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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 27 reviews
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    This coffee is good!! I saw wild foods video on coffee being molded I didn't know that I wanted to try your coffee beans and I really like wildfoods coffee to.


    I liked the flavor/taste of the coffee, but I think I am more of a dark roast person or the med/dark blends. Keep up the good work Wildings!

    WILD Sidamo Beans

    I bought these coffee beans for my wife and she has really enjoyed this stuff. I am dark roast guy, but I tried this coffee and I was really impressed with the taste! Almost ready to buy another batch!

    Great Coffee

    The best I've to date!


    This blend is so unique! You can smell the nutty fruity blend upon opening and the taste is amazing! Love it and highly recommend! Huge fan of all products that you find at Wild Foods!

    Why It's Awesome

    Wild Coffee beans are the cleanest, most Wild bean we could find out of dozens of coffees we tested. These select Premium Grade "1" beans are single-origin sourced from small farms and crops.

    Wild Coffee beans are fresh roasted in small batches 2-4 times a month. The fresh roasted smell is intoxicating.

    How To Brew

    Drip: 2 tbsp medium grind coffee to 8 ounces of 195-205 degree water.

    Pour Over: 28 grams of coarse ground coffee to 310 grams of 200 degree water.

    Chemex: 6 tbsp of coarse ground coffee to 700 grams of water.

    Always Fair and Direct

    Fair trade and direct trade coffee ensures origin of a product and fair pricing for farmer's crops.

    Farmers that grow coffee receive a fair price, and their local community benefits as well.

    Fair Trade Is A Good Decision

    Choosing products that are Fair Trade Certified means you're making a choice to support responsible companies, empower farmers and their workers, along with protecting the environment.

    Did You Know?

    Back in 2001, Brazil produced a postal stamp that smelled like coffee? It was created to promote their coffee and the stamp's smell was said to last up to 5 years.

    The most widely used commodity in the world is oil, coffee is next in line.

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