Furnace Hills Coffee Review, 15% off Discount Code & Giveaway

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Furnace Hill is truly a special company. They are a roasting company. They hire the developmentally disabled and give funds to help the developmentally disabled in Ukraine. There are so many reasons why you should purchase coffee from Furnace Hill. They have a large variety of coffees that support charity. You can choose which charity you love and purchase the coffee that supports them. First I would like to tell you a little about each charity roast.

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The ARC Dark Roast wonderfully combines Ethioian and Sumatran coffee beans. The ARC Carroll County clients and staff describe this unique blend as comples and bold, with an aftertaste that is smooth but not biting. Procedes from this sale go to Carroll County ARC

The ARC Decaf Blend is a mix of South American and Indian Decaffeinated coffee beans using a Swis Water extraction method, making our Decaf beans completely chemical free. The ARC Carroll County clients and staff describe this unique blend as a mellow flavor with a smooth swallow and a pleasant aftertaste. Proceeds from this Blend will directly benefit the ARC Carroll County Autism Program.

The ARC Medium Roast deliciously combines Brazilian, Bolivian and Honduran coffee beans for a heavier and wonderful taste. The ARC Carroll County clients and staff describe this unique blend as one with a sweet, nutty lingering taste with a smooth swallow. A portion of this sale goes to ARC Carroll County


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Bright Hope Blend - Help us bring little Lainy home one cup at a time. The Roche family is adopting little Elaine and your purchase of this great tasting coffee will speed along the process. 

It's Our blend of Costa Rican, Indian Monsoon Malibar, and Ugandan. It is an awesome tasting coffee with a smooth finish. 


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Buddy Walk - This is a combination of a Honduran and Costa Rican coffee. It has very bold and complex in its presentation. It has a smooth finish and an aftertaste that lingers for a while after one finishes their cup of coffee.

For the buddy walk combo they are combining two of their more popular coffee blends into a combo. Erin's Breakfast Blend and Buddy Walk CoffeeErin's Breakfast Blend: A medium roast of blended South American and African coffee beans. It has a deep smooth taste that wakes you up in the morning.   Use the Coupon Code COMBO when you check out and you'll get $7 off shipping. 
The proceeds of this sale will go to the National Buddy Walk organization unless you specify your local Buddy Walk in the comments section of your order.


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Common Ground on the Hills Veteran's Initiative Blend - Part of this blend is a dark roast and part a light roast. This was done to do their best to replicate the coffee roasting conditions and practices on the civil war battle field.  They have used Ethiopian & Ugandan beans.
This blend is being offered to raise funds and awareness for veterans who participate in Common Ground on the Hill. Every sale will raise $6/pound for this great initiative. Besides, the coffee itself is worth the $14 we are charging. So you are doing good by drinking great coffee. 

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The Liberty Christian School (LCS) Celebration Blend is a tastey combination of Costa Rican & Burundi coffees. This blend gives the drinker a complex swallow with a honey sweet finish. This coffee is as smooth as it gets. The LCS Celebration Blend helps the mission and vision of the Liberty Christian School.

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The Russell family wants to bring Oliver home. He's a cute little boy who's in S.E. Asia now. Help them bring him home by purchasing some of this great tasting coffee. There's not a Furnace Hills Coffee that tastes bad. It's all great tasting. This combination of S.E. Asian and African beans gives this coffee a complex creamy swallow with a musky finish. It reminds a person of the imperative to bring Oliver home!

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The Westminster Sustercentenial Blend is a mixed dark & light roast. It contains Ethiopian & Ugandan coffee beans, and is roasted in a traditional colonial manner. The blend is based on the coffee found in the Westminster, MD area during the Civil War at the time of Corbit's Charge. This unique coffee has a smooth finish that stays with you long after you drink it -- perfect for a long day of battle. 

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Furnace Hills Coffee also has a variety of their own Light, Medium, Dark and DeCaf Coffee Beans. 

Furnace Hills Light Roast coffee's are an instant classic and an excellent morning coffee! Brew it through your drip machine so you can experience all its flavors. These full-bodied coffee beans are delightfully smooth with a sweet, fruited aroma. In flavor, subtle chocolate nuances pair beautifully with notes of sweet citrus. The cup distinctly brightens toward the finish with a sweetly dry, lemon-like citrus nuance that pleasantly lingers. Our Light Roast beans are best prepared as a drip brew, the French press produces a somewhat brighter cup with the more pronounced citrus nuances. The brightness, or acidity, may be a bit overwhelming when this coffee is prepared as a single-origin espresso


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Furnace Hills Medium Roast beans are the coffee that off-the-shelf brands are trying to emulate, yet not one of them comes close to the quality of a fresh roasted Furnace Hills bean. These beans create a medium bodied and sweet tasting coffee with a rich flavor and aroma.
The slightly darker roast of our medium roast coffee beans maintains many of the qualities of the Light Roast, while creating a heavier body and releasing more of the characteristic flavors of this excellent bean.

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Our Dark Roast Blends are a complex blend consisting of several types of dark roasted coffee beans from around the world. Comparable to coffees popular in the Northwest (hint, hint), and able to stand up to milk and sugar, these beans are an excellent choice for anyone who enjoys dark roasted coffee. 
These dark roast blends offers a nice balance of cup elements. The aroma suggests sweet, dark caramel with hints of vanilla. The body is moderate with a somewhat creamy mouthfeel. The flavors are well-rounded with mostly chocolate-toned nuances that work harmoniously with the classic pungency introduced by the dark degree of roast. Notes of dried fruit appear as the cup settles. The finish is long and sweet.
Not so heavy that it can't be enjoyed throughout the day, this is a great cup of coffee, whether prepared with drip or French press brewing methods, though French press produces a cup with more body.


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Furnace Hill Coffee sent me a very large variety of coffees to taste and review. So far our favorite is the Triple Treat Blend and we prefer to make it in a French Press. This dark roast has a complex taste with a smooth swallow. It's strong but has a great lingering after taste at the end of the swallow. It is their boldest cup of coffee featuring coffees from Africa, South America & Asia.

DISCOUNT CODE:  use code YUMMY for a 15% discount on everything on the site

                                                                      GIVEAWAY
For this giveaway one lucky Simple Side of Life reader will win 2 12 oz bags of Furnace Hill Coffee. One Erin's Blend and one Telunas Beach Blend. Good Luck!!!!