Member's Mark Colombian Supremo Whole Bean Coffee (40 oz.)
Why We Love This
Go supremo on your next cup with this dark side of medium Colombian roast. It has chocolate and hazelnut notes and is Fair Trade certified.
About this item
- 100% Colombian Arabica coffee
- Medium-dark roast
- Sweet chocolate and hazelnut notes
- Medium acidity
- Fair Trade Certified
If you love the taste of coffee, and you have trouble starting the day without at least one cup, you probably want to find some of the best Colombian coffee possible. Member's Mark™ Fair Trade Certified Colombian Whole Bean Supremo Coffee could be a good choice to bring into your kitchen or the workplace.
Why Choose Member's Mark Fair Trade Certified Colombian Supremo Coffee?
This Colombian coffee delivers a balanced cup of coffee that has a medium body. The Colombian Supremo coffee has been roasted so that it’s just on the darker side of medium. Once you start to brew the Colombian Supremo, the delicious aroma will fill the kitchen or the office where you make it.
What’s the Taste Like?
While the scent is great, you’re probably wondering about the taste. You will find that these Colombian coffee beans for this Supremo coffee will provide a medium acidity, which gives it a good aftertaste and clean finish. The coffee also has detectable notes of hazelnut and chocolate.
It is important to keep in mind that this is a whole bean coffee product, so you’ll need to grind the beans before you can use them. You can grind beans as you need them, or you could grind enough for several days’ worth of coffee and then keep the coffee in an airtight container. This coffee could become one of your favorites.
Making a difference, one brew at a time.
Every time you drink Fair Trade Certified™ coffee, you help improve the lives of farmers and workers by enabling them to create sustainable livelihoods, safe conditions and stronger communities.
Over $2 million invested.
Thanks to your purchases of Member’s Mark coffees in 2017, farmers and their families earned over $2.7 million, which they reinvested towards new equipment, training, backpacks for students and more—all to create more sustainable and thriving communities.