The joe about nothing: ‘Seinfeld’ inspires coffee collection

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For those who have been drinking in Seinfeld repeats since the Emmy-winning show went off the air in 1998, you can now do it literally.

The company Bean Box has created the official Seinfeld Coffee Collection. Pretty apt — albeit arguably very late — for a show in which Monk’s Diner was a staple.

According to the company, they’ve curated coffee from the nation’s best roasters to “embody the complex and quirky personalities of New York’s most relatable group of friends.”

Included in the collection is “a spicy and chocolaty medium roast” called Elaine’s Little Kicks and a “dark, rich” blend called George’s “Serenity Now.”

Also up for grabs are Jerry’s Diner Blend, a Brazilian coffee with “notes of chocolate, brown sugar and roasted almonds,” and Kramer’s Giddy-Up, an Ethiopian blend, fittingly for the show’s fruit fan, that has notes of “mango, papaya and citrus.”

Not included, interestingly, is decaf — which TV Jerry drank — or Elaine’s favorite, Arabian Mocha Java, a blend so strong she once referred to it as “PLO blend.”

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