The Boldest Coffee Brands: Taste, Origin & Sustainability

Coffee is undoubtedly one of the world’s favorite drinks. We have considered some of the worthiest coffee brands around not only in terms of taste, but of origin and sustainability as well.

 

1. Cafe Du Monde

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Cafe Du Monde is a widely renowned coffee shop located in the French Quarter of New Orleans. The shop is open-air and has been around since 1862. Cafe Du Monde is widely considered the most famous coffee throughout New Orleans. They have gained a lot of ground with their chicory-root-infused coffee which has a deep, woodsy taste with chocolatey undertones.

 

2. San Francisco Bay Coffee

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This coffee has gained popularity, especially with the Keurig becoming the most widely used form of brewing. San Francisco Bay Coffee features OneCups that are produced from plant-based, renewable resources. Not only is this a plus for the health and environmental conscious coffee drinkers, the coffee is bold and absolutely satisfying.

 

3. Stumptown Coffee

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Based in Portland, Oregon, with Stumptown you are sure to find a coffee that’s refreshing and unique. Stumptown is all about precision; the owners and employees of this coffee brand visit coffee plantations in person to discover unique and extremely precise methods of roasting to unlock the coffee bean’s full potential before it reaches the cups of drinkers. Their coffee can be found in store refrigerators as cold brew and even on tap in coffee shops.

 

4. Doma Coffee

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Doma is another environmentally and health sound coffee brand. Why? They work with organically certified coffee growers and take the necessary steps to reduce their carbon footprint. They go above and beyond a simple “fair trade” logo to form direct relationships with their farmers, roasters, and importers. Conscious brewing always makes for a good coffee!

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Jacob Lopez

Jacob Lopez is an English academic, creative writer, and freelance writer for his university's newspaper. He recently had some of his poetry writing published in his university's literary magazine, Byzantium. Outside of his vigorous reading and writing habits, Jacob enjoys a yoga practice, travel, culture, and taking deep breaths in nature.

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