By November 28, 2018 Read Article
Shop the Top 30

Shop the Top 30

Coffee Review‘s mission is to help consumers identify and purchase superior quality coffees and, in the process, help drive demand and increase prices to reward farmers and roasters who invest time, passion, and capital in producing high quality coffee beans.

Many of our 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 often sell out quickly. We’re pleased to help facilitate your shopping and gift-giving.

As of the morning of December 15, 2018, the following coffees were available at roasters’ websites:

No. 1 – Hula Daddy Kona Coffee, Kona Mocca, 96 points – $44.95/8 oz. (allocation list)

No. 2 – Kakalove Cafe (Taiwan), Kenya Ritho FCS Handege Factory AB, 96 points – NT $375/8 oz.

No. 4 – Lexington Coffee Roasters, Tarime Tanzania, 95 points – $14.75/12 oz.

No. 6 – Barrington Coffee Roasting, Twenty Five (espresso blend), 96 points – $14.55/12 oz.

No. 7 – Dragonfly Coffee Roasters, Yemen Microlot, 96 points – $75.00/8 oz.

No. 9 – Klatch Coffee, Sumatra Mutu Batak, 94 points – $14.95/12 oz.

No. 10 – Moore Coffee, Kenya Nyeri Gatugi Peaberry, 94 points – $17.95/12 oz.

No 11 – Dragonfly Coffee Roasters, DR Congo FTO Bourbon SOPACDI, 94 points – $18.00/12 oz.

No. 14 – Durango Coffee Company, Costa Rica Perla Negra, 95 points – $16.95/12 oz.

No. 15 – JBC Coffee Roasters, Alemu Bukato Espresso, 95 points – $18.75/12 oz.

No. 16 – Dragonfly Coffee Roasters, Esmeralda Estate Porton Geisha Natural, 96 points – $75.00/8 oz.

No. 25 – Branch Street Coffee Roasters, Kenya Konya, 95 points – $16.25/12 oz.

No. 27 – Magnolia Coffee, Costa Rica Cumbres Del Poas “Perla Negra” Natural, 94 points – $18.00/12 oz.

No. 29 – Gorilla Conservation Coffee, Kanyoni Coffee Blend, 92 points – $17.95/16 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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