Widespread Panic Collabs With Jittery Joe’s on New Coffee Blend

Athens-based coffee roaster Jittery Joe’s has announced it will continue its series of collaborations with local musicians with Up All Night, a blend created in partnership with local jam legends Widespread Panic.

No word on when the coffee will hit stores, but tomorrow, Apr. 20, Jittery Joe’s will announce the winners of its VIP Early Access contest, which includes a pre-release batch of the new blend, as well as Widespread swag.

In a press release, the company describes Up All Night as an “incredibly drinkable blend [that] combines beans from Kenya, Brazil and Ecuador. [With a] full body, medium acidity and a very, long finish, it has notes of Concord grape and citrus peel.”

The very nice-looking can, seen above, features a new illustration by artist Jeff Wood, who has long provided Widespread with its heady visuals.


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