Unroasted Colombian Supremo

Unroasted Colombian Supremo
$7.30 - 9.10 /lb $9.10
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Product Reviews (8)

Overall rating

7 Item(s)

Very good.
By Lee - 8/8/2017
“It was my first attempt at roasting myself. I didn't give the beans 5 stars only because I don't think I achieved the right roast to get the Columbian profile I like. My first batch I think I went too dark and the 2nd was too light. I'm guessing these beans will really shine with the perfect full city roast.
I will definitely be trying them again.”
I love this bean!
By David - 7/27/2017
“It is impossible to find good coffee in my area so I taught myself how to roast at home. I combine Columbian supremo and Sumatra Mandheling for a n amazing blend. Coffee Bean direct always fills my orders promptly and accurately.”
Full flavor
By KC - 4/21/2017
“I've always been a fan of Colombian and was not disappointed. I found the flavor a bit harsh if heavily roasted. I keep to a medium roast and tastes fantastic.”
Excellent Coffee
By Jonas - 5/5/2016
“I bought from this company just on a random internet search and I'm so glad I did! This columbian is excellent quality. Highly recommend!”
My favorite thus far
By MuleSkinninMama - 3/27/2016
“Colombian beans are my favorite after trying some from a number of other countries (although I've not yet tried the Kona blend). These Unroasted Colombian Supremo beans have been excellent both bags I've purchased here (25# and then 50#). The free shipping is what got me to try this dealer and the great beans have kept me here. ”
Quality beans
By Anthony - 10/3/2014
“Unlike some other companies these beans are quality! consistent which makes for a very even roast! Awesome! ”
Quality beans
By Tony - 9/2/2014
“I have bought these same beans from a couple other sources and these beans by far are really truly Supremo beans! I will continue to exclusively purchase from coffeebeandirect.com.

These beans are all very uniform in size which makes an excellent roast! the other sources I have used had different size beans which made for a rather lousy roast as some beans were espresso while others were extremely light roast.”