Thursday, February 5, 2009

Eight O'Clock Coffee

In blind taste tests, Eight O'Clock 100% Colombian is praised for its smooth, bold flavor. Tasters appreciate its toasty aroma and nuttiness. It's neither too dark nor too light, with good body, especially considering its… low price. Eight O'Clock uses 100% Arabica beans, which are considered more flavorful than cheaper Robusta beans used in most supermarket coffee. However, one review comments that the taste can vary from batch to batch.

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1 comment:

  1. Just in case the amount of caffeine varies batch to batch, consider trying Eight O'Clock's unleaded verson, which tastes good too. This is a particularly good idea if you have started to sneeze with your eyes OPEN. This is not good (unless you're driving). You really know that you've had way too much caffeine when you start chewing on OTHER people's fingernails. Before Juan Valdez names his donkey after you, relax and have a laugh reading:’ve-had-too-much-coffee.html