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Drink Some Good Coffee by Aroma Ridge [Review and Giveaway]


I'm such a coffee fanatic, and I love when I get the chance to review some. So this great company Aroma Ridge started about 20 year ago as a family owned business. It's blossomed since then and offer some of the best coffee across the country.


I had the chance to try their Mama's Roast Coffee, it's a bold blend, which I really appreciate. I loved the color of the beans when I opened up the bag, they were definitely dark and they had such a wonderful strong smell.


I made a cup for the morning and YUM this stuff is so good. It hasn't a mild sweet taste but definitely a bold coffee. It runs about $13.95 for a 1 lb bag and I think that's a pretty decent price. Check it out here.


What I like a lot about purchasing with Aroma Ridge is that it has so much to offer. You can purchase by Dark Roast only by visiting this link. And you can also purchase a variety of single origin coffee too.


I would highly suggest purchasing some of their Mama's Roast Coffee. You can also customize your label! So I think that's pretty amazing!

I am so happy to announce that one of my lucky readers will win one pound of Mama Roast. Ends 5/8. US Only. Enter via Rafflecopter below.



I received coffee in exchange for my honest review.

Comments

  1. Their beans are roasted in small batches by their very own aroma master.

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  2. Oh, I learned they even offer fundraising plans with their coffee. And, they have teas & BBQ sauces, too.

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  3. I would have never guessed they also had cakes and bbq sauce.

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  4. I learned that they also produce BBQ sauce.

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  5. I learned they only roast your coffee when my order is received.

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  6. i wanna try the Its making me Crazy Flavor Coffee thanks

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  7. I learned that their passion for the perfect cup of coffee started over 20 years ago, which resulted in them starting their small family business. dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  8. I learned they have an amazingly delicious selections of coffee. I am a big flavored coffee fan and aroma ridge has some scrumptious options: Chocolate Creme Brulee Flavor Coffee, Butterscotch Brulee Flavor Coffee,BUTTERSCOTCH TOFFEE, Eskimo Pie Flavor Coffee! I am salivating! :-) Thank you.

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  9. Your coffee is roasted when you order it. Thanks for the chance.

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  10. I learned that you can order their coffee with your own custom label.

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  11. The coffee is not roasted until your order is received.

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  12. I learned that Aroma Ridge now offers an array of the finest mountain-grown gourmet coffees to homes, coffee shops and retailers across the country.

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  13. I learned that most of their coffees are medium roasted to accentuate the full respect of the coffee.
    thanks!

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  14. I learned that their secret is hand selecting the beans! It comes out as a cleaner roast since they pick the perfect ones. Love it - me and my boyfriend are coffee freaks!

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  15. I learned that you can order their coffee with your own custom label.

    agnesye@hotmail.com

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  16. I learned they use hand-selected beans from the coffee producing countries and are roasted to perfection by their own Roast Master.

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  17. They only roast the coffee when you order it. They have names of coffees I've never heard of, from everywhere.

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  18. They have added BBQ sauce to their line of products, YUM!

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  19. They offer custom labels for fundraisers - great idea!

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  20. I learned that they specialize in coffee and gourmet products.

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  21. Love trying out new coffees!!

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  22. I like that the coffee is not roasted until your order is received.

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  23. I learned that they now have single cup coffee

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  24. Oh my gosh I learnt that they offer custom labels for fundraisers. Wow, prize coffiee is fab. & splendid. 2 fingers snap. It is tight, fly & off the chain. Thank you for the awesomeness, the contest, and generosity. :)

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  25. I learned that their coffee is now in single cups!

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  26. They offer flavored coffee as well.

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  27. I learned they carry Kopi Luwak Coffee (which is only $400 per pound). They also carry my favorite coffee Sulawesi Celebes Kalossi which has a much more affordable price of $17.95 per pound.

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  28. What a cute idea for a coffee-loving mother! Wonder if it does good iced-coffee...

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  29. More than 20 years ago, our passion for the perfect cup of coffee inspired us to start a small, family-owned business. Today, we have blossomed into Aroma Ridge, offering an array of the finest mountain-grown gourmet coffees to homes, coffee shops and retailers across the country.

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  30. I learned that it is a family owned business. I personally would like to try the 100% Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee.

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  31. More than 20 years ago, our passion for the perfect cup of coffee inspired us to start a small, family-owned business is something that i learned

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  32. More than 20 years ago, our passion for the perfect cup of coffee inspired us to start a small, family-owned business.It sounds like a great company there secret: hand-selected beans from the coffee producing countries, roasted to perfection by our very own Roast Master in small batches for a more even, cleaner roast I love learning about new coffee companies that I have not seen because I enjoy coffee everyday with my husband

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  33. LOL, I learned that you can create your own label, how fun is that!?

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