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Coffee for a cause - Around the Arch
March 2013 Issue
Whether you drink it black or doctored with cream and sugar, now your coffee can benefit UGA’s Department of Psychology. The department partnered with Athens-based Jittery Joe’s to create a new coffee blend called Freudian Drip. The Viennese roast is described as “a dream blend that anybody can interpret: smooth, full-bodied and designed to facilitate introspection and thoughtful discussion.” The creation process included a blind taste test with students, and the label depicts Sigmund Freud smoking a cigar. Proceeds help the department fund programs, lectures, scholarships and travel for students and faculty. To purchase, visit the online store at http://www.jitteryjoes.com (a 12-ounce can is $11.99) or visit the Jittery Joe’s roaster on East Broad Street in Athens.
Read full article at http://uga.edu/gm/ee/index.php?/single/2013/03/1778/.
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