Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company announces newest Disney blend

Tampa-based Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company has announced the launch of its newest addition to the Disney Specialty Coffee Collection – the Mickey Mouse Classic Blend.

The Mickey Mouse Classic Blend is a smooth medium-roasted blend of 100% Arabica beans from Central and South America.

The blend is a re-creation of a 2018 Joffrey’s favorite made in honour of Mickey Mouse’s 90th Anniversary. It has now been reimagined as Mickey Mouse Classic Blend for fans to celebrate the mouse year-round, with a coffee as classic as Mickey himself. The Mickey Mouse Classic Blend also features special packaging to bring fans memorable moments at home.

The blend is Joffrey’s 27th coffee to be added to the Disney Specialty Coffee Collection, which is inspired by and served at locations throughout Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort.

“The Disney Specialty Coffee Collection is enjoyed by many guests and Disney enthusiasts who want to bring the tastes of the in-park Joffrey’s experience to the comfort of their own home, and we couldn’t be more excited to add Mickey’s Classic Blend to the Collection,” said Ted Abrams, CEO of Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company. “We saw how much our customers enjoyed Mickey’s 90th Anniversary Blend and we wanted to create something timeless that they would enjoy and cherish anytime.”

Joffrey’s coffee is available on Walt Disney World Resort property, in-room at Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort and Disney Vacation Club hotels and resorts, and at signature restaurants across Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort. Joffrey’s Roastmasters work in collaboration with Disney’s world-class chefs to create exclusive blends for guests to enjoy both on property and at home.

The Mickey Mouse Classic Blend blend is available in French press, ground and whole bean varieties at a price of $11.99 (11oz).

To learn more about Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company, visit JOFFREYS.COM

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