Coffee Masters Around The World In Twelve Coffees Variety Pack, 1.5-Ounce Packets (Pack of 12)

Let the adventure begin! From deepest Africa to mysterious Indonesia to the sunny Caribbean, pursue the passion of a great cup of coffee. Our leather-look bound travel journal takes you on a tasting tour of 12 outstanding coffees. Contains one Perfect Potful packet each of Colombian Supremo, Costa Rican Tarrazzu, Kona Blend, Jamaican Blend, Haitian Bleu, Indian Mysore, Sumatra Mandheling, Guatemala Antigua, Ethiopian Harrar, Mexican Altura Coatepec, Brazil Santos, and Zimbabwe Chipinga.

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  • One leather-look bound travel journal filled with twelve, 1.5-ounce packets of outstanding coffee from around the world
  • Perfect Potful packet each of Colombian Supremo, Costa Rican Tarrazzu, Kona Blend, Jamaican Blend, Haitian Bleu, Indian Mysore, Sumatra Mandheling, Guatemala Antigua, Ethiopian Harrar, Mexican Altura Coatepec, Brazil Santos, and Zimbabwe Chipinga

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3 Responses to “Coffee Masters Around The World In Twelve Coffees Variety Pack, 1.5-Ounce Packets (Pack of 12)”

  1. <path_to_url> E. Swope

    A nice ‘get acquainted’ variety pack I have been trying to replace my former supplier of single-origin coffee (which raised its shipping prices five fold!) here on Amazon, without too much luck up until now. Can’t say I didn’t try. I have 20 lbs of coffee; sinlge origin beans I love, BUT the roaster has maybe gone to roasting more than they can handle? The beans taste burnt, leave a bitter after taste.I had some qualms about ordering from coffee masters given the number of flavored coffees they carry, which generally indicates either inferior beans, or that they are producing for a clientele which does not know coffee. Because of this I was wary of ordering and got this sampler, *hoping*, as noone had yet described the contents, that it would not contain any flavored coffee. and, I am happy to report, it does not.For those of you as baffled as I as to what is in the box, here it is:Brazilian SantosColumbian HuilaCosta rican TerrazuEthiopian (Mocha) Harrar”euro Espresso” blendFrench roast blendGuatamalan “Amatitlan”Hawaiian blendKenya AALouisiana blendMexican “Coatepec”Sumatra MandheelingThus far i have only tried 2; the Ethiopian and thr Brazillian Santos, and, overall i am impressed, It is beyond the shadow of a doubt the best of what I have purchased on Amazon, and I have read dozens and dozens of reviews to avoid getting another 5,10, 15 pound of mediocre burned coffee.While the Ethiopian was not the very best I have had, it is right up there.The Brazilian really surprised me. I basically never buy light roast, do not like “weak” coffee, but this was most excellent; not weak but smooth, full, well rounded. I am off to change my subscriptions. I think I have found myself a roaster here at last!and, now that I know what they can do will be ordering the whole bean., which I expect to be better still. (if it is the same, I will still be very happy)

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  2. <path_to_url> S. Weiss "shwony"

    This is some GOOD coffee! A little more expensive than I usually buy, but this was on Manager’s Special at Amazon, so I had to try it. Outstanding coffee. Each packet makes an 8-10 cup pot, depending on how strong you like it — I used 9 cups, making a stong, but not overwhelming brew. The variety ranges from Kenya AA to Hawaiian to Louisiana Blend, etc. If you appreciate good coffee you won’t regret buying this.

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  3. <path_to_url> shoe_blue

    Bought as a gift I bought this as a gift for my husband’s colleague, and wow did it smell great! I was tempted to keep it, but we’ll have to order another one for ourselves sometime. THe packaging is really nice and makes for a nice gift for coffee lovers.

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