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4of 4voted this as helpful.
European boldness at its best!
PostedNovember 16, 2011
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FromPasadena, TX
Age:Over 65
Gender:Male
Drink Gevalia:All the time
Length of use:So long I can't remember
Take Gevalia:Black
Dark roast has long been my ultimate favorite from Gevalia. After a short stay in Denmark, I realized that the stronger, bolder coffees common to northern Europe suited my taste better than anything else.
Never bitter, I grind my beans very fine to get the most of this robust coffee. Good any season, any time, any temperature, it has remained the first coffee I turn to when I want a superb cup of coffee.
Yes, I recommend this product.
 
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Full bodied Decafs

I have been getting Gevalia's Decaf Breakfast Blend for awhile but am looking for something with more pizazz. I have tasted very good decaf coffees in some of the more upscale restaurants. They are full bodied with lots of flavor, but are not bitter. Would you please recommend which of your decaf coffees would be full bodied with lots of flavor but not bitter?
Slim,
I would go with the Dark Roast. If you grind your own beans, I would grind them very fine, unles you are using a French Coffee Press.
And you can always try the Espresso Roast! I have used that for lattee and brewed coffee.
2 years, 9 months ago
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Beartrap24
Pasadena, TX