Kansas Coffee … And It’s HERE With Rave Reviews

05/10/2009 at 8:41 pm Leave a comment

Kansas coffee … yes, Kansas coffee! And it’s now available for sale and for sampling at High Plains Camping!

Blacksmith Coffee Roastery is housed in a wonderfully historic building in Lindsborg, KS. The owner, Mark Galloway, has gone to great lengths to roast fabulous coffee. He offers many flavors, and High Plains Camping selected 4 to carry in the store:

  • Breakfast Blend
  • Guatemala Genuine Antigua Pastoral
  • Sumatra Lintong
  • Blacksmith Coffee Roastery Decaf

Try them all. Guests who stay at High Plains Camping can start their day with a sampling of each.

Our stock arrived earlier this week, and the first RVers to savor the flavor were very excited. They said they’d be spreading the word as they traveled the country, and I told them they’d be mentioned in our blog. Here are the first samplers on that first day of complimentary coffee, just a few days ago.

 

Learn more about Mark Galloway and Blacksmith Coffee Roastery at http://blacksmithcoffee.com/ and follow him on Twitter:  http://www.Twitter.com/MarkGalloway

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