Amber Bean Coffee

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AmberBeanCoffee.com Goes Live, Founder Unsupportive.

Dec 10

Amber Bean Coffee will begin selling coffee and coffee-related products online amid rumors that founder Ms. Amber Bean is rarely consulted on marketing issues.

Amber Bean Coffee launched a new website today. The coffee company has been the laughingstock of the coffee industry because, until today, they had failed to embrace the internet. Comments made by founder Amber Bean to a grand jury in 2005 fueled the ridicule. She was quoted in national media as saying, "I do not believe in the internet because I am an extrovert. We will exclusively sell our coffee on the extronet." In a recent appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman, she told Mr. Letterman, "Why would anyone want to be on the web. Webs are sticky and nasty and make you flap around like you're crazy if you walk through one."

The company today announced that they will begin selling coffee and coffee-related products online. The announcement did not include comments from founder Bean, who continues to publicly denounce the internet. Disgruntled sources inside the company who wish to remain nameless in spite of their vast numbers say that Ms. Bean is rarely consulted on marketing issues.

Amber Bean Coffee is known as a purveyor of coffee to people with indiscrimintaing taste. It was founded by Ms. Amber Bean as a tribute to her father. For more information, call 877-AMBERBEAN.