Bridgehead announces the launch of its EK#65 Blend to support the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa Homework Club. Erik Karlsson is proud to have developed this full-flavoured blend in partnership with Bridgehead to support BGCO.
The EK #65 blend is a dark blend of Nicaraguan, Harrar, and Honduran coffees. Flavours: Bittersweet ~ Dark Caramel ~ Stone Fruit. It is a dark balanced blend that takes the best of two roast profiles to deliver a coffee that is sweet, complex and full-flavoured. The cup begins with sweet stone fruit and dark caramel that turns to a long smoky, roasted malt finish.
“I want to thank Bridgehead for agreeing to participate in this fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa,” says Erik Karlsson. “I enjoyed the experience of developing my own blend of coffee, EK #65, with Bridgehead’s Director of coffee Ian Clark and Managing Director Tracey Clark. I am totally impressed with the quality of coffee that Bridgehead provides its customers. I hope everyone will enjoy the EK #65 blend as much as I do, in fact, I would enjoy reading your opinions of it, so tweet me your reviews (@erikkarlsson65) with the hashtag #ek65bridgehead.”
$2 from every pound of EK #65 blend roasted will be donated to the BGCO. We are honoured to be working with Erik Karlsson on this special fundraising blend for an important community program. We had fun developing it together,” says Tracey Clark, Managing Director, Bridgehead.
Posted in: Coffee & Roasting
November 29, 2013