Trader Joe’s COLOMBIA SUPREMO COFFEE


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Columbian coffee is historically one of the most famous producers in the world.

Trader Joe’s carries so many coffees. If you want one of the best all-around coffee’s that Trader Joe’s carries, I would say this is the one to buy. Trader Joe’s COLOMBIA SUPREMO coffee just hits all the right notes of everything most people love, plus is one of the most reasonable coffee buys there to boot. This coffee is very well balanced, robust with a mild acidity and just the most lovely aroma when you grind it up. Not too mention those two colorful, beautiful TOUCANS on the label on the can! TJ’s Colombian Supremo comes as whole beans in a medium roast, and is perfectly roasted for almost all types of brewing methods: filter pour over, moka pot, drip, french press, V60, espresso makers. The huge 28 oz (which used to be 32!) container may seem a bit pricey at $14.99 however when you price it out, that comes to around $8 a pound, which is quite reasonable for a decent quality coffee like this. Since the can is so huge what I do to keep the beans as fresh as possible, is pour the beans into a few zip lock bags, get as much air out as possible and freeze them. Then I take them out of the freezer as I need them. Of course, grinding the beans just before brewing is ideal for maximum flavor and aroma and I recommend that if possible. Trader Joe’s 100% Arabica COLOMBIA SUPREMO Medium Roast Whole Bean Coffee, $14.99 for 28 oz.

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Stefano Giovannini
    Sep 02, 2022 @ 09:01:15

    Columbia is a university in NYC. Colombia is a country in South America. I guess you meant Colombia/Colombian, not Columbia/Columbian.

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  2. stefpix
    Sep 08, 2022 @ 02:40:34

    I tried tonight and it tastes amazing. Reminds me of some expensive Partners coffee without the price gouging. Usually I drink Lavazza Oro, this is smoother.
    I bought 2 small batch coffees from TJ. THE Azmari Guatemala and the Buunnii coffee, but I was unimpressed. Good, but not great.

    This Colombia is great. I wonder how the other large can of wake up blend is. The Colombia may be a bit too smooth. But I have a bag of Lavazza Top Class, medium roast but a bit too high on the Robusta (40%). So I thing mixing 50/50 this Colombia and Lavazza Top Class will be very nice.

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