Friday, May 23, 2014

Small Pleasures

When I want a special treat, I head to the Cafe Errel in Perigueux, about 30 minutes from my home in France.  It is there that I have a cup of the most delicious Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee.  If you know it, you will probably agree to its deliciousness, if you don't please try it as it is so special.  I love coffee but can't stand the bitterness, this coffee does not have it.

Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee is a classification of coffee grown in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica. The best lots of Blue Mountain coffee are noted for their mild flavour and lack of bitterness. Over the last several decades, this coffee has developed a reputation that has made it one of the most expensive and sought-after coffees in the world. Over 80% of all Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee is exported to Japan.[1] In addition to its use for brewed coffee, the beans are the flavour base of Tia Maria coffee liqueur.

Click here for the Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee beans

For those of you with Keurig coffee machines, they now make Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee for your machine.

 Click here for Keurig Blue Mountain Coffee Pods

I think you will love it.

In addition to this coffee the Errel cafe specialises in the best of the best.  I also love their Kusmi Tea.

They have many varieties but this is the one that caught my eye so I bought it today.  I came home and tried it and can truly say it is absolutely delicious and full of exotic spices. 

Click here for the delicious tea bags

It is a smooth and spicy blend of black China tea, liquorice roots, spices, guarana seed and pink pepper
Ginseng and guarana bring you energy and vitality, spices aid digestion, liquorice delivers a smooth taste.

It's the little things that count and find what pleases you and indulge.

Until next time.

A Bientôt



  1. Audrey, I didn't know of this coffee so I'm eager to try it. Thanks for the head's up.
    Where are you right now? France?

  2. Audrey, I've just discovered your blog and it is such a joy to read! I am inspired for your life (and business) story. Have you written a memoir or anything similar about how you established your company and went onto make it a success? Would be so interested to read about this as female entrepreneurs unfortunately don't seem to make it into the media/press as often as male entrepreneurs. Best wishes from Australia!

  3. Thank you so much for your comment. No, I have not written a memoir but who knows, maybe one day.
    I appreciate your writing from Australia.
    All the best.