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Morning Becomes Eclectic Blend
We are all in this together!
KCRW creates and curates a unique mix of content centered around music discovery, NPR news, cultural exploration, informed public affairs . . . and now coffee! KCRW, similar to Caffe Luxxe, is driven by the spirit of Los Angeles and delivers to diverse, curious communities around the corner and around the world.
We’ve partnered with our long-time friends at KCRW to create their own blend of coffee which is instantly global (this world blend originates from Latin America, Africa, and Asia). Listen to Morning Becomes Eclectic and enjoy a cup of coffee inspired by your favorite show! Featuring flavor notes of bittersweet chocolate, a hint of crème brûlée, anise, and subtle sweet woody tones reminiscent of a bourbon cask, it’s well balanced yet eclectic.
Even better, Caffe Luxxe will be donating 10% of all proceeds from the sale of this coffee directly to KCRW. This is an ONLINE ONLY exclusive and available as a subscription (ongoing, 1-month, 2-month, 3-month) or as an individual purchase; support your coffee habit and know that you will also be supporting KCRW.
Whether you brew it as espresso or as a drip coffee, Morning Becomes Eclectic may become your every day staple.
We are proud of our partnership with KCRW and you can find Caffe Luxxe coffee in their headquarters and special events where we always donate 100% of proceeds back to KCRW.
Visit kcrw.com to learn more about this community service of Santa Monica College.
- Latin America, Africa, Asia
- Farm / Producer
- Baker’s Chocolate, Brûlée, Anise, and Cedarwood
- Light, Delicate
- Bold, Rich
- Smooth, Sweet, Floral
I am not sure I can appreciate all of the flavors that are listed on the description... all i can say is that this is great coffee. I grind the beans, pour hot water over the freshly ground coffee, and immediately feel a sense of well-being as I sip this in the mornings. It is not too acidic. Rich and full flavors. This and Montenero are my favorites. I can't speak to whether it is good for espresso as I'm pretty simple - just pour-over with some milk.