Eight O’Clock Coffee The Original, Medium Roast, Whole Bean Coffee, 24 Ounce (Pack of 1), 100% Arabica, Kosher Certified

(10 customer reviews)

About this item GREAT TASTING Coffee for over 100 years – Winey notes and a rich, elegant aroma with a full-bodied finish. All of roasting is done at our own facility in Maryland, USA Classic Medium Roast: The Original is our oldest recipe and most iconic roast Bold Flavors: Delivers sweet and fruity notes with a well-balanced finish Quality Guaranteed: 100% Arabica beans for premium quality and taste, Kosher certified Commitment to Environment: Through partnerships with different coffee organizations, we hope to support the coffee farming community with the goal to help improve the quality of life for all people involved in the coffee supply chain

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  1. Richard Spafford

    Over the last couple of years I’ve been trying and evaluating both regular and decaf whole bean coffee. About 3/4 has been regular whole bean. A few of those were fairly exotic.I have also tested 6 whole bean decaf and 1 ground decaf in that time, giving each coffee an extended taste of at least a few weeks. Of the 7 total decaf coffees tested, 1 was supermarket quality (ground), one was a modest but fairly well reviewed whole bean, and the other 5 were high rated, more expensive varieties. 3 of these 5 were fine. One was completely without character. And then there was this Eight O’Clock, which is very reasonably priced…so low, that it shouldn’t be much of a “flavor experience.”Wrong!None of the other whole bean decaf coffees I tasted were as nearly good, and only one was even in the same universe with this one. I’m done. This is my late-in-the-day decaf coffee forever.

    Richard Spafford

  2. TJK

    Pricing for this product was excellent since the last time I ordered (was only allowed 4 units back then)Price per unit has risen to $20.00 +/- since then. Very frustrating how no explaination for this price increase seems to be available.Not happy.

    TJK

  3. Patrick Barrett

    Good value, approx $4.50 @ lb. I needed good taste, no oil, and quick delivery. I got em all with this. With my mochas, I had a tendancy to lose the coffee flavor when all the ingrediants were added.For anyone of my friends who are looking for the best tasting whole bean for a very good price, this is it. It is on Amazon, delivery with prime is one day for us. it is about $4.50 a pound, comes in a 2.2 lb. vaccuum sealed bag. it is the original blend and is medium roast which is EXACTLY what I needed for my Super Auto Espresso machine. No oil at all. totally dry! and taste is the BEST I have found, Equal to Gevalia! No bitterness at all. great for coffee, espresso, lattes and mochas. I use 5 oz of water to a large puck and I taste the smooth coffee thru all the flavor syrup, 3 oz of half n half, frothed and chocolate cocoa! I haven’t had any coffee that would do all that! I will be buying this regularly!

    Patrick Barrett

  4. P. Shinn

    My grandfather used to drink this (I’m pretty sure it was not decaf though). I don’t like most coffee because I can’t stand that bitter or burnt taste. I especially cannot stand Starbucks or other bold coffee. However, I absolutely LOVE the Eight O’Clock brand coffee!So smooth, absolutely not bitter. It also has a very bright, not burnt flavor. It’s so refreshing! I’m only allowed to have decaf (doctor’s orders) so I tried several before finally finding this one that I like.My wife is a Starbucks addict (not kidding, she really is addicted) and we decided for her health, it was time to ween her off of that stuff. She was very skeptical of ‘my coffee’ and was reluctant to try it. Once she did try Eight O’Clock decaf, she was very enthusiastic and asked me to order more. That says a LOT coming from Mrs. Coffee Snob herself.

    P. Shinn

  5. Math Guru

    I like strong coffee in large doses…and I’m frugal (read: I’m a cheapskate). The hubby and I usually buy Market Pantry (Target brand) coffee as a result. BUT, while working from home during covid-19 quarantine, I found myself drinking too much coffee and suffering from heartburn as a result. So, I started to do cold-brew coffee, which requires a coarse ground bean. I tried these beans, one from a local roaster, and some gevalia beans. These were the winning bean for both my husband and I. Here’s why:1) The two other brands we tried turned to a fine grind with the same amount of grinding action – meaning our cold brew was very cowboy coffee-esk. This bean stayed coarse.2) This bean tastes great – both as hot and cold brew. It’s strong, it’s silky.3) The price is just right. It’s a heckuva deal – much more cost effective than anything in stores.Give this a whirl… you won’t regret it!

    Math Guru

  6. GR23

    This is the best low priced coffee I’ve ever bought. It’s not Starbucks crack level acidity and not low quality bland tasting. Pandemic year poverty reduces my standards to whatever is cheap. I’ve tried several of brands in the same price range and this one is the winner. Bonus of the large size bag makes it one of the best “I’m not going to the store again for a while” items. The only thing I can count on these days is enjoying coffee in the morning. And this one I truly enjoy! This is my 3rd bag, and I’ll keep buying it forever.

    GR23

  7. DHollis

    I read some reviews before writing this one. Most were positive, and a few were negative in a way that I can only think came from either a one-off bad product or terrible judgment on the part of the reviewer.Don’t kid yourself: This is not gourmet, froufrou coffee with infused spices or exotic growing regions. This is medium-roasted Arabica whole bean coffee for a good price. You, the coffee maker, can make terrible coffee with these beans. You, the coffee maker, can also make great coffee, using proper tools and technique. Unless you leave the bag to sit in your pantry until it expires, like all roasted coffee does, your skills with making coffee are the barrier between these beans and you drinking a good cup of coffee.I’ve used these to make everything from automatic drip coffee to espresso with good results. Matter of fact, the last bag I got was surprisingly fresh, to the point that it tasted better than some much higher-priced specialty coffee that took a little bit too long to get shipped in.

    DHollis

  8. Coolmaker

    My wife and I are coffee aficionados, and have traveled extensively throughout the US, Europe, the MIddle East and Far East. I think the best brewed coffee can be found in Turkey, but it might be a bit strong for the average coffee drinker. Jacobs coffee, blended in Germany, is the best we have found but it’s difficult to get in the US. Certain Starbucks blends coming from East Africa is excellent. But after trying many, many blends we always come back to Eight O’Clock, which has been around forever. We have an automatic coffee machine set to strong, with grind set to coarse. It’s a joy to start off the day with this stuff.

    Coolmaker

  9. Robinson M. Crusoe

    I have drank almost nothing but Eight Oclock Columbian for probably 5 years now. One of the cheapest big brand coffees, but also one of the best. Like most Columbian mountain grown coffee, this one is very smooth, and very forgiving of poor grinding or brewing. Nice aroma when brewed with my superautomatic DeLonghi Magnifica. Decent crema. Medium roast, which I prefer for espresso, never tastes burnt. Make it as strong as you like, always gentle on the palate and nose. I have used this bean for pourover, french press, moka, biggin, and old timey percolator coffee. Only disappointment was in the pourover, where it just didn’t pack much punch in the brew, but otherwise was pretty decent, very drinkable. The beans grind well in any grinder I have tried, including the grinder in my DeLonghi Magnificas. Don’t spend crazy money on exotic “cat shit” coffees. Or overpriced artisan roasts. This one will do ya.

    Robinson M. Crusoe

  10. nathan19nj

    Where do I begin. The price of it is absolutely phenomenal at five dollars a pound you can’t beat that deal. When I get coffee at five dollars a pound it’s usually oily crappy dark roast coffee that isn’t good. This coffee is a medium roast or dark roast. It’s a six out of 10 on the roast scale. When you look at the coffee it’s really clean with no young beans Earl beans all the beans are standardized. When you have different colored beans this means the coffee is cheap. This isn’t cheap coffee. Being from the state of New Jersey I’m proud to say this was roasted in my home state and they do a damn good job. This coffee is found in many bagel shops around New Jersey and New York. And Where do I begin. The price of it is absolutely phenomenal at five dollars a pound you can’t beat that deal. When I get coffee at five dollars a pound it’s usually oily crappy dark roast coffee that isn’t good. This coffee is a medium roast to dark roast. It’s a six out of 10 on the roast scale. When you look at the coffee it’s really clean with no Young beans Earl beans all the beans are standardize. When you have different colored beans this means the coffee is cheap. This isn’t cheap coffee. Being from the state of New Jersey I’m proud to say this was roasted in my home state and they do a damn good job. This coffee is found in many bagel shops around New Jersey and New York. And I am proud to drink it. I have tried at least 20 coffees on my SAECO Xsmall espresso machine. This machine is supersensitive and if the beans are too oily or dunk rain well even after adjusting the grind. The machine clogs up and then you have to take the whole machine apart. It’s one of the best espresso machines I’ve owned but it’s very selective on the kind of beans you want to use. I’ve tried 20 different brands going from coffee at $40 a pound to my local Winco store that sells five dollar pound of coffee bags which are oily and cheap. Out of all 20 coffees. Only two worked. PYK coffee and EIGNT O’CLOCK. Everything else clogs up the machine either it’s too oily or artificial flavors are added or the coffee is just cheap coffee and sold at a high price. I even used very overpriced $40 a pound Starbucks coffee from Rwanda and it clogged up the entire machine and the espresso tasted like garbage. I even tried a Starbucks blonde roast which is supposed to be a little dryer and it still clogged up the machine. Any Starbucks coffees that I used with clog up the machine and break it and I’ll have to replace parts. But this coffee 8 o’clock. Does the job. It doesn’t clog up the machine. It cooks really well. Everything else clogs up the machine either it’s too oily or artificial flavors are added or the coffee is just cheap coffee and sold at a high price. I even used very overpriced $40 a pound Starbucks coffee from Rwanda and it clogged up the entire machine and the espresso tasted like garbage. I even tried a Starbucks blonde roast which is supposed to be a little dryer and it still clogged up the machine. Any Starbucks coffees that I used with clog up the machine and break it and I’ll have to replace parts. But this coffee 8 o’clock. Does the job. It doesn’t clog up the machine. It PUCKS really well. When the coffee PUCKS come out. They all together and they are in one piece where I can lift them up and feel them. Because of this you can tell the coffee is good. When are you Starbucks coffee or any other brand of the 18 brands I’ve tried The coffee would either break apart in the internal machines mechanism or it would break apart when dumped in the drop drawer. Which tells me the coffee is oily and low quality and it was roasted too high of a temperature and not slow roasted. Which this means the coffee was roasted at a high temperature and all the oil’s were pulled out when roasted meaning you don’t get a lot of caffeine and you get a crappy burnt cup of coffee like Starbucks. Even though this coffee is cheap don’t judge the price. The price is well priced for what you’re getting good quality cup of Joe nothing too crazy. And the people that say taste like mud those are the people that want to drink hazelnut latte is filled with a bunch of sugar and garbage artificial flavors. To describe it it’s a good cup of New Jersey coffee that you would have the bagel and cream cheese and it works amazing my espresso machine I’ve been on the hunt for a good coffee for the last three years and this is the one that really makes the deal. My espresso machine has pull 200 shots of this coffee and not once has a clogged up and not once have I had to replace a single part because of this espresso machines ability to use this great coffee.

    nathan19nj

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