There’s a Coffee Collection Inspired by “Seinfeld,” with Roasts in Honor of All 4 Main Characters

published Jun 5, 2022
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Seinfeld coffee
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Now that Father’s Day is officially around the bend, you’re surely thinking about the best gift to celebrate dear old dad — or any of the important guys in your life — this year. If your pops is still religiously watching “Seinfeld” reruns on repeat, you’re officially in luck, because Bean Box has just released a limited-edition “Seinfeld” coffee collection ($28) in honor of the classic ‘90s sitcom. And yes, each of the four unique blends is inspired by the series’ main characters: Jerry, Elaine, Kramer, and George.

Available for preorder now (with guaranteed arrival by June 14, just in time for Father’s Day on June 19), you’ll get your choice of four whole bean or freshly ground 1.8 ounce bags of artisan coffee, each inspired by the famous fictional pals.

Among the specialty flavors you’ll find Jerry’s Diner Blend, a smooth and sippable Brazilian blend with notes of brown sugar, roasted almonds, and chocolate; Kramer’s Giddy Up, a light bright Ethiopian blend with notes of mango, papaya, and citrus; George’s Serenity Now, a dark and toasty blend with some sweetness thanks to notes of molasses and bittersweet chocolate; and Elaine’s Little Kicks, a spicy yet sweet Mexican coffee blend with plenty of kick thanks to notes of cocoa and cinnamon.

Of course, no morning coffee is complete without the perfect mug, and thankfully Amazon has got plenty of quirky options inspired by the series that make the perfect complement to your Bean Box bags.

And if you really want to win Dad over with your Seinfeld coffee knowledge, you can share a cup together as you mull over thoughts from the man himself about his coffee preferences. Turns out, he never even drank coffee on the set of the series, and didn’t begin the habit until he started touring years after the show ended. As of 2013, he told NPR that he likes an espresso with milk and sugar, adding, “Coffee’s all good. It’s all good. As long as it’s fresh, it’s good. And it’s always fresh in New York. … I think we’re a more productive society as a result.”