Just Jones Java (Monthly Subscription)
$10.50 / month
Have a fresh bag (or two or three) delivered to your door every month.
The only coffee in the world infused with a healthy dose of perspective.
The Noticer Blend
An impossibly good coffee from the Rainforest Alliance Certified farms of Central and South America — This perfectly roasted blend delights with a rich aroma, a smooth profile, and a pronounced well-rounded finish.
From Just Jones:
“Tell me about your coffee,” I requested. This, I was also curious about. “What did you mean when you said you choose the combination of beans that go into your coffee?”
“Well,” Jones began, “there are more than seventy countries in the world that commercially produce coffee. Even though there are only four major types of coffee beans used, everything from the type of the plant, soil composition, temperature, the amount of humidity, rainfall, and sunshine—even the altitude at which the coffee beans are grown—affects what the coffee tastes like when it is brewed. The combination of characteristics is so intricate that one plantation’s beans can vary in taste from one row of trees to another.”
He raised his eyebrows. “That enough?”
I grinned and said, “That’s amazing. Is there more than one country’s beans in your blend?” He nodded slowly. I had decided long ago that I would keep asking the old man questions until he shut me down, and I could tell that he was thinking about it, so I forged ahead quickly. “Where do you buy it?”
“It is shipped to wherever I happen to be,” Jones answered. “I have several bags I roasted myself in the coffee room. Would you like to take a couple of pounds to Polly?”
“That would be great,” I said. “Really, thanks. And what do you call it? What kind of coffee can I tell her it is?”
“It’s just java. No name to it.”
“Jones!” I said. “Come on! It’s got to have a name. It’s incredible coffee. So name it.”
He laughed and thought a minute before answering. “How about . . .” the old man said, making me wait, “Just Jones Java?”
“Yes!” I laughed. “That’ll work!”