Coffee Masters Flavored Coffee, Coconut Creme, Ground, 12-Ounce Bags

The delightful tropical flavors of coconut and creamy vanilla. Since 1985, Coffee Masters has been roasting only the finest high-grown gourmet grade Arabica coffees. Our Midwestern family values are founded in our pioneer heritage that drives our commitment to product excellence. Our award-winning coffees are hand-selected, craft roasted and scientifically measured to maximize consistency of quality. Each coffee is packaged with the latest stay-fresh technology so that you will enjoy the outstanding fresh-roasted flavor that our customers have come to expect from us. Made in USA.

Quick facts

  • Case of four 12-ounce valve bags of ground Coconut Creme flavored coffee (48 total ounces)
  • 100% Arabica ground coffee; freshly roasted and Kosher certified
  • Hawaiian coconut and creamy rich Tahitian vanilla
  • Nitrogen-flushed bag for freshness
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

Top reviews

Nice smooth tase

Bought this coffee in October, 2007. Really liked its smooth coconut creme flavor. Just right, not too weak, not too strong. Amazon doesn’t always seem to stock this and/or doesn’t always have a great low price. So I check back often.
ThomasinaBevinsville, KY

Dreadful flavor

Had high hopes for this coffee, as a reviewer stated that it had a natural coconut favor. It is dreadful. The product smells like coconut, but has an awful chemical taste. It has a hideous flavor coupled with sickening vanilla background taste. To top things off, it leaves a bitter after taste in your mouth. This product is not drinkable.
LachellePlainfield, CT

Excellent

I have tried most of the Coffee Masters flavored coffees, and unlike another reviewer I’ve found this type to have the most flavor. It smells and tastes like coconut, and quite plainly it’s awesome.
KileySearsmont, ME

Not much taste

I was very disappointed that this coffee did not have much coconut taste at all and now I’m stuck with 4 bags! I tastes ok as plain coffee but that’s not what I wanted.
I think if you gave a cup to someone and didn’t tell them it was flavored they would think it was plain coffee.
FranciscoLowellville, OH