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 Peruvian Organic
Peruvian Organic
Peruvian Organic
 
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5of 5voted this as helpful.
Love at first sip!
PostedFebruary 11, 2012
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Age:55-64
Gender:Male
Drink Gevalia:All the time
Length of use:So long I can't remember
Take Gevalia:Black
Peruvian Organic is the only coffee I order, after trying many others, just to make sure it actually is the best in my opinion. I am certain that other coffees have their fans, but I have found the best in Peruvian Organic Whole Bean. I worry, sometimes, that too many others will share my opinion about this wonderful coffee that demand will exceed supply and I will be forced to pay increasingly higher prices for this, the best coffee I have ever tasted.
Yes, I recommend this product.
 
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 Peruvian Organic
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Please publish Peruvian Organic details...

I am sipping this coffee as I write and it occured to me that if you have details about the location and people who cultivate this wonderful coffee, it would add so much to the whole experience of enjoying Peruvian Organic, the best coffee I have ever had in my life. I am an organic gardener who has to work outside of horticulture, so whenever I get the chance at home, I brew up a small pot of Peruvian Organic and then tend to my plants. It is hard to explain, but I feel very close to Nature at these times. But I am rambling... my main message is that if if you include a section on your website about the coffee's "birthplace", it might benefit many of your customers and, perhaps, even lead to increased sales, sice we could refer friends to your site. Thanks for listening. Steve
2 years, 8 months ago
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