Brown Gold Coffee, Brazilian

Brown Gold Coffee, Brazilian, 100% pure, is impressive in taste and aroma. Sold ground or in K-Cup capsules, a must for any coffee lover!!brown gold brazil cups

 

The company is proud in delivering every package of their coffee with a high standard product for a pleasant taste.

Selected and roasted to the targeting peak of perfection, Brown Gold is committed to bringing a better cup of coffee to you!

They don’t compromise with their coffee…. And neither should you!

This is a type of mojo that tastes the way it should.

100% BRAZILIAN Book Cover 100% BRAZILIAN
Bag and Single Serve
Brown Gold Inc.
Brown Gold Inc.
Brazil
Sun-dried with the highest level of care
Mogiana and Cerrado Arabica
Grown in extraordinarily rich and fertile soil
For those that don't to pay for value.
Dark
Sweet to bittersweet
Complex
medium
Chocolate
12-ounce bags, or pods.
$31
$0.51
$0.61
USA
Internationally through Amazon


Brown Gold is very careful to only use the best quality coffee beans.

They buy Brazilian Coffee that is 100% pure of origin.

Packaging is very carefully designed with a freshness valve to keep taste and scent to a maximum in the sealed bag.

The company is committed to supporting environmental water programs in the coffee production areas.

Their darkest roast is, in fact, a medium roast that provides a strong flavor that has a bold body is sweet, slightly bitter and smooth.

All Brown Gold 100% single origin coffees are Orthodox Union Kosher.

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If you are careful about your coffee but aren’t excessively picky, this coffee is for you. I take it it will satisfy 95% of the consumers when it comes to taste.

Still, gourmet coffee always has the same downside for the average drinker. Will it weigh as much as its price? For me, this one does.

Try it and then come back to tell what you think.


4 thoughts on “Brown Gold Coffee, Brazilian

  • 2016-06-18 at 12:47 pm
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    Hi,

    Nice flowing post on Brazilian coffee! And it sells on Amazon too! I think I’m going to follow those customers and buy some Brown Gold coffee for me.

    Thanks for the great review!

    Regards,
    Tim

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    • 2016-06-18 at 10:46 pm
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      Hello, Tim,

      Thank you so much for your kind words.

      Cheers!

      Reply
  • 2016-06-18 at 12:49 pm
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    Oh man I am in love with this site! I am a coffee freak and love to see sites like this. I once heard that light coffee is actual stronger than dark because of the higher caffeine content. is that true? I also heard that many coffee contains small amounts of mold, not sure if that is true.

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    • 2016-06-18 at 10:43 pm
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      Hello, Scott,

      Thank you so much for sharing you opinion.

      Ass you can see on this article, darker roasts are lighter in caffeine yes. It does not related to taste of the coffee itself. People do confuse dark roast with the coffee itself being stronger.

      The mold story has it’s source of reality, yes. The coffee market buys and sells any type of coffee. Coffees with amounts of mold are usually much cheaper. The higher the mold, the lower the price…

      Small low rate companies buy them to lower their overall cost. Coffees with mold are very acid.

      Cheers!

      Reply

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