2021 Tulip Festival Blend is Here!

2021 Tulip Festival Blend is Here!

Spring into 2021 with our next seasonal coffee, Tulip Festival Blend! 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. 

This year's poster features artwork by Jennifer McGill, jamcgill.com

At seventeen, Jennifer received an art grant from Western Illinois University, and focused exclusively on art at The Art Institute of Chicago & The American Academy of Art, studying watercolor with the late Irving Shapiro, graduating with honors in 1990. During her final year, Jennifer received the Union League Civic Arts & Foundation Scholarship for Fine Art. Later on she discovered her father attended the Art Institute of Chicago 27 years earlier!
She has received numerous prestigious art and design awards, and won a range of art competitions. Her work is worldwide with collectors, products and installations. Jennifer’s career includes working as a Designer and Illustrator for Enesco, Bunnies By The Bay, and Dillon Works.
When purchasing a bag of Tulip Festival Blend, 5% of proceeds from this Artist Series label coffee will go to The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, a Washington State Non-Profit Organization. 
Learn more about the 2021 Skagit Valley Tulip Festival Here: tulipfestival.org
January 06, 2021 — Ellya Camarillo
Summer Breeze is out NOW!

Summer Breeze is out NOW!

Say hello to the taste of summer with Fidalgo’s new seasonal blend, Summer Breeze.

Available June 1 online, and in a grocery near you . . .sip the notes of cherry, caramel, apple cider, and pear.  Summer Breeze is a medium-light roast. It is smooth and easy drinking. At Fidalgo, we especially love to brew this coffee as espresso because it naturally produces a beautiful and luscious crema and toffee mouthfeel.

At Fidalgo Coffee our mission is to bring joy to all with quality coffee that’s good for people and good for the planet. Summer Breeze is fair trade, organic, and shade-grown. 

Just like summer, this seasonal blend won’t last forever. Order your cup of sunshine today. We hope you enjoy our new Summer Breeze so much that you plan and buy extra for “an escape to summer” during the long winter months. 

How can we serve you today? Contact us at Orders@FidalgoCoffee.com 

June 02, 2020 — Ellya Camarillo
Sunshine in a Cup

Sunshine in a Cup

Give your customers their first taste of summer with Fidalgo’s new seasonal blend, Summer Breeze.

Available June 1 in 12 oz. or 2lb bags. Choose from whole bean, drip grind and custom grind upon request. Summer Breeze is sunshine in a cup. Its a medium-light roast, smooth and easy drinking. Your customers will sip the notes of cherry, caramel, apple cider, and pear. 

At Fidalgo Coffee our mission is to bring joy to all with quality coffee that’s good for people and good for the planet. Summer Breeze is fair trade, organic, and shade grown. 

Just like summer, this seasonal blend won’t last forever. Order Summer Blend today and start offering your customers their new favorite. 

For the world’s best coffee, syrups, sauces, cups, and personal service, Contact Us

We look forward to serving you.

June 02, 2020 — Ellya Camarillo
Ready to Sell Summer?

Ready to Sell Summer?

Welcome to June!  In anticipation of summer, Fidalgo Coffee is delighted to bring our taste of the season, Summer Blend to your grocery store.

With the rush of increased business and all you are doing, have you considered the many ways customers can incorporate coffee into their grocery list?  The longer, sunny days, plus so many still working from home, offer more ways to enjoy coffee: 

  • Hot coffee in the morning,
  • Iced coffee in the afternoon,
  • Cocktails around the BBQ,
  • As an ingredient with baked goods throughout the day.

As our business partner, let us know how we can assist you in merchandising and serving your customers with Fidalgo Coffee.  Let’s discuss strategies to make this summer sizzle with sales.     

How can we serve you today? Contact us at Orders@FidalgoCoffee.com

June 02, 2020 — Ellya Camarillo