Monday, April 1, 2013

Schmetterling Tea & Coffee in Frohna, MO


A few weeks ago I saw this post on Facebook talking about this local tea and coffee company, well Schmetterling Tea and CoffeeCompany agreed to let me sample her coffee and give my unbiased opinion of this locally produced coffee.  I would call myself a coffee expert, after all you rarely see me without a coffee mug in my hand and I probably polish off a couple of pots of coffee a day.  Shhhhh do not tell my Momma she says it will stunt my growth! 
I am a bit of a “nosy” person and decided I would track them down.  After some begging, pleaing, and bargaining the owner of

The owner Schmetterling Tea and Coffee gave me two different flavors of coffee beans to sample.  Sumatra Mandheling and Papua New Guunea, both coffees filled my house a rich coffee smell…there is nothing like waking up to the smell of coffee brewing first thing in the morning. 

My favorite was The Papua New Guunea, I like the bold tasted that lasted through my entire pot…I did after all drink the entire pot.  The Sumatra Mandheling was good, but it was not my favorite, I drank it just the same and prefer it over my normal Folgers Gourmet Coffee that I get when I am out of the good stuff!

Either way Schemetterling Coffee earned my coffee addicts seal of approval, or empty cup award! 
Schemetterling Tea and Coffee is hand roasted in Frohna, Missouri.  They also have a special elderberry blossom tea that has been their family’s tradition for generations back. 

 Want your own cup of Schmetterling Tea and Coffee?  Look for them on Facebookor contact them at 573-517-3968…I assure you that you will not be sorry!

~Becky 

Disclosure:  I was given samples of Schmetterling Coffee, however, all thoughts and opinions are my own! 
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1 comment:

  1. Wahoo! Thanks Becky! So excited and grateful for your review! ~ Schmetterling Tea & Coffee

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