USDA Certified Organic and Fair Trade ground coffee. Full-bodied, dark roast, intensely flavorful and with a great aroma. Caffeine galore! Hand-selected beans and state-of-the-art roasting & packaging ensures flavor and freshness. Unconditional 100% refund if you don't like it.
Very strong brew, not for everyone. Expensive at nearly $20/lb.
Certified organic by California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF). 100% Arabica beans, GMO-free. Medium-dark roast, rich, smooth, and a hint of cocoa. Low acidity. Manufacturer acquires beans from Honduras, via Sharing Certified Program.
Another very popular organic coffee, but small percentage don't like the flavor.
100% Arabica and organic coffee beans. "Craft" roasted in an old-fashioned Probat drum roaster updated with modern fuel-efficient ribbon burners, for consistently superior roast. Smooth, rich flavor, with fruit and floral notes. Manufacturer claims partnership with the Mindo Cloudforest Foundation, supporting reforestation in Ecuador.
A minority didn't like it or think it was special. Costs about $13/lb.
An intensely flavorful organic coffee, USDA Certified Organic and Fair Trade Certified, with notes of dark cocoa and brown sugar. Manufacturer claims they select only the top 2% of all Arabica raw coffee beans worldwide, to ensure quality and flavor. Earth- and small farmer-conscious company.
On the expensive side at over $15/lb.
USDA certified 100% organic brew for single-cup pod brewers. Smooth, full-bodied, and hints of citrus. Certified kosher. 100% Arabica coffee beans, low acidity. Pods are composed of wood pulp lidding, a corn ring, and mesh coffee filter to be more environmentally friendly. Manufacturer gives back via community aid programs.
A few complaints of issues with the pods themselves – ability to compost, clogging the brewer.
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