Coffee is a staple in the lives of many people, but it’s not always easy to know where to start when it comes to choosing a coffee bean. There are so many different types of beans out there and they all have different flavors and aromas that can make them appealing or off-putting. This can be especially true if you’re looking for a healthy alternative to traditionally caffeinated beverages (i.e., soda, energy drinks). So let’s take a trip down memory lane and explore some of the most popular options currently available on shelves around the world—from big brands like Starbucks (who owns Dunkin’ Donuts), La Marzocco machines, and more!
The Big Easy
The Big Easy is a coffee bean that’s grown in New Orleans. It’s a medium roast, dark roast, and has a rich, full-bodied flavor with hints of sweetness and spice.
Don Pablo Colombian Supremo
Don Pablo is a Colombian coffee company that has been around since 1963. They are best known for their medium roast, which is not too bitter and can be enjoyed by those who prefer an Americano or macchiato.
Don Pablo’s Supremo comes from the Huila region of Colombia and has been rising since 1972 with its first harvest being in 1974. The beans are hand selected from mature trees before being roasted at different temperatures depending on your preferred style of drink: light, medium, or dark roast.
Kicking Horse is a Canadian business that makes single-origin coffee beans. They have several different kinds of coffee, from mild to dark roast. The medium roast Kicking Horse is their most popular blend and has a sweet, chocolatey flavor with a smooth finish.
This blend is good for those who prefer the taste of dark chocolate over milk chocolate or white sugar in their morning cup of joe—and it’s delicious when you add some cream or creamer!
Lavazza Gran Selezione
Lavazza Gran Selezione is an Italian coffee brand that makes bold coffees, with flavors ranging from caramel to chocolate and hazelnut. It’s one of the best blends for those who like a bolder taste of coffee.
The beans are 100% Arabica, meaning they have a higher concentration of caffeine than darker roasts. They’re also roasted longer than most others on this list—around 21 minutes—which leads to more flavor in each cup.
If you don’t like having your coffee too strong or too light, Lavazza Gran Selezione is perfect for you!
Nescafé Taster’s Choice House Blend
This coffee is a medium roast, and it comes from a blend of beans from almost the world. It has a rich flavor and aroma, so you don’t have to worry about your taste buds being overwhelmed by anything else in your cup. This product has been named one of America’s best-selling coffees for several years in a row (yes, we’re checking).
Nescafé Taster’s Choice House Blend also makes for an excellent choice if you’re looking to experiment with different types of coffees or even blends—you can find loads of recipes online that use this particular blend as their base ingredient!
Dunkin’ Donuts Original Blend Medium Roast
Dunkin’ Donuts Original Blend Medium Roast is a medium roast that’s made from beans from almost the world. It has a smooth finish, so it’s good for people who like to drink their coffee black and don’t want their drink to be too strong.
This blend contains Arabica beans from Colombia, Indonesian Arabica beans from Sumatra and other countries in Southeast Asia, Robusta from East Africa and Central America (specifically Costa Rica), Mild Columbian coffee beans from Brazil (which are also called Typica), Dark Brazilian Bourbon Barrel Crop Bourbon that has been aged for six years before roasting them at over 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit—and finally Colombian Supremo Puros Altos De Alta Calidad Certificado Especializado De Café Verde Brandy Or Rum With Honey Syrup To Make It Taste Better!
Starbucks Caffe Verona Dark Roast Coffee
If you like your coffee roasty and bold, then Starbucks Caffe Verona Dark Roast Coffee is a perfect choice. This robust blend has a rich, smoky flavor that’s sure to satisfy even the most discerning coffee lover. As a bonus, it’s also low in acidity—meaning it won’t leave your stomach feeling irritated after drinking a cup or two of black brews!
If you’re looking for something less intense than espresso (and still want something strong), consider giving this option a try: It’ll do the trick!
Find the best coffee for your taste and personality
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With so many different kinds of coffee, it can be hard to figure out which ones are healthy and which ones aren’t. We hope this article has helped clarify the differences between these delicious beans. And remember: if you’re feeling health conscious, try switching up your usual morning routine with some new brews!