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Friday, May 16, 2014

Seattle's Best Coffee Review! #GreatTaste

My name is Carolyn and I am a coffeeholic. There I said it. I love coffee. So when I had the opportunity to review Seattle's Best Coffee, of course, I jumped on it. I drink coffee everyday. Sometimes, I have 2 or 3 cups a day. It is one of my favorite beverages.

Seattle's best coffee is now available on grocery shelves. This is good news for us coffee-lovers. I have to admit that I had no idea what to expect from Seattle's Best Coffee. I am very picky about my coffee. I like a blend that is strong but not bitter. I like a smooth flavor.

Luckily, the Seattle's Best "Born In Seattle" coffee is very smooth. It is tasty and rich but leaves no bitter aftertaste. I really liked it. The "Spirited Start" was my favorite flavor. It had a robust flavor, a little nutty and very smooth. I like my coffee a little stronger than most so this blend is one that I would buy it again. 

I didn't know what to expect from Seattle's Best. I had always heard it was good but it is hard to find in my town. Now that I have tried it, I will definitely be looking for it. Both flavors are also available in K-cups. I love grinding my own coffee and brewing it but I also love having K-cups for those times I want just one cup of coffee.  

As a coffee snob, I don't always buy coffee off the grocery shelves but I liked Seattle's Best enough to make it one of those brands that I would buy. If you like coffee as much as I do, then you should check out Seattle's Best Coffee. 


  1. I haven't tried Seattle's Best yet either. I did see they have a frozen coffee mix that looks more appealing to me. :)

  2. I received a sample 2 days ago to try of their coffee so will be trying this myself soon. I hear it is good coffee

  3. Thanks for the review. I'm going to buy my spouse a coffee press for his birthday (as an alternative to the Keurig) and I wanted to get him some coffee to go with it. I've heard of Seattle's Best but haven't tried it, so it would be a good thing to try.

  4. Seattles Best is great coffee - I discovered it while in Seattle at my inlaws and was happy to find it on the shelves. Last year I picked up a new Italian roast coffee (enticed me with a $3 coupon) that was newly stocked; that brand specializes in dark roasts that we like. It was absolutely superb. Pricey for the local store but still cheaper than ordering. I recommend trying out these brands. Think how much you can save in the long run when you discover which you like.

  5. oh yes, and good luck with the coffee press
    I tried one and lets say I gave up before devoping the skill of using it.

  6. I've never tried Seattle's Best Coffee, and I didn't realize it was in grocery stores now. I'll check it out. Thanks for sharing!