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Archer Farms Organic Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Ground Coffee delivers a delicious cup of coffee with notes of berries and chocolate with light acidity and body.Archer Farms Coffee is making BOLD changes from farm to cup Whoever said you can't guarantee happiness clearly has never tried Archer Farms. We promise you'll love every little bit, bite and sip. 100% satisfaction guaranteed or your money back.
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A product that has an unqualified independent third-party certification related to the product being made in accordance with fair trade principles in which fair prices are paid to producers in developing countries.
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I have been buying this coffee for years. I have tried MANY organic, fair trade light/medium roast coffees and this was the best tasting for the price. I cannot stand bitter coffee (I think Starbucks is awful) so this is perfect, as it is not at all bitter and very smooth. I drink this hot every morning and also make my own cold brew with it. I got my mom hooked on it when she tasted my cold brew! Super good!
This is not a light roast coffee as it is labeled. It is dark roasted, oily and taste like “roast”. Unfortunate! if they actually roasted light it might actually be ok or good. Waste of $6.99. Should of known but wanted to give it a try given we are in shutdown during covid 19
As someone who works in coffee and knows a light roast/decent coffee from bottom shelf - I would not recommend this. As soon as I opened the bag, the look and smell alone told me this was at best a medium- med/dark roast. Tasted like cheap diner coffee. If you know Ethiopian coffees, specifically a Yirg, this is nothing like it. There's no notes to taste. Just flat bland coffee. No wonder its 5 dollars...
I've been buying this coffee for about a year and I like it. It's not over roasted in my opinion and seems to be low acidity and not bitter. I have used both ground and whole bean. I also use a perculator which I think makes all the differene in the world. It's frequently out of stock so I'm not the only one who likes this coffee. I stick up when it's on sale. I've drank much more expensive, small batch craft coffees, etc. They go out of business, become unavailable, etc. This meets my needs and is value priced, especially for Organic.
This is a coffee we buy frequently. It has a soft and light flavor, as it is a light blend. As with any coffee you can add a little more or less to make it stronger or lighter. It has a mild sweetness and super fresh. We buy ground up usually because we are lazy sometimes. It goes on sale a lot. For a good organic fair trade coffee it’s really good and the price is on point! It’s worth a try! Whether you use cream, sugar, both or black, it’s really a smooth coffee.
Firstly I want to say that whoever said this isn't a light roast apparently has never seen a dark roast or a medium roast. I would say this is a light roast leaning closer to a medium roast by color alone. The aroma coming from the ground product itself was not appealing to me, the brewed coffee also didn't appeal to me aroma wise. I won't knock that though it might just be because I am not use to it yet. Now I know that technique and brewing styles does alter flavor profiles and such and those that brewed it from a autodrip like a Mr Coffee or a Bun might say it came out flavorless or burnt and I would most likely agree with them. Having used a pourover (you can find the one I bought actually at Target. Love it) And I will say I am not over the moon with the flavor profile. I taste an earthiness but I don't get the "notes of berries and chocolate" I wouldn't call it awful or flavorless or even flat. It certainly has a taste I just would call it earthy, not as earthy as a dark or medium roast, but certainly is earthy. It lacks that lovely oily sheen that a darker roast produces from a pourover or french press and with that I think it loses out on those powerful flavorful notes it boasts to have. I am maybe five or six big gulps into my first cup of the day and I can sort of taste them, mostly I taste the earthiness. For six bucks I wouldn't call this overpriced, I wouldn't call it cheap either. Do I feel that they overplayed its flavor profile and priced it a bit higher than they should have because it is Organic? Yes. Yes I do. But not by much.
I’m not a coffee snob, however I enjoy this coffee because the flavor is relatively mild and palatable. I’d say it’s earthy like most coffees with flora notes, but I’ll buy this again because It is not excessively bitter.