With the cold winter days still in our midst, enjoying a nice warm cup of coffee or tea by the fire is one of the best ways to stay warm here in Wisconsin. Not only will coffee and tea warm you up, these drinks can give you some good health benefits as well. There are many different brands of coffee and tea but have you tried these local Wisconsin brands?
Berres Brothers Coffee Roasters
This coffee roasting facility is located in Watertown and offers over 100 types of specialty coffees roasted fresh daily. Berres Brothers Coffee Roasters provides a wide variety of flavors including their signature roasts and seasonal flavors. Their current coffees for the winter season are Dark Chocolate Truffle, Vanilla Crème Brûlée, Caramel Chaos, and Honey Cashew Cream. Berres Brothers Coffee Roasters’ products can be found in various grocery and convenience stores in the Midwest…or you can pop in at their Watertown location to enjoy the atmosphere of their café! (Psst! Berres Brothers now offers single serve cups for home brewing!)
Sotéa, located in Green Bay, specializes in flavorful carbonated tea. This beverage combines the carbonation of soda with the refreshing benefits of green tea. Sotéa uses natural flavors and sweeteners to create this unique beverage. You can purchase Sotéa at various stores and restaurants in northeastern Wisconsin.
Steep and Brew Coffee
Steep and Brew Coffee is “Coffee done right”. Located in Madison, they roast and brew their coffee fresh daily along with their variety of whole leaf tea. They offer premium original, blends and flavored coffee to meet everyone’s needs. They also offer black, green, flavored and herbal teas. Delish!
Making our way to Milwaukee, Urbal Tea ”tees up” a vast variety of teas with high quality herbs that will provide you with many health benefits. Whether you are looking for a healthy drink or a natural energy boost, Urbal Tea has got you covered. You can find Urbal Tea in various local shops all across the state. Stay energized, Wisconsin!
What is your favorite brand of coffee or tea? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.
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