Premium Flavored Coffee 5 LB [GROUND]

Premium Flavored Coffee 5 LB [GROUND]

Regular price$84.95
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  • Quality Isolation (Keeps coffee fresh for 4 months)
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PRE-GROUND: Blackout Coffee flavored blends are made with premium specialty grade beans and roasted to perfection for a smooth tasting coffee cup.

  • 100% Arabica Beans
  • No Calories or Sugar
  • 110% Guilt Free

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pssst.... flavored coffee taste best when cream/milk and sweetener are added.

Coffee in Bulk

Drink tons of coffee? Perhaps have a large family or in an office setting? Five pound bags are the perfect way to go.

A five pound bag makes around 200 cups. That’s a month’s supply for 4 people that drink 1-2 cups per day.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 40 reviews
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Chas
Cinnamon french toast.....

98% sure they put meth in it because I was hooked from the first cup. Bought a 12 oz bag, tested it & immediately ordered the 5lb bag.

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Brian

Amazingly fresh! Butterscotch Toffee flavor is absolutely delish!

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Jarid Hart
Amazing

This coffee taste amazing. I like it more then all the other subscription style coffee companys.

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Anonymous
Excellent Coffee

This is my go to coffee, always great tasting!

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CHAD GAGNON
Amazing

We tried our first bag, cinnamon toast and it was amazing. We had to track to see how long 5lbs lasts, so we are planning for the next

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Victoria Hampton
JamakinMeLoveThisCoffee

This is my fave! BUY this coffee!

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Domenic

The best!

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Katherine Sutley
Amazing

Absolutely amazing! Can’t wait to try all flavors!

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Scott Burris
High Quality Flavorful Coffee more of a French Roast

High Quality Flavorful Coffee. The cinnamon flavor comes through well. As a world travelled 23 year Navy veteran and a 30 year Northwest WA resident, I've tasted my share of coffee. Coffee is one of the few pleasures in my life still relevant. My personal taste would prefer a less fine grind and lighter roast. The stuff I got was more of a French dark roast, excessively acidic, almost metallic tasting. People that like Seattle's best, Mcdonalds McCafe or Maxwell house will love this stuff. I'm mixing this stuff 50/50 with Folgers medium roast and plenty of creamer but the acidity still comes through too strong. The acidic aftertaste is stronger than the flavor. Maybe flavor a lighter, less acidic roast.