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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Coffee Beanery Coffees

Coffee Beanery Coffee

Coffee Beanery opened its first stores in the United States in 1976, before the American public knew the term “specialty coffee.” In the years that have followed, Coffee Beanery continues to build its brand and franchise organization on the principles of time-tested and honored traditions and values. Exceptional coffee, a warm relaxing environment, and a corporate culture that embraces its franchisees with every opportunity to succeed and exemplify these values. Today, Coffee Beanery has over 100 locations throughout the U.S., 20 locations internationally, and is recognized as an industry leader for its unique family business approach, corporate culture and commitment to quality.

You can sense the difference the moment you arrive at our 45,000 square-foot Flushing, Michigan, facility which houses our corporate headquarters, production facility where all of our hand-selected beans are roasted, flavored and packaged, and our warehousing and distribution center. The abundant aroma of fresh roasted coffee surrounds you in a professional environment where every Coffee Beanery team member is committed to the same core values that our founders, JoAnne and Julius Shaw, established in the early 1970s.
It's no secret our house loves flavored coffee. But what the stores offer are the same old, same old. I like mixing it up.

That's where Coffee Beanery comes in. Their selection of coffees are sure to delight even the finickiest of coffee connoisseurs.

I was sent 2 bags of my choosing for review. I chose Cinnamon Supreme and Banana Nut Cream. Let's take a look.

Both bags I received


Cinnamon Supreme

Cinnamon Supreme Flavored Coffee has the sweet and spicy aroma and flavor of Cinnamon that will delight your palate and senses.

Now, I am used to the Dunkin' Donuts variety of cinnamon coffee, and that is pretty mild on the flavoring.

However, this is very strong and heavy on the cinnamon. It honestly tastes like you tossed at least 3 cinnamon discs or 1 Atomic Fireball into a cup of coffee. Not saying this is bad, but it is an eye-opener if you're not expecting THAT strong of a cinnamon taste.
TASTE: 8.5/10


Banana Nut Cream

Banana Nut Cream Flavored Coffee is a superbly rich and creamy blend that brings an old-fashioned country flavor home.

I honestly did not know what to expect with this flavor. Banana Nut bread is one of my favorite baked breads. But mixing it with the flavor of coffee? I was unsure.

I was happily and pleasantly surprised. The taste was exceptionally creamy and I detected a bit of natural sweetness to it. The banana flavor wasn't overpowering; nor was the nut flavor, which tasted like walnuts. This was my favorite of the two.
TASTE: 10/10

This coffee comes in whole bean and 4 different grounds: Automatic Drip, Coarse, Fine, Very Fine.

Only problem disabled people may have with this coffee is with the bag. It's a resealable bag with the little flaps, so if it's not folded correctly, the flaps will not close correctly. This is easily avoidable by pouring the grounds into a different container. I don't foresee any problems with the actual coffee.

This is available from CoffeeBeanery.com. Prices my vary.

BUT WAIT! Coffee Beanery wants to give away two flavors of YOUR choosing (some restrictions apply).

Coffee Beanery Giveaway

One of the better 'specialty' coffees out there. I'd rather drink this coffee over Starbucks any day!

**As per FTC guidelines, I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Only compensation I received is the product(s) mentioned above. All opinions are my own and your usage/results may vary.**


  1. Truthfully, I am good with trying anything new. i am intrigued by banana and I love cinnamon

  2. Love their coffee, the Sea Salt Caramel is awesome!

  3. Hi just ordered the cinnamon holiday supreme...Iam going bananas for the nut crème..yummy!!!

  4. I would love to try Banana Nut Cream!

  5. the banana nut cream sounds heavenly! Amy (Guillaume) Linderman

  6. The cinnamon coffee sounds delicious. Would love to try it.

  7. I want to try Hazelnut and Cafe Carmel.