Cafe Fair Guatemalan 12oz

Smooth and light fair trade Guatemalan coffee with good brightness. The Beaujolais of coffee. If you're looking for bigger bags of organic coffee or a darker roast, try out organic coffee beans in bulk!

Guatemalan Organic coffee, Smithsonian Bird Friendly, & Fairtrade America

 

Cafe Fair Guatemalan 12oz - Espresso (I) - $7.50

Cafe Fair Guatemalan 12oz - Drip-fine (H) - $7.50

Cafe Fair Guatemalan 12oz - Drip-Auto (F) - $7.50

Cafe Fair Guatemalan 12oz - Perc (B) - $7.50

Cafe Fair Guatemalan 12oz - Whole Bean - $7.50

Smooth and light Guatemalan coffee with good brightness. The Beaujolais of coffee. 

Organic coffee, Smithsonian Bird Friendly, & Fairtrade America Certified coffee.

https://nationalzoo.si.edu/scbi/migratorybirds/coffee/

http://www.fairtradeamerica.org/

    • Love It!

      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
      May 30, 2013
    • Denise Packel

    • I have tried many coffees now that I grind my own at home and this one is my favorite as of right now. Very smooth, not bitter at all. Love it!

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    • Good Coffee

      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
      May 22, 2008
    • Sheena Rohrbach

    • This coffee was as described.
      It is smooth and LIGHT.

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    • The BEST!!!

      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
      January 11, 2016
    • Ron

    • I absolutely insist on grinding my own beans at home right before brewing a pot of coffee, as I found that one practice to be extremely beneficial in regards to enjoying a superior cup. A lot of whole bean brands I used to buy are now only available as pre-ground, and so I simply refuse to buy them. But the practice of selling pre-ground coffee has become so widespread, that I was starting to despair that I wouldn't be able to grind my own beans any longer. While trying, in vain, to find a bag of whole beans at my local Jewel grocery store, I happened across a Cafe Fair display in the produce section, and was happy to see several bags of whole bean coffee for sale. I had never heard of Cafe Fair before, so decided to try a bag of Guatemalan. The results have been spectacular! Quite simply, the best tasting cup of coffee I've ever brewed at home. Now Cafe Fair is pretty much all I buy. At the end of the day, a coffee lives or dies in my home based on taste, and taste alone. Cafe Fair greatly exceeds my expectations in this regard, and as long as they supply bags of whole beans, I will keep buying.

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