Thursday, February 5, 2009
Eight O'Clock Coffee
# Eight O'Clock® Coffee has put a century and a half of expertise in every bag
# Currently the #1 Selling Whole Bean Coffee in Ameria
# Voted Consumer Reports® Top-Rated Columbian Coffee
There's nothing like a good cup of joe.
Consumer Reports tested 19 top-selling brands of coffee like Folgers, Maxwell House, Starbucks and Caribou.
Testers spent weeks brewing, sniffing, and sipping Colombian flavored coffee to find the best.
Results showed 100 percent Columbian brands like Folgers Coffee House Series tasted like wet wood and cardboard. And pricer boutique brands like Starbucks and Peet's tasted burnt and bitter.
Turns out, Eight O' Clock Coffee 100 percent Colombian received the highest ratings among the bunch.
Consumer Reports' Eileen Klosz says, "It was even good enough to drink black."
And at $6 a pound, the money you save may make a cup taste even better.
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Now they are having a contest to celebrate almost 150 years of coffee growing. Enter here
Eight O'Clock Coffee 100% Colombian at $6.28 per pound ranked number one in Consumer Reports' tests of 19 ground coffees, besting Folgers, Maxwell House, and Starbucks— America's best-selling ground coffees.
The independent testing firm reported "Starbucks Coffee Colombia Medium, $11.53 per pound, didn't even place among the top regular coffees and trailed among decafs. Complete results will appear in the March issue of Consumer Reports
Again, to enter the contest click here. And good luck !