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Excellent Tasting Coffee in Time For Mother's Day [Review + Giveaway]


I had the chance to review some really tasty coffee by one of my favorite coffee companies - Weaver's Coffee & Tea! I've reviewed some of their coffee before and I am always so pleased.

What will you be doing this Mother's Day? I don't know about you but I tend to go for the 'at home' celebration and so if that's the type of celebration you will be doing, make sure you select an excellent coffee to go with your breakfast. And the specific blend that I got to try makes an excellent choice!

The cool thing about purchasing the Astral Blend by Weaver's Coffee & Tea is that a percentage of sales are donated to support breast cancer research funding for local hospitals and community organizations that provide breast health education, breast cancer screening and treatment. Plus it's 100% certified organic AND it's Fair Trade Certified.

I loved how this coffee tasted - it didn't taste as burnt as sometimes dark roasts can taste. It was a smooth coffee to have in the morning. Definitely one of my new favorites!

If you want to purchase some of your own coffee, you can visit their website and purchase a 16 ounce bag for $18.95. A bit out of my personal price range right now for coffee, but I think it's worth the price considering this is very good quality!

I'm also happy to say that one of my lucky readers will receive a two pound bag of Astral Blend Coffee by Weaver's Coffee. Enter via Rafflecopter below. US Only. Ends 5/14.

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I received the above items in exchange for my honest review.

Comments

  1. I want to try the Aged Mocha Java. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  2. It is so difficult to pick because they all sound good but my choice would be the The Aged Mocha Java blend.

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  3. The French Roast Organic sounds good.

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  4. The organic French roast sounds best to me.

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  5. The French roast sounds good to me!

    skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net

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  6. Hakrz Delight sounds intriguing!

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  7. Several of the blends sounded pretty good but I am most interested in the Kona Reserve Blend. dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  8. The decaf organic blend sounds good to me.

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  9. The Africa blend looks good. Thanks for the chance.

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  10. I would like to try the Jamaica Mountain Blue coffee

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  11. The Aged Mocha Java sounds interesting. I'd like to try it.

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  12. The French Roast coffee looks good to me.

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  13. The Costa Rica Tarazzu sounds wonderfully exotic.

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  14. The darker the better! I would choose the classic Espresso blend!

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  15. Costa Rica Tarrazu sounds good. Thanks.

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  16. Hakrz Delight sounds interesting. Thanks.

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  17. Hard choice! Kona Reserve looks good.

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  18. Peaberry reserve!!!
    I've had peaberry in the past and it is delicious!!
    thanks!

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  19. Astral Blend seems good.

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  20. The Kona reserve looks great. Kona coffee has been good to me!

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  21. The French Roast Organic looks good to me!

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  22. Astral Blend Coffee: Artisan Coffee For A Cause

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  23. interesting!

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  24. I like the Aged Mocha Java Coffee.
    thank you

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  25. I would love the Kona Reserve blend.

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  26. The Peaberry Reserve sounds good.

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  27. The Kona Reserve blend sounds good
    Flyergal82 at (yahoo !dot /com)

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  28. Oh my gosh! It all looks tasty! I think the Astral Blend Coffee looks pretty good!

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  29. I think the peaberry Reserve sounds GREAT!

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  30. I don't drink coffee, but my husband said the Hakrz Delight Coffee sounds good.

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  31. I am interested in Kona Reserve Coffee. We love good coffee!

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  32. I think the Astral Blend Coffee would be yummy.

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  33. French roast organic would be great.

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  34. Jamaica Mountain Blue would be great for my husband.

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  35. I would just love to try Papua New Guinea Coffee this and so many more sound amazing....

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  36. The house blend coffee sounds really good.Yummy

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  37. The Aged Mocha Java sounds good to me.

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