CorsaCaffe Coffee Line for the Ducatisti
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Need a creative gift for that special Ducatisti in your life? Boy oh boy, have we got a deal for you...
Check out the latest offering from Oregon’s Arun Sharma, who has launched the CorsaCaffe line of coffees. Sharma, owner of the popular Portland Ducati dealership MotoCorsa, revealed the coffee venture in time for the holidays. The CorsaCaffe line joins Sharma’s CorsaVino wine label. Dig the three specialty blends, packaged in evocative wrappings courtesy of New York photographer Elizabeth Raab. Prices range from $13.75 per 12 ounce bag. Get the details below courtesy of CorsaCaffe press release.
CorsaCaffe, a Ducati-inspired line of fine coffees, joins the CorsaVino wine label as one of the Northwest's premier delicacies. MotoCorsa and CorsaVino founder Arun Sharma is passionate about Italian motorcycles and fine wine—and well known for launching successful businesses to support these love affairs. Last year, Sharma decided it was time to add his third passion to the fold: coffee. After an exhaustive search for the best producers available, he is thrilled to officially release the CorsaCaffe coffee line this month.
Crafted in the pursuit of perfection, CorsaCaffe releases only the highest quality gourmet coffees. "Wine, bikes, coffee… quality always boils down to the people who crafted the product and the people they made it for," says Sharma.
Once top quality beans were sourced, Sharma forged the CorsaCaffe relationship with Ristretto
Roasters, who carefully extract every flavor and aroma to make CorseCaffe the finest coffee available. Beans for CorsaCaffe are sourced directly from small farmers who have a matching
commitment to quality.
CorsaCaffe currently offers three distinct blends -- Rosso, Nero and Decaffeinato -- all fresh roasted daily and available at www.corsacaffe.com. Even if you are not a coffee drinker, you can want to obtain the coffee as a centerpiece - packaging like CorsaCaffe’s has never been seen before.
To order CorsaCaffe, and learn more about the coffee and its story, please visit www.corsacaffe.com
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