For Martha, the very best coffees should be complex in flavor and never bitter or burnt. Her signature blend combines medium-roast beans from Ethiopia, Kenya, and Guatemala with a darker Indonesian roast. It’s bold yet nuanced, with a full body and deep, rich finish.
This package holds 12 ounces of Martha’s Blend whole coffee beans, yielding 31 8-ounce cups.
Posted by Chad on Feb 26th 2016
I enjoyed the coffee very much. It has been a popular brew both at home and at the office. The beans were very fresh, and delivery included a sample of Martha's teas (also delicious). Finally, for each order, I received my shipments very promptly.
Great coffee TERRIBLE shipping
Posted by Clayton on Jan 1st 2016
The quality of the coffee is superior however I paid more for the shipping than the coffee itself, in order to get it in time for christmas, which is fine. However when I got the package it was sent to me from the returns center and was obviously previously opened, returned, and taped back up. The bag looked like it was used as a punching bag in a past life and thrown into the box by a particularly angry football player. Other than that it was a great coffee.
☕️ Amazing blend
Posted by MJADA516 on Oct 11th 2015
Wonderful blend of coffee tastes absolutely amazing I'm totally in love with this blend.
Utter Joy in my coffee mug !
Posted by Daniel on Sep 25th 2015
The coffee is so rich and flavorful without any bitterness. I have been making a full pot of Martha's Blend every morning ever since my first package arrived. I just love the coffee and can't wait to order more and other products from my favorite hostess, Martha !!!!! It really is a "Good Thing" !!!!!
Posted by Nick on Jul 30th 2015
My family is full of coffee snobs. They loved the flavor and that's really saying something. However, no one was absolutely BLOWN away, they said it was a great everyday coffee that they would drink again.
OK coffee, but not wonderful.
Posted by paul Wood on Jul 5th 2015
It wasn't as described. It was all dark roasted, including tiny inferior beans of dubious origin. It is an OK coffee (not unacceptable) but, again, not as described. I can get MUCH better coffee from local sources, regardless of price.
perfection in a coffee cup
Posted by Paul Collins on Jul 3rd 2015
The title says it all! If Martha's name is on it you know it's perfect!