The Flavors of Fall With New England Coffee

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Sprinkling an ever-so-subtle chill into the late evening breeze, fall is shyly peeking through the leaves atop the highest branches of the trees, as they fall freely, dancing in the wind down to the golden tips of the dying grass below. 

We busy ourselves with back-to-school chaos, as the season changes right beneath our feet, almost oblivious to the subtlety of it all. Soft chunky sweaters and velvety leather boots replace swimsuits and flips flops on the shelves at our favorite stores almost overnight, football jerseys find their way out of the backs of our closets, our kids begin the search for the perfect Halloween costumes, and our Pinterest feeds are taken over by pumpkin decor, pine cone wreathes and homemade apple cider recipes.

Fall is here! And just like that, we delve into a world of warm earthy color schemes, the perfect blue jean weather and… PUMPKIN SPICE GALORE!

Fall is my favorite season. I love the colors, the cool air, the decorations and the seasonal flavors of holiday pies, cookies, butters and spreads, and most importantly, coffee. I am a coffee addict, to say the least. I love everything about it, from the smell of the fresh beans when I open a new bag to the sandy texture of grinds on my spoon to the warmth of the mug in my hands and the rich, bold taste of that first sip each morning. I swear, I can feel the exact moment that first sip reaches my soul and awakens my body and my mind.

In my younger child-free days, I would jump on all of the trendy “Pumpkin Spice” bandwagons each fall, scavenging out the seasonal barista specials like it was a game, and relishing in my victories all season long. As a busy mom of two now, I don’t have the time or the money to ride the Pumpkin Spice Express from coffee shop to coffee shop anymore. But that doesn’t mean I don’t deserve to fill my fall flavor cravings like everyone else.

Having tried their limited Centennial Reserve recently, released in celebration of “100 Years of Serving Great Coffee to Extraordinary People,” I was so excited to learn that New England Coffee produces a line of seasonal flavored coffee for fall lovers like me.

Both of their fall flavors, Pumpkin Spice and Caramel Apple, are made with the same dedication and thought that goes into every variety of delicious coffee they make, and are available in ground bags and single serve pods. 

I absolutely love using my Keurig on a daily basis, because I am the only one in my house who drinks coffee. The convenience of a quick single brew is important to me, so New England Coffee’s seasonal pods have quickly become a staple in my home this fall. 

While many of my mom friends have to leave their homes early each morning to swing by their local coffee shop on their way to school drop off to get their Pumpkin Spice fix, I love that I can pop a seasonal New England Coffee pod into my Keurig, and in seconds, my travel mug is infusing the steamy aromas of the flavors of fall, and I’m ready to hit the road.

And the bags are perfect to keep on hand for get-togethers with family and friends this season. I can brew a full pot of Pumpkin Spice or Caramel Apple, and my entire kitchen smells like all of the goodness of fall. I have to admit, I will probably be hosting a few extra coffee nights at my house over the next few months, because there is literally nothing better than the smell of coffee and warm pumpkin spice waifing throughout your home.


New England Coffee is celebrating the extraordinary people they’ve been serving over the last 100 years, and busy moms are definitely extraordinary. We rarely have the time to treat ourselves to little indulgences, so New England Coffee is doing it for us with their delicious seasonal flavors!


We are so inspired by New England Coffee’s dedication over the last 100 years of serving great coffee to extraordinary people, that we want to know who is extraordinary in your life. Comment below, telling us about an extraordinary person, and you will be entered to win a seasonal gift basket from New England Coffee, retailed at approximately $52.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. A PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. One winner, chosen at random from all eligible entries received, will receive a New England Coffee seasonal gift basket, approximate retail value $52.00, and will be announced on or about 10 days after end of entry period. Entrants may enter within 21 days of this post going live. Must be a resident of one of the 48 contiguous United States (excl. PR, HI, AK) and the age of majority in his or her jurisdiction at time of entry. Odds of winning depend on number of eligible entries received. Sweepstakes is sponsored by New England Coffee.

The scent and taste of coffee can bring back some strong and sweet memories. Read how New England Coffee lets Danielle remember her grandfather every time she brews a pot in Remembering an Extraordinary Man with New England Coffee.

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Danielle

Danielle is a Pittsburgh native who has been warming her “black and gold” blood in sunny Northern California for the past 6 years. On any given day, you can find her arranging ridiculous photo shoots of her one-year-old son Graeme and cat Gizmo, or working on any one of her 27,000 writing projects. She enjoys daydreaming about becoming a famous actress and starting a handful of different businesses with her husband over glasses of wine in the evenings. Someday, she hopes to travel the country in an RV with her family… but she needs to sell that novel first. You can follow her journeys through her blog With A Red Bird On My Shoulder

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    Lisa Walker

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    My daughter is an extraordinary person! She has to work full time to support her daughter and even though it’d tough for her to leave the baby, she keeps a positive attitude. My granddaughter is really lucky to have her as a mom.

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    Alexandra Sweatt

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    My best friend is an extraordinary person. She works as a pediatrician and volunteers in South America making sure more children are able to have access to good healthcare.

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