Who does not love coffee, we do on occasion. When I think of the Marley I think of Bob. Rohan Marley, one of Bob Marley’s children, has big plans for his Jamaican-born coffee business. And today its known as Marley’s Coffee. His company started as a coffee farm, learning the coffee business from growing coffee.
Marley Coffee still produces coffee from those 52 acres in Jamaica, but the product is expensive and there is a limited supply. Absolutely love this coffee! Rich, smooth, little to no acidity. Taste so good and we love it.
There is also evidently some care taken along the entire roasting and packaging process as there are very few broken or fractured beans in the bag. Grading is good with beans of uniform size and shape. The roast appears to be fairly fresh, showing no signs of the excess oil that accumulates on the surface of darkly roasted beans as they get old.
And that the company gives back to a charity is admirable.So incrediable that one his sons kept the Marley name going after his father passed. He owns the farm and has been growing the beans hisself.
The company now also buys coffee from other countries, including Ethiopia. “It’s the coffee we purchase most of. It’s in almost all of our blends. It’s easy to ensure that the coffee is pesticide-free and that farmers are treated well.
They have a couple of different flavors and all of them taste so good. And the best part is they have K cups and that makes me so happy,. Marley’s coffees are a wonderful brand and the price of this quality coffee is affordable while it delivers a very good flavor.
Marley Coffee offers a delightful and delicious array of gourmet blends in ground bean, whole bean and RealCup single-serve formats. From its “One Love” medium roast and “Get Up, Stand Up” light roast to its “Simmer Down” decaf blend, Marley Coffee has something to suit every taste.