Sunday, December 16, 2012

Barista Prima Review

One of life's greatest pleasures is coffee.  A cup of warm satisfying coffee makes any day brighter. There are so many different varieties, flavors, and roasts of coffee that one will never get bored. A new selection and flavor is always available to make your taste buds dance.
Barista Prima is an exclusive collection of the world's finest Arabica coffees roasted in the tradition of Europe's most celebrated coffee houses.  The coffee is bold and complex, yet perfectly balanced.  Each cup will entice your senses and warm your soul. There are different types to choose from.  Whether you like a French roast, an Italian roast, a house blend or Colombia, there is a coffee that you'll love. 

I was sent a box of Barista Prima French Roast K-Cups for review.  The package has a beautiful sepia toned picture of the Eiffel Tower on it.  When I saw the picture, I was instantly transported to Paris.  I'm sitting in a trendy coffee shop drinking a delicious cup of coffee and enjoying a pain au chocolat. 



I fired up my Keurig the other day and prepared to treat myself to a bold cup of joe. My favorite part about making coffee in the Keurig is how powerful the aroma is.  Within seconds, my kitchen was filled with the potent scent of the coffee. I put in my coffee creamer and took my first sip.  It was a beautiful moment. 

The coffee was perfectly bold, deep and rich.  It tasted like something you'd get at a gourmet coffee house or even a coffee shop in Europe.  The flavor was smoky and strong and very smooth.  It certainly perked me up that morning. I liked that it was not weak and insipid. With each sip I took, I fell more and more in love with the French roast variety.  I really enjoyed the coffee and will be certainly adding it to my morning routine.

If you're a coffee lover or know somebody who is, delight them with a box of Barista Prima's French Roast. They will thank you for it. 

*DISCLOSURE* Thank you to Barista Prima for sending me a complimentary box of K-Cups in exchange for this review.  All thoughts and opinions are strictly mine and not based on anything else.

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