Eight O’Clock Coffee, 100% Colombian Ground, 33-Ounce Bag

Eight O’Clock Coffee: A century and a half of expertise in every bag. Every time you brew a pot of Eight O’Clock Coffee you expect it to be great. And you are not disappointed – because we put a century and a half of expertise into every bag.

Eight O'Clock 100% Colombian ground coffeeEight O’Clock 100% Colombian ground coffee is the finest blend of award winning 100% Colombian coffee beans–medium roast with a lingering sweet finish. So rich and full-bodied, you will understand why Arabica beans from Columbia are so sought after. This is sold in a 33-ounce bag.

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Eight O’Clock started as a store brand way back in 1859 when the Great Atlantic & Pacific Company opened its doors and the whole bean coffee that would later become Eight O’Clock was among its signature products. By the 1930s Eight O’Clock reigned supreme as the #1 coffee brand in the US. During this time, one out of every four cups of coffee consumed was Eight O’Clock. Today this remains as America’s best-selling whole bean coffee and is the fourth largest national coffee brand in terms of volume.

Every time you brew a pot of Eight O’Clock coffee, you expect it to be great. And, you are not disappointed–because they put a century and a half of expertise into every bag.

Product Features

  • Finest blend of award winning 100% Colombian coffee beans
  • Sold in a 33-ounce bag
  • Tastes great every time you brew because it has a century and a half of expertise into every bag
  • Enjoy this medium roast with a lingering sweet finish
  • Today Eight O?Clock is America?s best-selling whole bean coffee

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3 Responses to “Eight O’Clock Coffee, 100% Colombian Ground, 33-Ounce Bag”

  1. <path_to_url> Ron Viereck

    Great Coffee, Unlike Starbucks I agree 100% with “nuttinbutdtruth”–this coffee is great and, thankfully, does not have the Starbucks “burnt” flavor which comes from roasting the beans to a higher internal bean temperature (i.e., burning them). The Eight O’ Clock 100% Colombian coffee is smooth with a real coffee flavor. I have also bought Eight O’ Clock Original coffee, and it tastes similar to the Colombian–both are great tasting and apparently are American Roast (“American Roast is a light to medium roast…This roast results in a full bodied, acidic cup of coffee.”).Starbucks coffee, on the other hand, tastes to me like French Roast (“French roast is similar to Espresso roast only a little bit darker. This roasting style produces a full bodied coffee that has low acidity and a dominating bittersweet flavor.”) or maybe Italian Roast (“Italian roasted coffee beans are nearly completely black in color. This roasting style produces a coffee that is very weak bodied with strong burnt flavors and low acidity.”). Each to their own, but according to many coffee experts, “…acidity is a good thing when it comes to coffee”, and as stated on one coffee website: “In actuality the medium roast better preserves the true coffee bean as the darker roasts burn off some of the natural coffee oils and cause it to have a harsher taste. The medium roasts allow you to better savoir the way the coffee bean was intended to taste.” Also, according to the same website: “A darker roast can actually make a lower quality coffee bean taste better. The bean no longer relies on the flavors from its origin and leans more on the burnt flavor that results from the darker roasting process.”According to another coffee website: “Maximum aroma and flavor, is generally found at the lighter end of the dark range. At the darkest end of the dark range, coffee has lost all of its acidity and has a distinctly burnt flavor.” And according to Wikipedia: “At lighter roasts, the bean will exhibit more of its ‘origin flavor’; the flavors created in the bean by the soil and weather conditions in the location where it was grown. Coffee beans from famous regions like Java, Kenya, Hawaiian Kona, and Jamaican Blue Mountain are usually roasted lightly so their signature characteristics dominate the flavor. As the beans darken to a deep brown, the origin flavors of the bean are eclipsed by the flavors created by the roasting process itself. At darker roasts, the ‘roast flavor’ is so dominant that it can be difficult to distinguish the origin of the beans used in the roast.”As a fan of American Roast coffee with a truer coffee bean flavor, I think this Eight O’ Clock 100% Colombian coffee is extremely hard to beat. It is also reasonably priced.

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  2. <path_to_url> W. P. "nuttinbutdtruth"

    Absolutely Fabulous, but Starbucks fans look elsewhere This is without a doubt one of the best coffee’s out there. One poor review is from an admitted Starbuck fan who wants to taste the roast. I want to taste the coffee. It is a matter of preference and expectations.The sad state of coffee is the Starbucks syndrome of dark roasting. Yes, the dark roasting lends a flavor in addition to the coffee that, according to the popularity of Starbucks, appeals to many.I have seen many coffee boutiques offer fabulous medium roast coffee only to cave in to the demands of the Starbucks crowds and burn, uh, roast my favorites darker than I prefer.Not so with this Eight O’Clock delight. If you want more coffee than “roast” flavor, this is the drink for you! It takes a VERY high quality bean to stand up to a medium roast without tasting like wood or paper.If you want coffee that taste as good as it smells, and are not looking for the Starbucks burnt offerings, look no further.

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  3. <path_to_url> The Chebb

    Some of the best tasting smoothest coffee I’ve ever had! I heard about Eight O’ Clock’s Colombian ground coffee on a Consumer Reports radio segment, and I knew I had to try this. I’m the guy who buys the coffee for our office and I’m always on the lookout for something new for the staff to try, and this one was a BIG hit. Flavorful with a smooth richness one would expect from a more expensive brand but, without the price tag, and the burnt aftertaste of some of the other coffees to include Starbucks, this is one that made the office shortlist in well short order!

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