond” pattern is strongest available. Made in Italy. 4 sizes to choose from.

Aluminum Stove Top Espresso Makers Economically priced aluminum pots with bakelite handles are guaranteed to be smooth and clean. Made in Italy. Each piece in an attractive colored gift box. 5 sizes to choose from. A selection of replacement parts are also available

Heavy Weight Aluminum Stovetop Espresso Maker Made of high quality aluminum and polished high gloss. Heavy-weight construction. Gift boxed. Made in Italy. A selection of replacement parts are also available
La Pavoni Stovetop Espresso Maker

Stainless Steel "La Pavoni" Stovetop Espresso Maker Classic retro design. Made of 18/10 highly polished stainless steel in and out. Made in Italy.
Mukka Express by Bialetti

The Mukka Express designed by Bialetti allows you to prepare two creamy mugs of Cappuccino. This is the latest design known as the "Cow" Works on gas, electric, and ceramic stove-tops. Instructional DVD included. Made in Italy.
Sale Price
Musa by Bialetti Stovetop Espresso Maker

Stainless Steel Stovetop Espresso Maker "MUSA" by Bialetti, Made from heavy 18/10 brushed stainless steel.
Splendida Stovetop Espresso Maker

Splendida Aluminum Stovetop Espresso Maker Made of Lacquer smooth heat resistant aluminum. Coffee motif top and handle. Gift boxed. Made in Italy.

"Turbo" by Ilsa Polished stainless finish. Heavy-weight construction. Gift boxed. Made in Italy. 3 sizes to choose from.

Saturday, October 6, 2007

Press Release

The Original Coffee Company has teamed up with

The Original Coffee Company is working with Women in Business and Loving it! TM to bring a forum for women to network. The WiBaLiTM Network can be found at . This is a place for women to learn and grow as they grow their business. This is a place for women who work from home (web based or otherwise) or for women who work outside the home. Where ever you work, as a women, it seems there are special challenges. There is never enough support. Come and check us out!

For those of you who love to shop:

Get an order EVERY month! Join WiBaLi's™ shopping group membership fees! Monthly give-a-ways, contests & Rewards Programs!

Come on over.... join us for a cup of coffee!

Tuesday, October 2, 2007


The Original Coffee Company would like to introduce WiBaLi-- Women in Business and Loving it!™

We are women in business for ourselves (net)working together to achieve greater professional and personal success.

For members of WiBaLi (or potential members) I have set up several products for Grabs. Check them out here TOCCO WiBaLi

We welcome everyone to join WiBaLi and join the fun. Check us out!

Click to join wibali_shoppers

Women in Business and Loving it!

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Ho Hum....

What to do?
Where's my Coffee?

The Original Coffee Company

Of Course. Order today... Shipped Fresh


Wednesday, September 5, 2007

The Original Coffee Company

Why should you choose a fresh roasted coffee from an online supplier?

Why should you choose coffee that is small batch roasted?

Why should you choose a coffee that is shipped in heat sealed valve bags?

Why should you choose a coffee that is shipped the same day it is roasted?

An online gourmet coffee supplier who roasts in small batches is the only way to guarantee fresh coffee. Coffee is packaged into heat sealed valve bags as soon as it is roasted. The hot beans are put into the bags, as they cool they release gasses. If the valve was not there, then the bag of beans would explode. If you buy coffee without a valve, then the coffee is not fresh. FRESH is the key to a perfect cup of coffee, so it is shipped to you the same day! For more information about coffee:

Storing Coffee

Brewing Coffee

Coffee Taste Characteristics

Tasting The Roasts

If you have any questions or would like to order just email

The Original Coffee Company

Sunday, September 2, 2007

Working Women

Ever wonder how to get with other women like yourself? Want to work from home? Spend more time with your family? Stop commuting? Get out of the rat race?

Here are two forums for women who would like to be in business for themselves.


Click to join wibali_shoppers

Monday, August 27, 2007

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Coffee and hot weather

Do you drink coffee in the summer? Do you drink iced coffee?

Me, I need my coffee hot. Every morning. The hard thing was finding good coffee. Well, I got that solved. I started my own coffee company. I send you fresh roasted coffee. There is nothing better than a cup of fresh roasted, fresh ground, fresh brewed coffee. Try it you will like it! The Original Coffee Company

Sunday, August 12, 2007

Coffee Lovers Go Green

Have you ever thought about what to do with all those left over coffee grounds? Instead of dumping them in the garbage and sending them to overcrowded landfills, try using them to enhance your garden. Used coffee grounds are an excellent thing to compost. Easy to add directly to your garden or flower beds. Also, they can be added to an earthworm composting site. The worms really love the coffee grounds. Here at The Original Coffee Company we try to be earth friendly. We recycle when possible. We compost food scraps, coffee grounds, and garden waste. We use organic methods in gardening. We produce as much of our own food as possible. This accomplishes 2 things: we know we are eating safe foods and reduces the pollution by not needing commercial transportation to get to us. Another way to go green is by supporting .Fair Trade Organic Coffee Growers and Roasters. Check out our GREEN Page, too!

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Barista Competition

I was watching food network last night. And they had this guy on who was to train for a competition in only 5 days. He ended up getting 3rd place. I don't know how. Just for effort I guess. But it just reinforces the "coffee culture". Hey just check my site out! Fair prices, excellent selection and fresh roasted when you order it!

Tuesday, July 10, 2007


Coffee is like fine wine.....

The Perfect Cup of Coffee--Where is it?

Where do you start for the perfect cup of coffee?
  • Clean equipment
  • Fresh Water
  • Fresh Roasted Coffee Beans (stored properly, of course!)

How do you store coffee beans?

  • Keep the fresh roasted beans in an opaque, air tight, ceramic container


  • Air and moisture are the two #1 enemies of coffee. Once the beans have been roasted and off gased, you need to keep them cool and dry.

Find out more here:

The Original Coffee Company