Even if you've never watched "Gilmore Girls" — who are you!? — you've probably heard by now that the mother-daughter duo are both big caffeine addicts.
Rory and Lorelai's coffee habit averages about five a day, we'd guess (if you must know, the final tally is 503 cups over the entire seven season series, according toForever Adult) and is only rivaled by the massive amounts of junk food they also put away daily.
Predictably, the excitement over the Netflix's revival of "Gilmore Girls" on Nov. 25 has brought a string of coffee- and food-related gimmicks, from Luke's Diner coffeeshop takeovers to ice cream flavor contests.
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Here's the latest: online coffee subscription service Boca Java has created a line of "Gilmore Girls"-inspired roasts calledThe Stars Hollow Coffee Club. Even though the Gilmore ladies were loyal to the coffee at Luke's (which has been identified as San Francisco's Hill Bros. Coffee), it's fun to let your imagination run wild (coffee will help with that).
The varieties, which go for $7.99 for an 8-ounce package, include Luke's No-Nonsense Special (medium roast), Mrs. Kim-Approved Dark Roast and Sookie's Gourmet Blend (flavors of vanilla, caramel and Kahlua).
Now you know what to serve at your upcoming "Gilmore Girls" watch party.