Texans can buy 12th Man Coffee in select retailers beginning in June
The Center for Coffee Research and Education — a program of the Norman Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture of Texas A&M AgriLife — has announced the 12th Man Coffee project. The project involves three Texas A&M University-branded roasts. The roasts honor Aggie traditions and support small coffee farmers in Central America and the coffee center itself.
“The 12th Man Coffee is a way to help support small coffee farmers, pursue the Borlaug Institute’s mission to help elevate small-holder producers out of poverty, and help the coffee center continue its research into sustainable coffee,” said Eric Brenner, program coordinator for the Center for Coffee Research and Education.
The 12th Man Coffee project coffees will be available in 9 oz. bags in select Texas retailers beginning in June. Texans can purchase the coffee at H-E-B, Brookshire Brothers and the Stella Hotel in the Bryan-College Station area, as well as some H-E-B stores in Houston.