By December 9, 2016 Read Article
Shop the Top 30

Shop the Top 30

What’s better than reading about great coffee?  Drinking it, of course.

Many Coffee Review readers seek out highly rated coffees for their own enjoyment or as thoughtful gifts for coffee lovers.  Coffees that appear in Coffee Review’s Top 30 are particularly popular.  They sell out quickly.

We did a little searching to help facilitate your shopping and gift-giving.  As of December 15, a full 18 of the Top 30 coffees of 2016 are still available at their roasters.  Six of them cost less than $16 per bag!

Click on the links below to visit roasters’ websites:

No. 2 – JBC Coffee, Deri Kochoha Espresso, 96 points – $16.80/12 oz.

No. 3 – Hula Daddy, Laura’s Reserve SL-28, 96 points – $44.95/8 oz. (allocation list)

No. 7 – Willoughby’s Coffee & Tea, Brazil Fazenda Passieo Natural, 94 points – $13.99/12 oz.

No. 8 – Kean Coffee, Sumatra Tano Batak, 95 points – $15.25/12 oz.

No. 9 – Dragonfly Coffee Roasters, Kenya Small Lot Reserve Karatina AA, 95 points – $18.00/12 oz.

No. 10 – Kickapoo Coffee, Organic Ethiopia Charbanta Natural, 95 points – $18.00/12 oz.

No. 11 – Kakalove Cafe (Taiwan), Kenya Muranga Gondo AA, 96 points – $22.00/16 oz.

No. 14 – Hula Daddy, Mokka, 95 points – $39.95/8 oz. (allocation list)

No. 17 – Oceana Coffee, Kenya Ichamara, 94 points – $16.00/12 oz.

No. 21 – Dragonfly Coffee Roasters, Los Congos Pacamara Natural, 94 points – $20.00/12 oz.

No. 22 – PT’s Coffee Roasting Co., Panama Finca Mama Cata Tona, 94 points – $22.50/12 oz.

No. 24 – Willoughby’s Coffee & Tea, Panama Don Julian Pacamara, 95 points – $49.99/16 oz.

No. 26 – Revel Coffee, Brazil Estancia Telese, 94 points – $13.25/12 oz.

No. 27 – Bird Rock Coffee Roasters, Sumatra Tano Batak, 95 points – $20.99/12 oz.

No. 29 – Klatch Coffee, Sumatra Mutu Batak, 94 points – $14.50/12 oz.

 

 

 

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About the Author:

Ron Walters, co-founder of Coffee Review, manages business operations, including CoffeeReview.com, marketing, and social media. He conceived of and helped pioneer the development of 100-point reviews in the specialty coffee industry. For the past twenty years, he has been engaged in strategy, marketing, and management of specialty food and beverage businesses.

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