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    17 Of The Best Coffee Brands You Can Get On Amazon

    Don't talk to me before I order/drink all of this coffee.

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    1. Death Wish Coffee Company amplifies your mornings (or afternoons, or after-midnight-last-minute sessions of essay-writing) with blends of the world's strongest coffee.

    A cup of Death Wish Coffee is purported to contain 650 milligrams of caffeine, opposed to a standard cup of coffee's (roughly) 150 milligrams. Their beans are fair trade and USDA-certified organic, so you spend some time with the Grim Reaper of Coffee without guilt.

    Promising review for their Valhalla Java blend: "All hail the Gods! Finally, a coffee with a lift that makes you feel creative, but doesn't make you feel hyper or edgy and unable to create. So smooth, deep and smoky, you can and will want that first cup jet-black. A coffee good enough for the All-father to indulge in!" —Nightcat

    Get a 12-ounce bag of the Valhalla Java blend for $15.99 or a 10-count of their original blend K-Cups for $15.19.

    2. Bulletproof sources and tests all their coffee beans to provide you with a clean and toxin-free brew.

    All their coffee comes from Rainforest Alliance-certified, passive-organic estates, where farmers grow coffee using traditional methods (without chemicals like herbicides and pesticides).

    Promising review for the Original blend: "Every so often, you come across a company that builds their products for the right reasons: 1) to make money (of course), 2) to make the best possible product on the planet without taking shortcuts, proving that quality is their priority, 3) to make the world a better place by enhancing the lives of others. Most companies stop at the first reason, but Bulletproof embodies all three. Everything I have tried from Bulletproof is top notch, and some of the best possible products on the planet." —Storm

    Get the medium-roast blend for $15 (available in whole bean) or the decaf blend for $14.99 (available ground or in whole bean). I wouldn't recommend buying their coffee pods, since a lot of reviewers mentioned size incompatibility with their coffee-makers.

    3. Lavazza celebrates the Italian tradition of world-class espresso by packaging ~molto bene~ blends and shipping them to your caffeine-starved estate.

    They've been blending and roasting in Italy since 1895, so the beans you buy from them are cultured and experienced!

    Promising review for their Super Crema Espresso blend: "If you are expecting a dark and oily roast, this is NOT the espresso for you. Espresso does not need to be this black, bitter tar that some expect it to be. Lavazza Super Crema is one of my favorites, with a beautiful, brown bean that (when ground correctly) yields an amazing shot of sweet and creamy espresso topped with thick crema (with notes of mandarin orange). This is soooooooo much better than the over-roasted BS we so often find in the US." —Corey M.

    Get a 2.2-pound bag of the Super Crema Espresso blend for $19.08 or L'Espresso Gran Aroma for $29.91. A few reviewers have noted finding small stones in their bags of whole beans, which is a risk no matter what brand of whole beans you buy, tbh; just check your bags.

    4. Eight O' Clock Coffee is always there for you, when you have to wake up at ungodly hours and actually do something (/anything).

    Not every cup of coffee have to come from a specialty shop or brand; sometimes, you just want coffee, plain and simple, and Eight O'Clock Coffee bags up America's best-selling bags of whole-bean coffee.

    Promising review for the Dark Italian Espresso blend: "Over the past 30 years, I've spent a small fortune on exotic brews. But, when the last of my protected-rain-forest coffee bean was harvested in South America, I was flustered. The vendor claimed it was too expensive to continue harvesting (despite how much they charged for importing those beans), and a friend suggested I try Eight O'Clock. I love strong and bold coffee, and this reasonably-priced coffee foots the bill; I've been a fan since my first cup. It's amazing that after spending thousands the past 30 years to chase a rain-forest bean in South America, and what I wanted was in my local market all along. What a dufus snob I was!" —AMG

    Get a 23-ounce bag of the Dark Italian Espresso blend for $14.77 (already ground, and also available in a six-pack) or the Hazelnut for $14.14 (whole bean, also available in a 33-ounce bag and a six-pack).

    5. CLICK supercharges their line of protein powders with espresso double-shots, for the all-in-one breakfast your morning has been missing.

    This. Is. Breakfast.

    Promising review for the Protein & Real Coffee All-In-One Meal Replacement: "I bought this based on the good reviews, but was skeptical about the taste; coffee-flavored protein sounded too good to be true! BUT, I just got done shaking up my first drink and was blown away by how great the Vanilla Latte flavor tastes! I'm definitely adding this to my daily regimen and will get around to trying the other flavors. If you’re a coffee fan, this is definitely for you." —Cheyenne

    Get a 15.8-ounce canister of the All-In-One Meal Replacement for $17.95+ (available in three flavors or a variety pack, and in a two-pack or 10-pack).

    6. New England Coffee has a variety of blends (including their beloved Blueberry Cobbler) you can sip while, faint in the distance, you hear people saying "Wicked!" to each other.

    I just Googled "New England phrases," so apologies if my usage isn't perfect. Also, New England Coffee sells 100% Arabica blends and has been roasting for over 100 years.

    Promising review for the Blueberry Cobbler blend: "Since discovering this blend several months ago, I have ordered seven bags, all of which have been vacuum-sealed and fresh. I gave my mom part of a bag to try, and now she's hooked, even though she doesn't normally like flavored coffees! If it is hard for you to imagine the mixture of blueberry and coffee, I urge you to give this a try." —Rachelle

    Get an 11-ounce bag of the Blueberry Cobbler blend as an add-on item for $4.12 or the New England Donut Shop blend for $3.83 (also as an add-on item). These bags are perfect to have in every Amazon cart you bring into checkout.

    7. Gevalia adds a bit of luxury to your coffee-pod collection with blends single-sourced from farms high in the Colombian countryside.

    They promise their coffee "satisfies your taste for adventure and lets you experience the delicious flavor that moist air, rich soil, and tropical sunshine can bring," so, wow, fancy.

    Promising review for their premium K-Cups: "I'm a coffee snob and dislike MANY K-Cups, but this one is wonderful. My coffee snob sister, who hates basically all K-Cup coffee, loves this one as well. The only downside is it makes me despise the coffee I drink anywhere else." —maverick

    Get a 100-count box of their K-Cups for $21.03+ (available in three flavors) or their Cold Brew Concentrate for $5.92+ (available in three flavors).

    8. Kurukahveci offers you an authentic Turkish Coffee experience, the kind you can't have by getting any ol' beans ground at Whole Foods.,

    One reviewer noted, when they spoke at a conference in Istanbul, this is the coffee they were given as a gift, and it's important to consider whether you're okay with how long it might take this coffee to ship from Turkey. Authentic experiences always require more time, though!

    Promising review for the Mehmet Efendi blend: "I bought this with a kettle and mug set, and had Turkish friends over. They saw the container and said this is the best brand back in Turkey. My only regret is ordering only one canister, because I'm already halfway done with my first order." —The Photo Nerd

    Get a 17.6-ounce canister of Mehmet Efendi for $12 (also available in a two or three-pack).

    9. San Francisco Bay gives you a taste of the city, without making you walk up and down hills or pay San Francisco housing market–level prices.

    Their OneCup coffee pods have a 4.4-star rating with over 20,000 reviews, which is so incredible (and nearly-impossible) that I have to try them.

    Promising review for their OneCups: "San Francisco Bay produces the most superior coffee on the market, and their varieties will satisfy a wide array of tastes. They are also environmentally conscientious, because their pods are 97% biodegradable (but that doesn't compromises the quality of the coffee, or the quality of the pod itself). Some reviewers have complained about beans pouring into their cup, or receiving damaged pods, but I've never had an issue like that and I've been drinking San Francisco Bay for about seven years. When I rate a product with five stars, it means I won't look anywhere else, if I need it again. I've tried dozens of different brands and different coffees over the years, and no one comes close to San Francisco Bay. Pick a flavor profile you like and you won't be let down." —Michael J. McKenzie

    Get an 80-count of their OneCups for $34.49+ (available in 10 flavors).

    10. Tim Hortons always has the right brews for you, your Canadian friends, and Canadians-at-heart.,

    They've even got their own coffee pods now, so it's easier than ever to get a single serving of the coffee that runs the north, eh.

    Promising review for the Medium Roast Original blend: "After drinking one cup of this, I became Canadian, eh. It gave me the confidence to finally try ice skating; before I knew it, I was stopping on a dime and blasting snow chips at tiny children. If you can't take the ice, get out of the rink. Also, I was a lot nicer to people. Pretty sure this is a drug that's making all Canadians pleasant and good at ice sports. My optimum pot is 10 cups of water and seven scoops of this magic stuff." —Amazon Customer

    Get a 32.8-ounce canister of the Medium Roast Original blend for $15.99 (also available in a two and three-pack) or a 36-count variety pack of their pods for $26.28.

    11. RISE Brewing Co. puts organic nitro cold brew in a can and says to you, "Here, you never have to go to that coffeeshop with the rude barista ever again."

    I was that rude barista (most of the time), I can't lie. But, if I only had to hand over cans of RISE's two-ingredient cold brew, containing only organic coffee and purified water, I probably would've smiled more.

    Promising review for their Original Black blend: "You can always tell when a company cares deeply about the quality of their products, and RISE is one of those companies. When you pop their tops, these bad boys literally GROWL at you, which I've since learned is an indication of a proper nitrogen-infused beverage (not to mention being just plain cool). I poured mine over ice and watched as a beautiful froth formed on top (the 'cascade,' as they call it). It's delightful, and definitely my new after-lunch pick-me-up!." —Marc

    Get a 4-pack of their Original Black blend for $13.99 (available in three other flavors, and part of six other flavors available in a 12-pack).

    12. Paramount Coffee turns your cup of coffee into a mug full of autumn, thankfully without more leaves to rake off your yard.

    Paramount Coffee is split into a few different subsets, including Paramount Roasters and Joes Knows Coffee, so you may have tried one of their cute little blends without knowing it. Aside from their TWO pumpkin-flavored coffees (Pumpkin Spice and Pumpkin Pie), they also sell a donut shop blend that's always selling out because it's great.

    Promising review for the Pumpkin Pie Flavored blend: "BEST BEST BEST(!!!!!!!) coffee available on Amazon! I've tried five different pumpkin-flavored coffees and THIS ONE IS THE BEST EVER!" —PDizzleB

    Get a 12-ounce bag of the Pumpkin Pie Flavored blend for $10.29 (that bag size also available in four other flavors) or a two-pound bag of Tall Dark and Handsome from Paramount's offshoot Joes Knows Coffee for $17.99.

    13. Koffee Kult might just indoctrinate you once you get a taste of their life-changing blends.,

    A good chunk of reviews for their coffee starts with either "I know my coffee," or, "I was never much of a coffee drinker," but almost all of those reviews end with, "I love this coffee, and highly recommend it."

    Promising review for their Dark Roast blend: "I've always been wary of cults: the blind loyalty, bad punch, separation from family, etc. However, after going through about 40 pounds of Koffee Kult Dark Roast in the last year, I'm now a well-informed and dedicated drinker of exceptional koffee with my whole family. Yes, even my 9-year-old loves this stuff." —Ben V

    Get a one-pound bag of the Dark Roast blend for $14.99 (also available a 32-ounce or give-pound bag) or a 16-ounce bag the Thunder Bolt blend for $14.99+ (available ground or whole bean, and also in a 32-ounce bag). This is another brand that sometimes packages their beans with small stones, which, I must reiterate, is a really common thing that just happens during the bean collection process.

    14. Mommee Coffee gives you a shoulder to rest your head on and hands you a mug of the only thing that's going to get you through another day of getting your kids ready for school.

    Yo, products made specifically for mothers are the type of products I get the most hype about. Mommee Coffee was dreamed up during their founder's second pregnancy, because she was tired of having to settle for tasteless decaf and equally tired of feeling guilty when she drank full-caf brews. They design their blends to be safe-to-consume during every stage of motherhood, so they're low acid, chemical-free, fair trade blends that are as caffeinated (or non-caffeinated) as a mom requires: decaf, quarter caf, half caf, and full caf.

    Promising review for their Quarter Caf blend: "Finally, coffee I can drink! I came across this product by accident and I'm so thankful I did. I have a very energized baby (who I'm currently breastfeeding) and normal coffee gets to my baby. I didn't have coffee for quite a while, but this came in yesterday so I had my morning cup of coffee without any guilt. It tastes great and it's exactly what I need to start my day." —Kristina Hunter

    Get a 12-ounce bag of their Quarter Caf blend for $15.99 or their Half Caf blend for $15.99.

    15. Folgers is... wait, you know what Folgers is about. Add it to your cart, buy it, and continue trusting the coffee you've trusted for years.

    It's Folgers; buy it on Amazon, instead of wasting gas to drive to the grocery store.

    Promising review for their Classic blend: "My favorite coffee; I add a teaspoon of cinnamon to the brew every morning and it's awesome enough to drink black. It takes three days of repetition to re-train your brain to prefer coffee black, so try it with this coffee." —Florida Real Estate Pro

    Get a 30.5-ounce canister of the Classic blend for $10.49 or a 10.3-ounce canister of the Black Silk Decaf blend for $9.03 (also available in 20.6 ounces, and in three other flavors).

    16. Tiny Footprint Coffee contributes to the reforestation of Ecuadorian rain forests every time you buy a pound of their carbon-negative coffee.,

    Tiny Footprint Coffee is the world's first carbon-negative coffee company, meaning they make sure to remove more carbon from the atmosphere than they emit during the process of importing and roasting their coffee. One of the main ways they accomplish their goal is donating a portion of the proceeds earned from every pound sold to fund reforestation in Ecuador’s Mindo cloud forest. So yeah, this is good coffee, but it's also a lot more than that.

    Promising review for their Cold Brew Cold Press Elixir blend: "I have ordered a few bags of this and it's become my favorite coffee for cold brew. The grind is nice and coarse; it's been fresh every time I have open a bag, unlike a few more-expensive brands I've purchased on Amazon (that came fancifully packaged, but whose aroma fell short when the sealed bag was opened). The taste is complex and the caffeine level is potent. After a big serving of this, a hummingbird can't keep up with me." —Mr. BBQ guy

    Get a one-pound bag of the Cold Brew Cold Press Elixir blend for $13.32 (available ground or whole bean, and in a three-pound bag) or a one-pound bag of the Nicaragua Segovia Dark Roast blend for $14.47 (available ground or whole bean, and in a three-pound bag).

    17. And Invader Coffee air-roasts every batch of their beans, then removes all the burnt beans other brands leave in to add bulk to their bags, so you always have the purest, freshest coffee.

    They're a veteran owned and operated brand (and coffeeshop) based in Texas, and 50 percent of the proceeds from selling their Brother In Arms Foundation blend goes toward an assistance program for disabled veterans.

    Promising review for their Mexican Chocolate blend: "This stuff is magic in a mug. It's got a great, bold flavor, but doesn't overkill. It's great brewed regularly, and even better in a french press. Plus, I love this veteran-owned company and the work they do." —Scot V

    Get a 12-ounce bag of the Mexican Chocolate blend for $16.99 or the Whiskey blend for $18.99.

    I'm ready to get out there and start the day, I guess.

    The reviews included in this post have been edited for length/clarity.

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