Zoka Provides a Year’s Supply of Coffee to One Dedicated NPR Listener

That's right. A whole year of spectacular, savory, sweet-smelling, soul-warming Zoka coffee delivered to your door. Why? Because you love your coffee. And you love your public radio.

Fresh Air alongside a fresh refill of Costa Rica Calle De Copey Cup of Excellence.

This American Life and a percolating pot of Espresso Paladino.

Midday Jazz mixed with a mug of Organic Ethiopia Sidamo.

A brewed combination too sweet to be true? Face it - you've always wished you could muse over All Things Considered while you sip on your favorite Zoka brew, but just never got around to stocking up on those perfectly-roasted beans.

The good news

Zoka is donating a year long, three-bags-per-month supply of coffee to the Western Sates Public Radio Online Auction (WSPROA), to be awarded to the highest bidder. The coffee is "roaster's choice," so bidders know they are going to receive the best, most delectable, Zoka-roastmaster-approved blends with each delivery. Are your taste buds doing the tango yet?

How you can get your hands on such awesomeness

The WSPROA opens bidding on Thursday, February 18 and runs through Saturday, February 27. All proceeds will benefit partner public radio stations.

Register to enter bidding and, starting February 15, be sure to check out all the fantastic donations given by local and regional business that are almost as cool as Zoka.

Here is the Zoka bid page - check it out and place your own bid! You won't be able to resist...

Until next time, coffee lovers. Stay tuned!