I have seen Community Coffee post quite a bit on Facebook, but didn't know first hand what their coffee tastes like because we have never purchased it. I hadn't even noticed it in the grocery stores. I know, I'm bad.
After tasting it for the first time, I made a special point to look in the coffee aisles to see if it was available... and it is! I'm glad because both MH and I have enjoyed trying out the samples we received. I was partial to the French Vanilla k-cups myself. All three samples were mild, without a bitter aftertaste. I can't stand a strong coffee that has that awful kick afterwards. The price is right too, at only $6.79 and up.
As you can see in the photo above, the bagged coffee was gone within a few days. MH takes a thermos everyday to work, so it doesn't take long to go through coffee in our house. I use the Keurig myself, because one good cup a day suits me just fine.
One thing I was really interested in is the program they have for the military, called Community Coffee Military Match. If you buy four of the 12 or 16 oz. bagged coffees or 18-ct. k-cups, Community Coffee will add four more items and send all eight to the APO/FPO base you provide, along with a free military mug. You can send up to four boxes per month to your favorite person who is serving. I'm sure they would appreciate the gesture. Even though I don't know anyone who is serving right now, if I did, I wouldn't hesitate to send a care package from Community Coffee.
To find out more about this program or the company itself, visit them online at communitycoffee.com. You can also find them on Facebook /communitycoffeecompany, Twitter @communitycoffee, and on Youtube /communitycoffeeco.