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Fall into Fresh Coffee with Lost City Café

Happy Fall Y'all! Lost City Library is excited to be back after a summer break! We hope everyone discovered good books, fresh coffee and enjoyed a cigar or three. Lost City Cafe is your home to the freshest coffee on the planet. Lost City Café ethically sources its coffee from only the most eco-friendly, sustainable farms in the world!


We've partnered up with 2 amazing community organizations! Since 1908, the men and women of the Good Intent Hose Co., take pride in their department and the Village of Llewellyn & all of Branch Township, Pa. Fuel each day with our extra caffeinated blend. "Five Alarm" is a medium roast Breakfast Blend Plus Robusta for extra Caffeine. "No Hose Like Llewellyn Hose." Celebrate 113 Years of brave service of so many volunteers in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania.

Roast: Medium

House Breakfast Blend Plus Robusta for Extra Caffeine.

The Minersville, PA., Free Public Library was established in 1934 (in conjunction with the Community Center) through the efforts of the Minersville Welfare Association with financial aid from the Federal Government, through the Educational and Recreational Division of the re-employment services during the Roosevelt Administration. Minersville Library's "Miner's Blast" is a medium roast breakfast blend from South America. For more information on community involvement, partnership opportunities, & fundraising for organizations, visit www.lostcitycafe.com

Something sinister is brewing at Lost City Café!

Discover our Evil Pumpkin line of fresh coffee and devilishly hot merchandise. Our seasonal favorite is available year-round. The all-natural flavoring has hints of pumpkin, cinnamon, and nutmeg combined with a deep medium roast arabica coffee. All of our flavored coffees start as specialty-grade single-origin coffee roasted in small batches to a smooth medium. Each order is then carefully flavored with high-quality flavoring oils while still warm.

To explore our podcasts, merchandise, coffee, videos, and more, visit www.thelostcitylibrary.com


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