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Straight from the Source: Our Coffee Guru Benny Lanfranco Visits Hacienda San Pedro in Puetro Rico

When you come into Fairway Market, you see rows and rows of¬†wonderful barrels filled to the brim with all shades of shiny, smooth, brown beans. Here’s a look into how they get there. Hint: it’s a labor of love! It starts with the beans…which start with the farmers, their families, and just-right soil, weather, and […]

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Hot Day, Cold Coffee: Iced Coffee Love

Iced coffee is a summer staple. I crave it the moment I roll out of bed; and there’s no better warm weather afternoon pick-me-up than a strong, smooth, cold brew. Since iced coffee gets diluted by ice, it’s got to be robust. One approach is to simply brew a pot of super-strong coffee, and leave […]

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Talking Coffee with Benny Lanfranco, Fairway’s Master Roaster

We roast over 800,000 pounds of coffee every year, in small batches, with so much care and love. Benny is the man behind the whole operation, sourcing the finest beans straight from earnest farmers, and importing them direct so the quality and price are¬†incomparable. Benny’s been working with coffee since the ripe old age of […]

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