Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Rockin' Coffee Review & Giveaway

I think we all can agree that there is nothing like the smell of freshly ground coffee! And really there is nothing like a good cup of coffee to get you started in the morning or to enjoy with dessert. When Rockin' coffee contacted me and sent me some free samples, I got to experience not just the smell and taste of a good cup of coffee but I got to experience a seriously rockin' cup of coffee!

I first tried the their Ethiopia Medium Roast. I don't like my coffee super strong but I do like a bold flavor. This roast was the perfect blend and I immediately fell in love with it. It had such a deep nutty flavor and it was almost chocolate-y! The next time I brewed a pot, I included a cinnamon stick in the filter and it really enhanced its velvety flavors. Although I always like to experiment with flavor, I highly recommend trying their coffee without any enhancements to fully experience all its wonderful flavors!



Rockin’ Coffee features custom-roasted artisanal blends of the highest quality fair trade Arabica coffee beans cultivated using organic, environmentally sustainable methods and picked at the peak of ripeness. The high-altitude, shade-loving Arabica beans mature more slowly allowing them to develop a more intense and sensuous flavor, far surpassing that of its sun-loving coffee cousins.

Each coffee blend offers an intensely personal experience. Using beans harvested from the best coffee producing regions in the world -- including Ethiopia, Indonesian Sumatra, and Guatemala -- Rockin’ Coffee’s roastmeister explores the nuances of each batch, then roasts them to perfection in micro lots. The beans are immediately packed and shipped, delivering rich, delectable aromas and the freshest flavor profiles highlighted by origin traits such as citrus, fruit, floral, spice or chocolate overtones specific to each coffee blend.


In addition to providing me with a sampler of coffee, they would like to provide one lucky reader with a free full size bag of your choice (a $14 value)!!! See details below!!

Rockin' Coffee is here and Eat, Drink & Be Merry wants to give one lucky winner a chance to be among the first to try this newly launched, whole bean, organic deliciousness. To enter, head on over to RockinCoffee.net to find out more about their custom blends. Then pop back over to Eat, Drink & Be Merry and comment on which blend you'd like to try. One lucky winner will win their selection!  For those of you who can't wait to win to try Rockin' Coffee, Eat, Drink & Be Merry has an exclusive discount offering for you! Enter EDBM15 at checkout for 15% off your entire order, now through 12/24/11. For additional entries, like EDBM & Rockin' Coffee on Facebook and leave me a comment saying you've done so.

 If I were you I would totally take advantage of their 15% off offer! They have great gift sets just in time for the holidays!

17 comments:

Marina {Yummy Mummy) said...

oooh, that looks so warm and yummy. I wish I had a mug full right now :)

Gina M Maddox said...

I would love to try the sumatra blend! Thanks for the chance to win!

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Gina M Maddox said...

I like them on FB - "crave to save"

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Erin @ Dinners, Dishes and Desserts said...

Sounds like good coffee. Makes me wish I liked it!! I am going to have to recommend it to my MIL, she LOVES coffee.

Happy When Not Hungry said...

This coffee sounds amazing!

Charissa said...

I would love a mug of this! How fun!

Baker Street said...

I love the first picture!

Rachel @ My Naturally Frugal Family said...

Guatemala for me :)
What a wonderful giveaway!

Emily said...

The Sumatra Permata sounds very interesting. I would love to try it out.

Carrie said...

The Guatemala Huehuetenango Dark sounds tasty!

Alison said...

I would love to try the Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Dark.

shala_darkstone said...

I'd love to try the East Timor Maubesse Dark-Medium blend.
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tara1965 said...

I would like to try timor

Elena said...

I like the first photo! Delicious!

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