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Medium
joepuree
· March 5, 2021
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it is flavored, but unsweetened, you add your own sweetener once brewed
Island Girl
· December 22, 2020
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I drink it black no sugar. Has great flavour. Without milk and sugar I would not be concerned about calories. Lol. There is no calorie count on the bag.
MaximusT
· July 15, 2020
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Yup! Check their website directly.
Maren
· March 24, 2021
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It’s amazing! My fav coffee by far. Makes a good cafe latte or cold iced coffee
Tina Boudreau
· April 22, 2020
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I haven't tried it, but I don't see an issue. I refrigerate and drink my coffee cold next day if there's any left over. Depends on your taste buds a d how you would prepare it I guess
Miss Phoenix
· May 14, 2020
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No, I would say it preserves it like anything else being frozen. I think you may notice that when you grind the beans, the aroma is less potent, but that is likely just because everything is colder so the smell doesn't vapotize as much. I have found that brewing these coffees in a single cup drip maker, straight into a… see more No, I would say it preserves it like anything else being frozen. I think you may notice that when you grind the beans, the aroma is less potent, but that is likely just because everything is colder so the smell doesn't vapotize as much. I have found that brewing these coffees in a single cup drip maker, straight into a mug with a small amount of cream, gives the best flavor. A percolator or other method may boil off the aromatic components. I figure the cream gives it a non-polar solvent to dissolve some of the aromatic oils. When having it black, the flavor and coffee may separate into layers, so you may be best off stirring frequently. I've played around with this for a few weeks due to the shutdowns, and this has been my experience. see less No, I would say it preserves it like anything else being frozen. I think you may notice that when you grind the beans, the aroma is less potent, but that is likely just because everything is colder so the smell doesn't vapotize as much. I have found that brewing these coffees in a single cup drip maker, straight into a mug with a small amount of cream, gives the best flavor. A percolator or other method may boil off the aromatic components. I figure the cream gives it a non-polar solvent to dissolve some of the aromatic oils. When having it black, the flavor and coffee may separate into layers, so you may be best off stirring frequently. I've played around with this for a few weeks due to the shutdowns, and this has been my experience.
Ross
· May 5, 2020
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These are whole roasted coffee beans. You will need a coffee grinder and brewer. A French Press works really well.
Jess Z.
· July 19, 2020