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Try Our Special Holiday Flavors! Available on our coffee page.

Candy Cane Arctic Blueberry - An extreme berry experience. Savor this unique and popular full city roast flavored coffee.

Candy Cane Elves Breakfast Blend - A smooth hint of maple syrup, pairs well with breakfast.

Candy Cane Frostys Delight - An indulgent blend of chocolate, caramel, and nut flavors. Sure to delight coffee and dessert lovers alike!

Candy Cane Gingerbread Man - To keep him running as fast as he can, the Gingerbread Man prefers the mix of vanilla, cinnamon and spice.

Candy Cane Peppermint Creme - The refreshing taste of mint, goes great with hot cocoa if you add that to your coffee.

Candy Cane Pumpkin Spice - Tastes just like a pumpkin pie!

Candy Cane Spiced Almond - Your favorite coffee with notes of sweet almond and fragrant holiday spices.

Candy Cane St. Nickerdoodle - Santa’s favorite! A flavorful combination of cinnamon and hazelnut notes.

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