Dad’s Day Special

With father’s day fast approaching, it’s the time of year we pay extra special attention to dad.   Kaitryn’s dad taught her how to read through retelling the Harry Potter books every night. Christophe’s dad sat with him when he had an earache and taught him how to say thank you in four languages. Molly’s dad made a mean marinara, sang off-key, and enjoyed wearing socks with his Red Wing cowboy boots. Our dads have been there for us, and we cherish them. Haitian Fathers … Read More

Want to live longer? Drink (Haitian) Coffee

live longer, drink (Haitian) coffee

We’ve said it before — coffee is good for you* *as long as you keep our the good stuff … you know, sugar, cream, booze. Two new 2017 studies say drinking coffee daily leads to a longer life.  Over half a million people across 10 European countries participated in one study.  The second study focused on hundreds of non-white participants.  Both revealed coffee may significantly reduce a person’s risk of mortality (fancy word for death). People who drank 2 cups of coffee daily had an … Read More

March Madness on Haitian coffee, nibs & chocolate

Haitian coffee sale online

March Madness :  Gwo Cheval, Cacao Nibs & Haitian Chocolate Remember how last month you were thoughtful & spent all that time (and money) buying gifts for others? Welcome to March. Indulge in our totally mad offer & Haiti’s small producers win :  a 12 ounce bag of premium coffee (Big Horse / Gwo Cheval), a full pound of roasted nibs & our 3 best selling chocolate bars:   plain, lemon-ginger & cinnamon-cayenne. 35 bucks — includes SHIPPING Buy today –> March Madness Tidbits: The odds of filling … Read More

The Moment the Sun Stood Still

winter solstice haitian coffee

Welcome to winter — the 2016 solstice. We’re celebrating the shortest day of the year at Singing Rooster with a LONG DEAL on coffee & chocolate. 10 things you didn’t know about the Winter solstice: The Latin word solstice means ‘sun stands still.’ During a solstice, the sun appears to remain still — at noon. Most count the entire day as the solstice, but it’s a mere moment. In 2016, it came at 4:44 AM CST. The entire world experiences the solstice at the exact same moment. Different seasons are not defined … Read More