Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Moustache Coffee Club - Tasty Coffee for the Coffee Connoisseur [Review and Giveaway]

Thinking about this coffee club, I realized I think this coffee club is absolutely perfect for someone who really knows their stuff and knows what they look for in a cup of their morning java.

I had the chance to try out some new coffee by the Moustache Coffee Club and I have to say it was a very interesting and tasty experience. Take a look at the bag of coffee I received -




The Sidamo Guji Blend
The beans aren't as dark roasted as I would like, but the coffee is still very flavorful. It had sort of a nutty type of flavor to it and it made for an intriguing aroma while I made a pot of coffee. I enjoyed this for the afternoon since I prefer a darker roast for my morning coffee. For this lighter blend, I didn't want to make it too strong because sometimes VERY strong coffee overlooks the taste a little bit. So it made for almost a different kind of drink for me. I highly recommend this coffee blend for an iced coffee (or if you are ambitious, use cold coffee for a recipe that you are trying!).

So you can expect great things from Moustache Coffee Club! It is actually a delivery service that sends you coffee every week. I think this is a fantastic way for you to get to know new and unfamiliar blends that you want to try. It helps you step outside of the coffee box that you may lock yourself into! It sure did for me!

You can try Moustache Coffee for FREE by requesting a free 2 ounce bag (just click here to order yours free). You can also get one bag a week for $19.00 each week, or one bag every two weeks for $19.00 every two weeks, or once a month for $19.00.

You can follow them on Twitter or click here to purchase your subscription (or free trial). Also check out some of their coffees they've provided to their subscribers!

Best of all, I get to giveaway a bag of coffee to one of my lucky readers! Enter via Rafflecopter below and giveaway ends on 8/16. US Only.

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I received the above product in exchange for my honest review.
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28 comments:

  1. Sitio do Savio sounds good to me.

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  2. I would like to try La Plata.

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  3. I would like to try the Benefico

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  4. I think my husband and I would enjoy the Beneficio variety. We like the chocolate notes and a medium roast.

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  5. The Finca La Bolsa sounds good to me!

    skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net

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  6. I think i would enjoy antigua brand of coffee

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  7. i wanna try Konga Natural | Zone Gedeo, Yirgacheffe..thanks

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  8. I'd like the hint of chocolate in the beneficio. Of course, I prefer darker roasts, but this one looks very good!

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  9. Antigua | Guatemala blend looks great to me to try.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  10. The Sitio do Savio looks good to me.

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  11. The Caranavi sounds really good.

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  12. The Carmo Des Minos sounds divine!

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  13. I like the flavorings of the Konga Natural! Sounds like a smooth, tasty coffee!

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  14. Antigua looks really good.
    thanks!

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  15. Beneficio looks like something I'd like.

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  16. I'd like to try the Agua Preta.

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  17. I'd like to try the Agua Preta.

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  18. amy guillaume lindermanAugust 3, 2015 at 6:58 AM

    the eastern highlands blend looks good

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  19. The La Plata looks good to me.

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  20. I would like to try La Plata.

    agnesye@hotmail.com

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  21. Would love to try the Salaverria !

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  22. Eastern Highlands sounds delicious!

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  23. I would like to try the Santa Leticia, it has Milk chocolate, caramel and a mild buttery body with mild acid with notes of nuts and sounds wonderful.

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  24. I think Konga Natural sounds good. I would love to try a coffee with hints of fruit flavors!

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  25. I would like to try the Caranavi - the photos for the coffees are interesting!

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