Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Grounds for Change Coffee Review


Coffee Coffee and more Coffee!  Yummy! 

I was sent a 3-Pack coffee gifts Sampler from Grounds for Change coffee to Review!  Grounds for Change is a family owned and operated coffee roasting business located in the Pacific Northwest. They roast their 100% Fair Trade, Organic coffee in small batches to ensure that their customers receive the freshest coffee possible.

The three coffee's in my sampler included:

1) Peru "Cafe Femenino":  Dark roast, chocolate aroma and grown by women! I loved the clean, low acidity of this darker roast coffee. It was my favorite of all that I sampled! I'm a huge dark roast fan so this one was rockin' sweet in my coffee cup!



2) Agate Pass Blend: Medium-Dark roast, rich full body with a syrupy finish.  This coffee has caramel, almond and chocolate notes.  It is a smooth,  anytime coffee.  I like to drink this one after dinner when I'm needing something extra after a fine meal.



3) Mexico "Cafe Femenino":  Medium roast, bright and clean, nutty flavor and grown by women!  I enjoyed this coffee in the morning.  


Click to read more about the women coffee growers! Very fascinating! If you are a coffee drinker or buy gifts for coffee lovers, their site is for YOU!  They have coffee, coffee gifts, coffee of the month club and more! Go check them out!

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1 comment:

heartnsoulcooking said...

I'm not a really big coffee drinker, but my hubby has to have his daily 2 cups. Sometimes I will drink a cup with sugar and whipped cream. I like the idea that the Peru "Cafe Femenino" and "Mexico "Cafe Femenino"is grown bt women, but I think the Agate Pass Blend would be my favorite. The sound of caramel, almond and chocolate notes is right up my alley.

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