Starbucks Christmas Blend Reviews
Product Type: Starbucks Coffee
Description:Brand: Starbucks / Brand: Starbucks / Type: Coffee
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by - written on 05/11/12 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I've just bought a bag of Starbucks Christmas Blend 2012 coffee, this combined with the arrival of the red Christmas 'to go' cups in Starbucks, and their range of Christmas flavoured drinks; Gingerbread Latte, Eggnog Latte, Toffee Nut Latte and Praline Mocha most definitely signals the start of the festive season. Starbucks have been producing a Christmas Blend coffee every year since 1985, and it is always hotly anticipated and always eagerly snapped up. The Christmas Blend is always much more festively packaged (in red) than the regular Starbucks coffee blends, and as such it makes a lovely stocking filler for a family member or a friend that's a coffee ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/12 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Ahh, you know Christmas is getting nearer when Starbucks switch to the red take away cups in their stores. Oh how I love those bright red, festive Christmas cups becasue not only does it mean that Santa is on his way but it means that their Christmas blend coffee is back!! Starbucks coffee is one of my favourite brands of coffee and I have many favourites of theirs that they sell in their stores. They always seem to produce really strong, amazingly bold tasting coffee and this Christmas blend is no exception. This has really become a tradition with me, to buy a bag or two of their Christmas blend right when they bring it out and then pretty much drink it up ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/09 (Useful, 117 readings)
Starbucks have been producing their Christmas Blend for over thirty years, and the 2008 edition is certainly no let down. This is a delicious coffee, perfect for the festive season. It's the aged Indonesian beans in this blend which make it distinctive. Aged for five years, these mature beans give a subtle spiciness, making this the perfect coffee to pair with Christmassy treats such as mince pies, Christmas cake or ginger bread. I personally brew my Christmas blend in a cafetiere, but it can also be made using a filter coffee machine. I use about 50g of coffee for a normal sized cafetiere and brew it for about 4-5 minutes before plunging the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/12/10 (Useful, 28 readings)
I love starbucks, and love their holiday blends. After finishing many cups of the Thanksgiving Blend, it was time for the Christmas Blend. This is one of my favorite coffees, and I was looking forward to this coming out since the beginning of autumn. What I like most about this coffee is the boldness. In the cold months, I really like to have a strong coffee with a lot of flavor, and this is the one. Sometimes when a coffee is really bold it will leave a harsh aftertaste, but that is not the case with this blend. The coffee has a good body, but does not have a lot of acidity to give you that smokey taste. The aroma is excellent. You can really smell ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/12/10 (Useful, 22 readings)
We buy this every year and it has become something of a tradition to have 'Christmas' coffee over the festive period. We have a coffee perculator and that is our preferred method of making coffee so I cannot comment on results in a cafetiere. The 2010 Christmas blend has been lovely, it has a really nice aroma and the taste is smooth, rich and has a nice hint of spice to it. I bought it from a Starbucks coffee shop in London whilst getting my morning Americano - I can't remeber exact pricing but it was around the £5 mark which is actually pretty steep. The bag is bought with beans in it and not grounds but you can ask them to grind it for you in the shop for free which .. Read the complete review
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