One of the latest coffee blends to have taken the industry by storm is a little known gem of a find called Maud's Coffee. There are already a number of Maud's Coffee reviews out there that tout the impressiveness of this blend on multiple counts. But what's all the hype about Maud's Coffee in simple terms? For this particular Maud's Coffee review, we'll give our thoughts and share a recent testimonial from easily one of the most particular coffee drinkers we've known.
For most coffee drinkers, the two most important factors about their coffee are “taste” and “cost”. So let's talk about them first.
We've tried many different Maud's Coffee products and one thing that we think holds true for all of them is that they're all impeccably smooth. There's no harsh aftertaste or unwanted bitterness. And as a huge plus, Maud's coffee is low acid and therefore, very easy on your stomach. While everyone will have their own blend preferences, we think most will appreciate the mellow yet intricate flavor that soothes the soul. As a matter of fact, Maud's Coffee even has a blend called Maud's Decaf Mellow Mood and it certainly lives up to its name.
As far as taste goes, Maud's passes with brilliantly flying colors.
Now that we've established that Maud's Coffee makes the grade on taste, let's talk cost. They are extremely reasonable especially when considering the quality of coffee that's being provided. You can have a real gourmet coffee experience without paying a gourmet price. Part of how they're able to achieve such competitive prices is that they sell factory-direct. In other words, they cut out the middleman so that the savings can be passed onto the customer. With that said, from 39 cents to 49 cents a pod, they also pass the cost test with flying colors.
The second part of our Maud's Coffee review is simple a testimonial shared with us by an lifelong coffee drinker who is more than particular about her coffee. She had never heard of Maud's Coffee but recently had the opportunity to try a Maud's Coffee organic variety pack starting with the Sumatran dark roast blend. Her experience was notable because she had been recently cut down on her coffee intake due to it being too acidic. She shared a testimonial with us and goes like this:
Maud's Coffee Review by The Coffee Pen
The instant the coffee hit my lips, I could tell this was the best coffee I'd ever had. That's a bold statement to make considering I've been drinking coffee for more than 5 decades. Whether anyone actually believes that statement to be true doesn't matter. This coffee is phenomenal.
At that moment, I knew Maud's Coffee had dethroned my previously favorite coffee blend. She exclaimed that Maud's didn't taste acidic unlike many other coffee blends that claim to be low-acid. In my more than 60 years of life, I hadn't experienced coffee that was this delicious while being low acid. I enjoyed the coffee so much that I started making up excuses to eat an afternoon dessert snack just so she could have another cup of Maud's.
For most of my coffee life, I've been able to drink 3 or 4 cups a day without any issues. However, recently my stomach has been very sensitive and the coffee's acidity has restricted my intake to one cup a day. I sat there reading the insert that came along with the packaging and was fascinated that Maud's was able to deliver such a delicious yet stomach-friendly coffee experience.
I was also moved by the fact that Maud's Coffee uses 100% recyclable coffee pods. These are the little things that really reflect a company's mindset toward the environment and the topic of sustainability. This will definitely be the coffee I serve during gatherings and get-togethers at my home.