Cameron’s Organic French Roast Whole Bean Coffee, 32-Ounce Bag

Since 1978, Cameron’s has been a name snynonymous with specialty coffee rich in flavor, yet subtle and complex. We purchase our specialty grade, arabica coffee beans from around the globe and “small batch” roast them to perfection in one of the finest roa

Product Features

  • Meeting strict environmental standards, our organic varieties have been grown and processed without use of pesticides, herbicide or chemicals
  • 100% Specialty Grade Arabica Coffee
  • Whole bean coffee
  • This coffee possesses a sharp, bittersweet tang

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3 Responses to “Cameron’s Organic French Roast Whole Bean Coffee, 32-Ounce Bag”

  1. <path_to_url> K. Smith

    Great coffee, great price I don’t think you can beat the value of this coffee, especially with the Subscribe and Save program! It is also a great French Roast with a full, deep flavor. It does not taste burnt like some of the Starbucks varieties, but is smooth and a little smokey. I like strong coffee, and so this is definitely the way to go for me. I’ve had compliments from visitors to our house on how good the coffee is, as well. I’m completely satisfied!

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  2. <path_to_url> Carpe Diem

    BEST COFFEE IVE EVER HAD I bought the coffee originally because i liked the idea of an organic coffee that was french roasted. i like a strong cup of coffee and this coffee provides that as well as one of the best aromas and tastes of any cup of coffee ive ever had. I use this coffee with an inexpensive grinder and a nice percolator. This coffee is absolutely worth the price.

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  3. <path_to_url> mean incognito monkey

    changed my rating..now it’s “not so much delish” well, I loved the stuff. I really did. I made pot after pot, day in day out and I was convinced this was the best coffee around. But the quality has veeeeeeeeeeery verrrrrrrrrrrrrrrry slowly been changing. Its good coffee, don’t get me wrong. But it’s no longer superior coffee. It has that awful back taste that lesser blends or not so fresh beans have…an ugly bite. No amount of french roasting will cover the fact that a bad bean is a bad bean.I can’t say it’s all bad. It’s just not superior. I hung in there for a while, even mixing it with an expresso bean to ramp it up. But all I see is that it makes the other coffee taste weak and bitter. So the search is on again.________________previous revue________________it’s got everything:rich roasted bean aroma before it’s ground.freshnessperfect oil balance (the beans SHINE like little patent leather shoes)perfect acid balancea touch of chocolate like flavorwineyfantastic coffee. Now I’m spoiled rotten. Had to make do with a lesser (although I used to think the lesser was good coffee but now pftt!) when I ran out, became miserable and surly without my morning perfect cup. and this IS the perfect cup of coffee.if you’re a coffee person, get yourself a coffee maker that grinds too, because no point in pregrinding and wrecking the perfection. if you’re gonna do it, do it right.

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