Gourmet CDA Coffee Company

Who is the best CDA gourmet coffee company? To answer that question, we need to first define Coeur d’Alene Gourmet Coffee. To me, gourmet coffee is not industrial coffee, i.e., burnt and bitter. Gourmet coffee should be soul satisfyingly smooth with subtle flavors of chocolate, citrus, and spice.

Not Industrial Coffee

Industrial Coffee

When shopping for coffee, you’ll find two classes of coffee. The first is industrial coffee. This is coffee for the masses. It consists of third-rate beans, that are over roasted to the point of being burnt beyond recognition, then placed in vacuum-sealed cans or plastic bags, and placed in warehouses or store shelves for months if not years. The end result of industrial coffee is a taste that is exceedingly burnt and bitter.

What amazes me is that most Americans expect and often like, burnt and bitter industrial coffee. Then again if you’ve never had a truly soul satisfyingly smooth cup of coffee, you’d never know what you were missing, right?

Specialty Coffee

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The second classification of coffee is called specialty coffee, i.e., gourmet coffee like Starbucks, Pete’s, Caribou, etc. There are latterly thousands of small specialty coffee roasters. Unfortunately, a vast majority of specialty coffee roasters are just a better bean version of industrial burnt and bitter coffee. The result is still the same; bad coffee.

If you live in or around the Coeur d’Alene Idaho area and you are looking for a true Coeur d’Alene gourmet coffee experience, then what are your choices. Here’s where we have both good news and bad news. First the bad news, there is literally nowhere you can buy a soul satisfyingly good cup of coffee in a coffee shop. What you will find is varying shades of bad coffee.

Gourmet CDA Coffee Company

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The good news is that Coeur d’Alene gourmet coffee is no further than your kitchen. There is not a single coffee shop in Coeur d’Alene that can make coffee better than you can. Not even close.

All you need is good quality Costa Rican coffee beans that have been gently roasted less than 3 weeks ago. Believe me, the difference between old industrial coffee and fresh Coeur d’Alene gourmet coffee is nothing short of amazing.

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