Well, I was a little harsh on one of Aldi's coffees. If you think saying it was better to cut off your tongue with rusty scissors rather than drinking it was harsh.
Let it not be said that I am not a glutton for punishment - here is yet another review - this time of one of their K-Cup coffees - coffee made to use in your Keurig brewer.
I love my Keurig - it lets me have a decent cup of coffee at work, so I don't drink the office swill. And since the office coffee is free (and I am cheap), you really should believe me that it is swill.
My usual blend is Newman's Special Blend, which is an "extra bold" roast, and I usually put three of my land o' lakes half and half's into it. But at $5.99 for 12 K cups, the Aldi's blend met my criteria for K-cups - I want to pay less than 50 cents per cup. So, what the heck.
First off, it is a "blend", so I don't know exactly how much "columbian" coffee is in it - all, or just a whisper. However, I don't care that much - it is all about the taste.
Second, for those that care, it is fair trade certified. Nice, but if it tastes like crap, really, who cares?
So - what do you get?
Labeled a "medium" roast, I would almost agree. Seemed to be a light to medium roast. The taste is good, not harsh, but definitely not too strong. Good if you drink it black. I did not have cream, but I am not sure if I would use it - seems like it is not strong enough to hold up to it. But as black coffee - good.
Moderate scent - doesn't knock you over or impress that much
Seems a little thin in color.
Overall - I will buy it again at sub $6 a box of 12. Decent coffee. Good price. If you like a light to medium roast black cup of coffee, I think this will pass your test.
If you want a lot of K-cup reviews, try here - this guys has to much money on his hands, but hey, good for us.