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Colonel Coffee - 2 Flavors - Includes 3 Bags
Colonel Coffee - 2 Flavors - Includes 3 Bags
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Colonel Coffee - 2 Flavors - Includes 3 Bags

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(19 customer reviews)

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  • Three 12 oz. packages
  • Ground coffee
  • 2 flavors available
  • Made from 100% Arabica beans

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Colonel Coffee

If I had to, I guess I could survive without coffee, but it would surely be a lackluster existence. Coffee … that morning aroma that makes getting up worthwhile … that afternoon pick-me-up … that perfect complement for sumptuous desserts and late-night soirees … steaming hot, freshly ground mugfulls by the fireplace on a winter’s day.

The Colonel’s Coffee is 100% Arabica coffee grown above 2000 feet elevation, which is the ideal location and growing conditions for the world’s best coffee. It’s rich and robust – serious coffee for the serious coffee drinker.
Available in Medium Roast and Southern Pecan blends.

(three 12 oz. packages of ground coffee)

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19 reviews for Colonel Coffee – 2 Flavors – Includes 3 Bags

  1. donniechapman

    We had the privilege of visiting the Colonel Littleton store in Lynnville TN and purchased this coffee. It is excellent or as the Colonel would say its stellar. Rich but smooth! Love it. Will be ordering more via website. As a side note I also highly recommend visiting the store in Lynnville, TN. Seeing and feeling the quality in these leather products is like nothing you will ever encounter. Sales staff is friendly and so helpful. Worth every penny for each handcrafted stellar product.

  2. cristianguardado89

    I recently purchased the 1943 Navigator Briefcase and as impressed as I am with the high quality workmanship of Col. Littleton, I am equally if not more impressed with his coffee which came included in the purchase free of charge. As a coffee drinker and enthusiast, there is nothing better to start your day with a fresh cup of joe. If you are into coffee as much as I am, or in other words, can’t live without it you MUST try this robust blend of Arabican coffee!

  3. fcoetzee

    Colonel Coffee: MOVE OVER, JUAN VALDEZ

    Maybe it’s me, but I suspect there’s something in the water in Lynnville, Tennessee….. How else can you explain the ability of Colonel and Co to operate a global business concern with almost inhuman efficiency, effectiveness, and unerringly meticulous attention to the tiniest of details?

    At first, I thought it might be the Colonel Coffee. With its pleasing aroma and beckoning bouquet, could this be the answer? After consuming a few bags, I sensed that I grew wittier, more intelligent, and appeared better looking whenever I passed a mirror…..

    But when I ran out of my favorite coffee sweetener, Amarula, a delicious South African creme liqueur made from the fruit of the indigenous Marula tree, reality set in. I probably should have taken the hint from a NatGeo Special that showcased intoxicated wildlife trying to imitate humans after consuming sun-fermented Marula berries.

    I was about to share my suspicions with local authorities that Colonel was operating a high-functioning sweatshop when I ran into an associate who related to me the existence of a near-mythical Columbian coffee plant, “El Beano,” SO powerful, its beans were condemned by the World Health Organization and banned from export.

    During a recent visit to Cartagena, he had heard tales of a tall, mysterious, mustachioed, Gringo with glasses who purveyed fine goods and went by the name “Generalissimo.” As the story goes, this witty, intelligent, and good looking entrepreneur had parlayed his former US Coast Guard connections and seized on a scheme to smuggle El Beano into his “Reserva Privada” through cartel pipelines by surreptitiously packing it in cocaine shipments to avoid detection by law enforcement and competing coffee aficionados.

    Some stories are just too good NOT to be true.

  4. gregs (verified owner)

    I have never encountered a company in my nearly 70 years who truly define the term “Customer Service”. A dear friend gave me a bag of their Medium Roast coffee and I reluctantly tried. OMG it was life changing, the flavor, the aroma and the smoothness just blew me away. THEN I went online to order some and found that the best was yet to come. The process was easy and then the shipment arrived in the flash of an eye. In between I even got an email thanking me for the order. The icing was a goody bag with the order to again tell me how I was a valued customer. I felt like I stepped back in time. Believe me, I am a customer for life. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
    Greg Simpson from Maine 11/16/2020

  5. andrewtdoyle3

    Dear Colonel and Crew:)

    After my sis-in-law dropped a bowl on my official Col. L. coffee mug, I discovered it was severely cracked and chipped in two places. I sent a picture of my broken mug (along with an email explaining that my heart was broken as well), the Crew at Col. L sent me a replacement for free…no questions asked!
    The only caveat was to keep the new one away from said sis-in-law… 🙂
    This is the way people need to run their business…with a giving and understanding heart. Thank you Col. L and Crew for being an example to businesses everywhere.
    Andrew Doyle

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I see a real resurgence in the country today for products made in America. Our focus is to design and create products that speak to the time-honored traditions that have made this country great such as handmade craftsmanship, authentic rich leathers and quality workmanship. There’s a nostalgic feel about the products we make . . . most of them could have been made 100 years ago and many are made using turn-of-the-20th-century methodology and machinery. Our products are true Americana; forged as our forefathers intended by people who care and take pride in making a beautiful product.