100% Arabica Coffee
When Oma craves a cup of coffee, she demands a quality cup of coffee. Coffee quality depends on a combination of factors; however, fresh gourmet grounds tops my list.
That is why I love Brooklyn Bean Roastery Ground Coffee. Their 100% Arabica Coffee Beans capture the richness and flavor of coffee perfection maintained by utilizing five separate quality control checks.
You can tell that they live by their simple rule for good coffee making: “What you put into it is exactly what you’ll get out of it." Their goal is to consistently get the best-tasting cup of coffee around from their process.”
Oma was given the opportunity to taste three for the five flavors available: Breakfast Blend; Vanilla Skyline; and Fuhgeddaboutit. They were yummy!
About Brooklyn Bean Roastery
What we’re saying is… we demand the best of everything and don’t hesitate to tell you what’s what.Brooklyn Beans Roastery is the first independently owned, single-serve coffee company using ‘Roast2Cup’ technology, a process that ensures the best cup of coffee every time you brew. Not your everyday cuppa Joe, see?
- Breakfast Blend; a Light Roast Ground Coffee
- Corner Donut Shop; Medium Roast Ground Coffee
- Fuhgeddaboutit; a Dark Roast Ground Coffee
- Maple Sleigh; a Maple Flavored Ground Coffee
- Vanilla Skyline; a Vanilla Flavored Ground Coffee
About the Product
- Contains 100% Arabica Coffee
- Highest quality coffee beans
- Crafted with pride in the USA
- 12 Ounce Bag
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