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The best basic coffee on the market.
PostedApril 24, 2013
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FromMidlothian, TX, USA
Age:Over 65
Gender:Male
Drink Gevalia:Morning
Length of use:So long I can't remember
Take Gevalia:Other
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This coffee is an excellent one for: it's not too dark nor too light, just right. It's not bitter, not sweet, just right. I could go on. But you get the picture. It can be mixed with any other "off the shelf" coffee to improve the taste of the "off the shelf" brand. [That's my way of saving some money.] But for a Sunday morning relaxing cup. Peruvian Organic is perfect. Now - bring back the whole bean. You grind it too fine. I know, you grind it that way for your pots. But I use several different kinds of pots, including French Press, old fashioned drip, boiled in a pot over a camp fire, etc. So try and keep this in stock as whole bean. Seriously, there's nothing like it. Not even Kona.
Yes, I recommend this product.
 
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Is Peruvian Organic gone forever?

I see the Peruvian Organic Gevalia is not currently available. I'd like to know if this is just a temporary situation or if Gevalia will no longer offer this coffee. In my opinion, this is the smoothest coffee I've ever had, and yet it has a full flavor - if you sell it again, it will be purchased!
Peruvian Organic is back, but only ground. I want the whole bean. And I agree, it's the best coffee on the market, bar none. I prefer it to "Kona" and a lot of other "expensive" brands. High quality. I wonder if the people of Peru know and that's a good idea. Tell us more about the origin and how they bring it to market.
1 year, 3 months ago
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Midlothian, TX, USA