Posted by Marcus on 2nd Sep 2016
Our coffee is even better when it's free! With fall right around the corner we thought this would be a great time for a coffee giveaway!
Read on to learn how to win a sampler for you and a friend
We have some awesome coffee in store for our giveaway, the winner (and their friend) of this giveaway will be receiving three 6oz bags of our current coffees.
For you and your friend:
The Modest - San Agustin - Huila, Colombia
A delightfully accessible coffee; delicious and well balanced with a full bodied roast and floral winey notes.
The Enthusiast - Roberto Santos of Metapan - El Salvador
This microlot is complex and full bodied; velvety with an intense tang balanced with sugar cane sweetness.
The Collector - Adado Region - Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia
An amazing lot from the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia is fruity with floral jasmine notes and lemon, lime, citrus, and apricot.
We really appreciate all of our customers and think you guys have the best taste :) As always, we hope you enjoy drinking our coffee as much as we enjoy crafting it! Good luck to everyone!
Before you enter, please take a moment to read the rules below.
How to Enter:
To enter, log into your Facebook account and “Like” us. If you already “Like” us, wonderful! If not, search for Modest Coffee and click the “Like” button. Next, comment and tag one friend who you think would also enjoy some fresh roasted coffee delivered to their door! Finally share our giveaway post on Facebook and you're in!
The contest begins September 2nd, 2016 at 1:00 PM CST and ends September 11th, 2016 at 11:59 PM CST.
On Monday September 12th, 2016 we will randomly draw only one lucky Modest Coffee Facebook follower to win this selection of goods. His/her tagged friend will also win a prize!
The winners will be contacted via direct message through Facebook for his/her shipping & contact information so make sure to check your Facebook message inbox! If we don’t hear a response from our winners by 8 AM (CST) Wednesday September 14th, 2016, we will draw another winner.
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