Java Factory Review + Giveaway!

Product Details: Try a bunch of different flavors and roasts to find your favorite
100% Fresh Roasted Arabica coffee
New filter system delivers more taste per cup
Smooth Caffeinator, Da Bomb, Dark and Handsome, Wakey Wakey, Choconut and Vanilla Dream
Compatible with Keurig Original K-Cup Brewers, not compatible with Keurig 2.0 Brewers

You've gotta like flavored coffees. (4 Stars)

Vanilla Dreams is supposed to look like ice cream, not poo. lol
I'm kind of addicted to coffee samplers. While I generally am a stick-to-dark-roasts kind of coffee drinker I also love surprises and the opportunity to switch things up.

I'd tried the Choconut and Wakey Wakey coffees in another sampler so I figured I couldn't go wrong with this one and it's pretty good. My husband and I both really liked Dark and Handsome and he really enjoys the Choconut, I loved Da Bomb! But we found that the ratio of flavored coffee to non-flavored seemed about 1:1 in our sampler and I was disappointed to discover that when I thought we had a variety still we had nothing but Vanilla Dream and a few Choconut—neither of which I really care for—left. I imagine it's not always quite so heavy on the Vanilla Dream but I think there were 10 of them in this. No, I didn't count because that ruins the fun.

Overall, I think if you took out the flavored coffees I'd have given this a 5 star because I liked them all. I will definitely be buying a box of just Da Bomb though, that double caffeine and bold flavor is soooo good, pardon me while I call my dealer. :P Seriously though, if you're in the market for a nice coffee sampler that features different light/dark roast ratios and some flavored it's a nice sampler.

Notes: I received a complimentary sampler pack in exchange for an honest review.

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