25 August 2013

Frank's Coffee - Review and Coffee Giveaway!

So, a couple of weeks ago I went out of town to visit a family member and I took with me a bag of Frank's Coffee (with my trusty coffee bean grinder, of course).

I did have a small disaster with the coffee maker in the hotel room. In case you were wondering, it's very important to have coffee filters that don't have rips in it otherwise you will break the coffee maker. Especially when you try twice. Ahem, anyways.


This coffee blend - the Guatemalan Coffee - is a medium-dark roast. What I love about this type of blend is that it allows you to really taste the coffee bean and it's flavor. I am usually an "extra dark" type of girl, but it was a nice change from what I usually buy at the store.

This coffee is described as having a "spicy" quality to it and I definitely tasted that. It added an extra flavor to the coffee, which made me want to add cinnamon to it for an enhanced experience.

A lot of medium type coffee beans leave me with a funky "finish" when I drink it - sort of like a slight bitterness - but this coffee didn't. I think that was when the "dark" feature of the coffee made its appearance.

Aside from the disaster associated with the coffeemaker (not the coffee's fault), this coffee was a wonderful experience and I would highly suggest to anyone looking for a new brand to try.

And I'm so excited to announce that I get to give away a bag of the Guatemlaan Coffee to one of my readers! Enter with the Rafflecopter below (ends on 9/13).



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26 comments:

  1. I think the signature blend sounds yummy.

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  2. I would love to try the COSTA RICAN

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  3. I'd like to try the Judge's Blend.

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  4. I'd love to try the Costa Rican.

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  5. I'd like to try the Signature Blend.

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  6. Im not sure but I was thinking Columbian

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  7. i think that the one i would like to try is the judges blend. what a fabulous description comparing it to their father. thanks for such a nice giveaway and the intro to a great company.

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  8. I would like to try the Colombian Coffee

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  9. I would love to try the Hawaiian Kona.

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  10. A friend of mine talked about the coffee when she was living in Hawaii so I would love to try the Hawaiian Kona.

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  11. I would love to try the COLOMBIAN blend! i've always been a fan of COLOMBIAN coffee!

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  12. The taste sounds quite interesting would like to try it definitely some day.

    Thanks
    Finn Felton

    Kopi Luwak

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  13. I would like to try the signature blend.

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  14. I would like to try the Hawaiian Kona.

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  16. I would like to try the Costa Rican coffee.

    lastingpurple@hotmail.com

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  17. It would be the Ethiopian, wholebean hopefully, i'd like to have.

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  18. I would also like to try the Hawaiian Kona coffee or the Ethopian YIRGA CH'EFE coffee
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  19. I would love to try the Costa Rican blend.

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  20. I would really like to try their Hawaiian Kona.

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  21. The signature blend because I always like to see what the company uses as their standard signature coffee!

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  22. I'd luv to try the COASTA RICAN:)

    jmatek AT wi DOT rr DOT com

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  23. I've been wanting to try Kona coffee for the longest time.

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