Thursday, June 16, 2011

Extracted from the freshest Arabica Beans

For the Kid in you

I started drinking coffee at about 8. A teaspoon of it in a glass of milk. I don't suggest you give it to the little ones, but a shot of decaf, CAN add a dash of magic to the milkshake. And now,
I'm off to enjoy my double cap latte at

Thursday, February 10, 2011

2011 New Brew Is In

We are happy to announce 2011’s fresh production of Java Juice ® liquid coffee extract in the Original flavor. At home or on the go, we bring you delicious coffeehouse quality brew, easy as one, two, three.

Java Juice is the #1 organic coffee for outdoor adventurers, first responders, and travelers everywhere. Here’s why:
• Quality First : Made in the USA from the finest is fairly traded, certified organic and kosher Arabica beans.
• Fast and Easy: Just add water. This 1/2 oz. portable packet requires no brewer’s grinders or filters. No gadgets, no cleanup, no pack out.
• 200 lb. PSI rating: Sturdy flex-packets won’t break in packs or luggage.
Light enough to carry up to packets on an airplane.
• Caffeine content: 100 mg., the caffeine equivalent to two shot of coffee. Makes a 10-16 oz. coffee drink depending on personal taste.
• Sustainable: • Re-cycleable packaging, leaves no trace. Contains no chemicals or preservatives. Fat, gluten, & sugar-free.
• Shelf life: Guaranteed up to 3-years from stamped production date.

Also great for
Cocktails Mixer & for iced drinks • Cooking & baking • EMT/field
coffee • home & offices • college dorms

For wholesale and retail sales

Thursday, January 7, 2010

My Review of CamelBak Stainless-Steel Better Bottle - 25 oz.

Originally submitted at REI

Take comfort in knowing your drinking water is securely stowed in the sleek and clean CamelBak Stainless-Steel Better Bottle.

My new best friend

By tentpitcher from Larkspur, CA on 1/7/2010


5out of 5

Gift: No

Pros: Retains Temperature, BPA Free, Good Capacity, Impact Resistant

Best Uses: River Trips, Hiking, Gym, Everyday, Camping

Describe Yourself: Avid Adventurer

My yoga classes are hot and hiking is hotter.
I love the style and the internal straw here.
I'm joined at the hip with this thing!


Monday, December 14, 2009

10 easy No cost paper wrapping

I'm forever taking a glue gun to the package and adding
some coffee beans...but the ideas on this list are fast and easy

1. Tissue paper that's accumulated in your home over the year. Don't think of tissue paper as only the "inside layer" of wrapping, use it on the outisde.

2. Fabric. Wrap it like regular wrapping or tie it up like a satchel. Old sheets cut-up work great as well.

3. Twine. Forget store-bought ribbons, twine is so cheap it's almost free (get it at your local hardware store) and it's naturally grown.

4. Beads. To add extra flourish or color to your twine-ribbon, thread a bead onto either end of the twine and tie a know at the end to keep the bead secure. No need to have them match, any random bead you might find will do.

5. Brown paper bags. Even better than recycling them is re-using them.

6. Newspaper. Choose their favorite section of the paper and add some further decorations with markers.

7. Tins or glass bottles. If the package itself is attractive enough, there's no need to wrap it. Get naked this year and forgo the wrapping altogether!

8. Magazines. Paste together a bunch of pages that incorporate the recipient's interests.

9. Gift within a gift. If one of the gifts can be used as wrapping, then do so! For example an apron wrapped around cooking utensils.

10. Print out an image online. If the gift is small enough to be wrapped in one sheet of printer paper, then find a fun image online, print it out and use this as the wrapping.

Friday, December 11, 2009

Attack of the Killer Brisket- Happy Hanukah!

It’s Hanukah, but I’m too busy filling Christmas orders of Java Juice, I forgot all about it, like I do every year!

Not to be a Grinchberg- It's just that I’m not big on the idea of gift-giving a way to commemorate an eight-day war. Still, I would love to give you something this holiday season. Nu? How’s this a stocking stuffer?

My Grandma’s Brisket Recipe. I was craving it so I made it tonight.

Happy Hanukah and good Shabbos too. Double whammy this Friday.

Sylvia's Killer Brisket

First, get a about 2 pounds, kosher first-cut brisket, fat trimmed.

Preheat oven to 300. Score the brisket in about 10 places and stuff with raw garlic cloves And salt and pepper it. Then braise the mean on a medium flame in the Le Crusset I’ll roast the brisket in.

After the braising, remove the brisket and set aside on a plate.

Then, ‘sweat’ 2 onions cut into rings in the Dutch oven.

Do this on very low heat so just until the onions get translucent.

If they are sticking to the pot, I add a splash of red wine, (just a touch)

to loosen them so they won’t stick or burn.

While that’s going on. I take a small can of tomato paste, dump it in a bowl with approx 1/4 c. dark brown sugar, a tbs. Of Worsteshire sauce. A half packet of Java Juice. A spritz really.

Another little sploosh of red wine and stir it into a thick paste.

Return the braised beef to the Dutch oven on top of the bed of the perfectly clear onions. Then slather the tomato paste mixture over the beef.

Here’s where the methodology gets organic. I had 4 carrots so those got cut into

1” pieces and they went in. Found some golden prunes, dried apricot and diced them so in they went. Wished I had fresh bay leaf, but I didn’t.

Got a handful of dried cherries, and sprinkled them on top before

Putting in a slow oven. 275. About and our per lb. Dried cherries

are bomb. In or on anything, even meat.

Baste two or three times during cooking. Remove from heat, cool meat, and slice across the grain.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Become a Fan on You Face

30-Rock just did a little send up of Face Book.
They called it YOU- FACE

Java Juice Inc has a Fan Page
Come my Java fan and finger poke me, please.