February 2016 Newsletter


Nate's Coffee

Introducing Organic Colombia
Smooth and buttery, our latest offering is a medium roast with hints of caramel and chocolate that leaves a lingering sweetness. This organic coffee is sourced from family-owned farms in the Tolima region of Colombia. One pound (16oz.) limited-release bags are available at North Lime Coffee & Donuts locations and at natescoffee.com.

12063766_1199035043456881_2579637327658347966_n (1)Blue & White Blend nonprofit partner of the month: Seedleaf!
It might be winter, but Nate’s is already thinking spring! For every pound of Blue & White blend purchased this February, Nate’s Coffee will donate $1 to Seedleaf! Seedleaf works to increase the amount, affordability, nutritional value, and sustainability of food available to those at risk of hunger. They grow, share, and recycle food at 16 community gardens in Lexington. We’ll have freshly roasted bags at North Lime Coffee & Donuts locations, or order anytime at natescoffee.com!

You’re Invited: Kentucky Great Writers Series presented by the Carnegie Center
Tuesday, February 9 at 7:30 pm at the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning at 251 W 2nd St. in Lexington

Nate’s Coffee is thrilled to sponsor the Kentucky Great Writers Series! The Carnegie Center is featuring authors Tom C. Hunley, Paulette Livers and Sharon Mauldin Reynolds, with an open mic starting at 6:30 pm. Enjoy freshly roasted Nate’s Coffee while listening writers of all levels. More information at the Carnegie Center website!

2 thoughts on “February 2016 Newsletter”

    1. Hi Ann!
      We do! Try our Organic Guatemala, it’s certified Bird Friendly by the Smithsonian!

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