Friday, April 3, 2009

Industrial Joe coffee review

First of all a big thanks for the wonderful girls over at Extraordinary Moms for hooking me up with this opportunity. Check them out!

I had the chance to review Industrial Joe coffee and despite my hesitation to give up my bland and boring store brand coffee (bought for budget purposes) I decided to give the Bold Roast Ethiopia a try!

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Ahhh.... my nose was the first one to perk up and take notice...it smelled DIVINE! I was hoping that the taste could live up to the smell. I was not disappointed! This is what Industrial Joe had to say about this blend:

One of our favorite coffees, it is grown at an altitude of over 5000 feet, hence, the beans are quite small and the flavors and aroma very concentrated. You will notice the Blueberry and sweet, citrus-like acidity. Ethiopia is the land where wild coffee was originally cultivated, fertilized naturally with bananas and other fruit shade trees.

WOW! I feel very high class and very Cosmopolitan now. Thank you Industrial Joe!

There are may other blends and strengths. Wanna try a few? Then get the mild/medium/bold Sample Pack

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All in all, I was impressed by the aroma and the flavour. It was bold, but not bitter. I enjoyed every drop and I think you should head on over and try Industrial Joe coffee yourself!

7 comments:

Kathy B! said...

This sounds great! I love coffee and I'm always on the look out for reasonably priced and delicious coffees. I'm totally going to try the sample pack. Thanks for the head's up!

Simply AnonyMom said...

What a fun review! Makes my Folgers seem not so good this AM, lol.

Saundra@ItalianMamaGoneCrazy said...

I LOVE the smell of coffee!

I wish it were perfume!!!!

Susan said...

I just ran out of my Industrial Joe Coffee. Needless to say I had an IV of the stuff hooked up to me lol.

blueviolet said...

Blueberry undertones, yummy!

Lana said...

I haven't had coffee in two days and this is making me DROOL!

Stacy (the Random Cool Chick) said...

Great review, Mimi! That coffee sounds heavenly! :)