French Market Coffee & Chicory, City Roast(Dark Roast), 16-Ounce Cans (Pack of 3)

Greetings from New Orleans! In 1890, the first can of French Market Coffee & Chicory roasted, blended and packaged. The Bartlett and Dodge families, incorporated as the American Coffee Company, moved that famous coffee to 800 Magazine Street in 1941. In this post-Katrina age of fascination with our city and its history, we recognize the strength of our 117 years of calling New Orleans home. Our customers are fiercely loyal, both individually and institutionally. We are enjoyed in the iconic restaurants of a city known for its cuisine. This “Who We Are” is part of what inspires the loyalty we strive to live up to day after day and year after year. A family company in every sense of the word, we’ve been fortunate enough to keep our employees with us for years … some have even stuck with us for decades!

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  • Our classic blend of Coffee & Chicory with a darker roast for New Orleanian taste buds.

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3 Responses to “French Market Coffee & Chicory, City Roast(Dark Roast), 16-Ounce Cans (Pack of 3)”

  1. <path_to_url> A. Monahan "coffee lover"

    Great coffee, good price, fast free delivery French Market is our favorite coffee, discovered on a New Orleans trip. Local supermarkets don’t carry it or carry only small numbers. We obtained it fast, less expensively and with free shipping through Amazon. French Market’s a robust blend (try putting a sprinkle of cinnamon on the coffee before perking) and a real 16- ounce can (unlike the 11 to 13 ounce of other brands). It makes twice the amount of popular labels (one rounded scoop per two cups) and is a great bargain and terrific coffee. We’ll be orering again!

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  2. <path_to_url> Keith "SkydivingNerd"

    I’ve Tried Serveral – This is the BEST I’ve never been a fan of strong coffee or a coffee snob but after visiting New Orleans I got hooked on C&C (coffee and chicory). I started out with the medium-dark Creole roast (I called the company and found out that Creole Roast in the red can and Restaurant Blend in the white can are both the same exact medium-dark roast C&C – the can thing is just done for marketing).Just for fun I tried a can of the dark roast (City Roast) C&C and to my surprise found I enjoy it more than the medium-dark roast. For comparison I then tried a can of the Cafe du Monde C&C which is also a dark roast and it isn’t nearly as good (had kind of a burnt taste) as the French Market City Roast.Also found that if you make the French Market City Roast a little strong it has kind of a chocolate taste to it. I’ve read that C&C has chocolate undertones but never tasted it until I made the dark roast a little stronger than I usually do.

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  3. <path_to_url> Glen M. Couvillion "Katrina Survivor"

    The real deal. I love most of the New Orleans/Louisiana coffees — Community, French Market, CDM etc. but this is the one closest to what my Grammaw Couvillion used to brew up each morning. Dark and delicious. Not a bad price either. I can buy it at my local store but it’s $8.99 each there so I just order it.

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