Eight O'Clock Whole Bean Colombian Coffee, Medium Roast (40 oz.)
Why We Love This
When it comes to bagged coffee, Eight O'Clock is the best that you can get. Its rich flavors and vibrant aroma will help you start the day off right.
About this item
- Eight O'Clock Medium Roast
- 100% Colombian coffee
- Whole-bean coffee
- Rainforest Alliance Seal of Approval
- Rich aroma, notes of wine
Eight O'Clock® Coffee has been in business for over 150 years and they've learned a thing or two about making excellent whole bean coffee. That’s why so many discerning coffee drinkers enjoy Eight O'Clock Whole Bean Colombian Coffee, Medium Roast (40 oz.), sourced from 100% Columbian beans that have been given the Rainforest Alliance Seal of Approval. Grown at high altitudes in rich, volcanic Columbian soil, these medium-roasted beans have notes of wine and a full-bodied finish.
What Does Eight O'Clock Coffee's Rainforest Alliance Seal of Approval Mean?
Eight O'Clock Coffee's award-winning 100% Columbian roast has been approved by the Rainforest Alliance, which means that their beans are grown and harvested on farms and in forests that practice sustainable agricultural techniques.
How Do You Make the Best Cup of Eight O'Clock Whole Bean Colombian Coffee?
While coffee lovers differ on what makes the perfect cup of coffee, a good rule of thumb is to use between one and two rounded tablespoons of Eight O'Clock Whole Bean Colombian Coffee, Medium Roast to six ounces of water. Note: the finer you grind your coffee beans, the stronger your coffee will taste. The water must be hot enough to extract the compounds from the ground beans.
How Do You Avoid Bitter, Burnt-Tasting Coffee?
Brewing a good cup of coffee involves successful chemistry. Hot water extracts the flavor from the ground beans.
How Do I Store Eight O'Clock Whole Bean Coffee?
Moisture and air are the main culprits of stale coffee. Keep your Eight O'Clock Whole Bean Colombian Coffee tightly sealed and stored in a cool, dry place—though not in your refrigerator or freezer. These overly cool environments can cause condensation to form inside the bag, which introduces moisture.