Two Volcanoes Coffee Review #twovolcanoes


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Two Volcanoes’ Guatemalan Gourmet Whole Bean Coffee

I love Coffee and I have it several times a day. So when I was chosen to review Two Volcanoes’ Guatemalan Whole Bean Coffee I was super excited. I couldn’t wait for it to arrive. First let me tell you I prefer whole bean coffee over already ground coffee. To me grinding my coffee immediately before brewing gives it a fresher, richer and bolder taste. 

This coffee is 100% Guatemala Arabica coffee. It has a full body, medium roast and smooth flavor. One thing that I noticed and loved is that it doesn’t leave that bitterness that some coffees leave.  This coffee will wake up your taste buds with an explosion of flavor. This is an excellent blend! From start to finish my craving for coffee was satisfied with every single cup. It’s smooth taste and delightful aroma make it a welcome part of my morning routine. I also found it perfect for my after dinner cup of joe. This is awesome coffee. I share it with friends and family when they come over and I get great comments as to how wonderful it is. I will recommend this coffee to everyone. 

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Product Description

1 Bag of 16 oz (1 pound) of Two Volcanoes Whole Bean Coffee – This is Guatemalan Gourmet Medium Roast, Whole Bean Coffee – Exclusive and Rare Single Origin Coffee From San Marcos, Guatemala. Cultivated, Processed & Packed in Origin to Guarantee Best Possible Flavor and Freshness. Possibly the Best Tasting Coffee You Have Ever Tried.

This unbelievably delicious coffee is available on Amazon.


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