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Care For Some Organic Wilco In Your Cup O' Joe?

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Do you want to live Wilco from the moment you wake until the time when you fall asleep? That’s what the alt-country legends are banking on, because not only can you listen to their albums, but now you can also enjoy their own brand of Wilco organic coffee in the morning!

It’s a little bit of a stretch, thinking that rockers can also brew a decent mug of joe, but this isn’t the first time the group has branched outside of their box; there’s a Wilco Beer, a Wilco Sandwich Shop, and now Wilco coffee.

They’ve teamed up with a Chicago coffee chain Intelligentsia—super yummy— to present the Wilco Selects, which is now on pre-order. The “Wilco” is an Organic Ethiopia Sidama Homecho Waeno, and is described as having, “a light and silky quality, like fresh whipped cream, that beautifully compliments the ever-present note of citron, juniper berry and vanilla. As it cools, the cup blossoms into notes of confectioner’s sugar, rosehips, and soft raisin, resonating on a pristine finish with a touch of milk chocolate.”

It almost sounds too delicious to be the product of a band, but this could be the perfect holiday gift to inspire that musician in your life.

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