EMERYVILLE, Calif. — Peet’s Coffee & Tea is bringing its Peet’s Café Solano and Peet’s Café Domingo to grocery stores.
The new medium-roast coffees are available in ground and whole bean form.
“We brought every bit of our 45 years of coffee craft to the creation of these two blends,” said Doug Welsh, Peet’s roastmaster and VP coffee. “The style is smooth and balanced, with an abundance of pure, sweet coffee flavor. In Café Domingo, a select blend of Latin American coffees, this is expressed in cacao and toffee tones and a clean, crisp finish. Café Solano bespeaks the wider influence of a world blend, with lively and aromatic notes contributed by African and Indo-Pacific coffees.”
Peet’s will be roasting the new medium-roast line in its Gold LEED-certified roasting facility in Alameda, Calif., the company said.