Top O' The Mornin' To Ya!

Irish legend says that each leaf of the clover has a meaning: the first is for hope, the second for faith, the third for love and, if you can find a 4-leaf clover, the fourth leaf represents luck.

You are a “fourth leaf” to us here at Fidalgo Coffee. Thank you for your monthly coffee subscription and for being a member of our coffee community. We are lucky to have you as our customer and aspire to be like a good Irish friend to you: never above you, never below you – always with you.

Sometimes, receiving “good luck” can first require taking a chance. Ready for a new adventure? We invite you to give our Grasshopper Mocha recipe a try. From our kitchen to yours, this minty, dessert-like mocha can be enjoyed either hot or iced. We recommend white coffee, however, you can use regular espresso shots if you prefer.

Grasshopper Mocha 

  • 2 oz. white coffee espresso
  • ½ oz. of creme de menthe syrup
  • ½ oz. of chocolate sauce
  • Top with 12 oz. of your preferred milk choice
  • Topped with ice, if preparing an iced beverage, and finish with whipped cream and chocolate shavings for a special treat!

Another chance we encourage you to consider is ordering our seasonal Tulip Festival Blend. This coffee is roasted dark to bring out smooth, bold, and full notes. Certified organic, fair trade, shade-grown, and Kosher.  Available in 12 oz and 2 lb. offerings shipped directly to your doorstep.

Tulip Festival Blend

Fidalgo Coffee is in the business of being the best part of your morning. Our wish for you throughout this day is you receive each leaf of the shamrock along your way: hope, faith, love, and luck. May good fortune be with you wherever you go. May your blessings outnumber the shamrocks that grow. 

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Forever grateful,
The Fidalgo Coffee Team

March 03, 2022

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