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What is gourmet coffee? It's anything that isn't served black, according to many
coffee labels and manufacturer's these days. A gourmet coffee can be anything
from what you buy at your local Starbuck's to that bag labeled 'Gourmet Coffee'
in your supermarket or online coffee dealer. Gourmet coffee can come with
beautiful packaging or in a plain brown wrapper. Whatever it's wrapped in,
gourmet coffee is different, and it smells different too. Some gourmet coffee
has chocolate flavours, some are nutty and others are minty. Gourmet coffee is
usually ground and ready to brew, so get that coffee machine ready and try out a
wide variety of gourmet coffee's on the market today.Most gourmet coffee comes
packaged in either individual packets or in a one pound to five-pound bag. Some
is ground, while offer whole bean coffees. No matter which kind you buy, your
taste buds are in for a treat if you've never tried some flavours and blends.For
example, gourmet coffee can come in non-flavoured selections such as Columbian
Supreme, French Roast, Mocha Java, Kenya Blend and Major's Breakfast Blend, just
to name a few. Most of these types of coffee claim robust flavour, premium aroma
and a smooth, deep flavour.For those who have gotten used to the offerings at
local coffee bars, the sweeter coffees have become extremely popular. Ever had
an Amaretto Supreme? This coffee creation is made with almond flavour and almond
flavoured liqueur. What about Hazlenut Crème? This gourmet coffee is known as
'noisette' in French, and offers coffee drinkers a nutty flavoured and sweet
coffee. If you're a chocoholic, there are a variety of gourmet coffee flavours
that will interest your taste buds, like Ultimate Chocolate and Swiss Chocolate
Almond, to name just two. For those who like to make their own, most gourmet
coffee brands make at least a dozen or more flavours from French Vanilla to
Caramel Crème and Southern Pecan and a dozen more. Most gourmet coffee suppliers
offer these coffees at moderate prices, so making your own just got easier.Books
for sale in bookstores and those to be found on library shelves teach consumers
how to make their own gourmet coffee blends with coffee purchased at
supermarkets or ordered online through coffee vendors. Some gourmet coffee
blends cost more than others, but most can be had for less than ten dollars for
a one to five pound bag, depending on your flavour. Since there's nothing like
the taste of a gourmet coffee once in a while to keep things exciting, many
people opt to purchase several different flavours to keep in their homes. Many
people freeze coffee to make it last longer, and most claim that doing so
doesn't alter the taste. Storing coffee in an airtight container will also
preserve shelf life. When shopping for gourmet coffee, browse the aisles of your
local supermarket first, and if they don't carry what you want, then try a
coffee specialty store. Some coffee shops sell their own special blends of
gourmet coffee, as do dozens of online gourmet coffee vendors. No matter what
you're looking for, you're bound to find a flavour of gourmet coffee that tickles
your fancy, guaranteed.