Look, I know what you’re thinking, “Hasn’t this wanna-be blogger talked about his wife and kid, and now he’s talking about the kind of men he likes?” It’s true, all of it, but it’s hard not to think of men whenever the coffee I’m drinking is called Joe Coffee and the brew is “Tall, Dark and Handsome.” Ladies (and guys) I present to you a flavorful coffee that is fresh, flavorful, and Keurig friendly without the plastic. That’s right, you don’t have to feel like you’re living in the Stone Age any longer because your coffee is neatly compressed into some kind of cotton filter.
K-Cups That Contain My Coffee Without The Plastic, What Kind Of Dark Magic Is This?
Joe’s tagline is “Joe Knows Coffee” and with a tagline like that, I felt comfortable that Joe knows coffee. Basically, all you need to know is that Joe is like the Bo Jackson of coffee.
Here is what impressed me about Joe, other than its tagline. The mostly cotton k-cups are not merely stored in the box like regular plastic k-cups. Instead, Joe’s k-cups are stored in one of those NASA looking silver bags that are made to keep moon rocks preserved and the coffee of the astronauts fresh. Believe me it does the job because when you open that bag up you are hit with a strong coffee smell that makes you feel like you just crushed some beans seconds ago to make your cup-of-Joe.
Another added bonus about the packaging is that my ground up coffee isn’t sitting in a plastic cup for God knows how long. By some kind of dark magic, Joe is able to seal the coffee in a cotton webbing pouch that keeps my man, I mean, my coffee fresh. It’s seriously amazing the difference in taste. I don’t get that stale, bitter, coffee taste that lacks a flavorful punch. With Joe, it’s all punch!
100% Arabica Beans
I’m not going to pretend I know what Arabica coffee beans are all about. In fact, I don’t care. What I care about is a coffee that’s bold, flavorful, and is able to get my legs moving in the morning. According to the box, Joe is made with “high-quality green 100% Arabica beans from the best growers in the world.” Wait a minute? Green coffee beans? I don’t know, that’s what the box says, and you know what? I wish all my coffee was made from green beans because this stuff is damn good.
I’m going to be honest here. When I saw my wife bring this strange coffee home, I was intrigued. Now, I am in love with a coffee named “Joe.” Consume Review Repeat gives Joe Coffee a 10 out of 10 handsome cups-of-Joe.