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  • Had a real cool moment yesterday on my lunch break. I went to the UPS store to mail a package, when I came out and was walking to my truck, I notice a lady looking at the decals of Hoyser Country I have on the back window. As I approached I asked, do you like those? She said she was trying to figure out what they meant. So I told her all about Claudia Hoyser and Hoyser country. When I mentioned coffee, she said she loved it and just so happens I always carry a bag in my truck, so I gave it to her. She smelled the bag and said “oooh that smells great” she took down the info to check everything out and she said thanks and left with a huge smile ☺ Funny thong is, I never got her name, but I know that I have got a new fan for Claudia and that makes me very happy ☺☺

    Robert Baker
  • Talk about a "coffee moment ". I just went through hurricane Dorian last night and at 2:15am I got ready to brew some Hoyser Country Blend and just as I bit the button, the power went out. I spent the rest of the night craving that cup. FINALLY the power came back on at 9:am and the first thing I did was brew that cup. Hoyser Country Blend is so good that it does have a priority in my life. Just have to have that taste daily. Thank You Miss Claudia for bringing this perfect blend into my life. Can’t wait to see what comes next with Hoyser Country

    Robert Baker
  • I get my coffee from the local farmers market that have a wall of coffee blends to try and I gotta say that Hoyser blend is so smooth and delicious.

    Jacob
  • I guess one of the most best experiences,I had with coffee is when I was in Costa Rica and I toured the coffee bean plantation,One name refund to Pea Berry,It’s called the winey tasting coffee,I new how to create an anamation video,I have the coffee cup grow arms and legs give a voice,then have it have a conversation with you while you enjoy your mornings or when ever.

    John
  • Thank you.

    Ekrem

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