I know, I know. I has been ages since I've posted anything. As I mentioned recently, I'm at the bottom of the pile of wheels around here. This coffee and tea wheel isn't very old. I bought it at a Peet's in San Francisco about 15 years ago or so. This is made of a heavy, flexible plastic and measures 10.75 inches across.
Only someone who collects wheels would buy one of these things, I think. I'm sure all of this information is on their website. Or you could go to a Peet's and ask to see the house wheel.
How I remember enjoying delicious Garuda and Major Dickason's blends! If you find yourself at a Peet's (they're, at least, in Northern California), you will be served a coffee so strong that you'll feel a brief buzzing right between the eyes on first sip. Starbucks would do well to learn from Peet's example.
(For Austinites: I'm told that the founder of Anderson's here learned his trade from Mr. Peet.)