Why is Koffee Kult the best coffee brand for percolator?
Let’s be honest.
There is no such thing as the best brand of coffee for your percolator or for any other coffee brewing method.
As it all depends on what you are looking for in a brand of coffee.
For most of us it will mostly be about the taste but to lots of other people factors such as ethical standards will play a part.
In the chart below are coffees from a coffee brand that I think is great.
If you are looking for the best brand of coffee to use in your percolator, then give it some thought.
Let me explain briefly why Koffee Kult are the best brand.
I have chosen Koffee Kult as my favorite coffee brand because;
- their coffee tastes great and it is very popular.
- their range includes ground and whole bean
- their range includes a variety of blends and roast
There are many different factors that make It all depends on personal taste.You are a keen coffee fan who regularly drinks coffee.
Not content with drinking the easy and instant “crap” that so many of your friends do, you have got yourself a percolator.
And know in your continued hunt for the perfect cup of “Joe”, you are doing a bit of research on the best brand of coffee to use.
Am I right? Or not even close?
Either way, there is some good news and some bad news when it comes to finding a good coffee brand.
But before all of that, take a look at the chart below.
It contains some different coffees from the best brand of coffee for your percolator.
You are searching for the best brand of coffee to use in your KK is the best brand because it offers a very wide choice of ground beans and whole beans.
If you are searching for the best brand of coffee to use in your percolator then I have some good news and some bad news.
Let’s start of with the bad news…
Let’s presume that you are looking for the finest brand of coffee because you want the most delicious cup of coffee.
The brand of coffee that you use, is only one of many important factors in creating that golden cup…
And the good news?
The other important factors are easy to follow tips to use with your percolator.
What Makes a Good Brand?
A good brand has a wide range of ground and whole bean coffees.
The finest beans
There are two main types of coffee beans; Arabica and Robusta.
And the most popular coffees contain 100% Arabica beans.
The best cup of coffee that you will drink will come from whole beans that you have ground yourself.
As long as those beans have not been sitting in the back of a cupboard for the past year.
The freshness of your coffee plays a massive role in the quality of its taste and buying whole beans is the way to do this.
A terrific brand must have a selection of whole bean coffees.
Let’s be honest.
Not everyone has the time, equipment or motivation to grind their own coffee.
And so a good brand needs a wide variety of whole bean coffee
Hang on, I have already mentioned this!
To be clear, what I mean by a wide variety is that the coffee brand has single origin packs (single origin means that the coffee comes from one specific region, such as Colombia) or as blends (packs of coffee that contain beans or grounds from different regions of the world, such as Costa Rica and Ethiopia.)
Coffee is a perishable food item.
As soon as it has been roasted, it starts going stale.
Whole coffee beans take longer to stale than ground beans.
A good coffee brand is very quick to get their roasted coffee on sale
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Koffee Kult Medium Roast (Whole Beans)
This is a pack of whole beans, which gives you the control to make your favorite grind.
Medium roast is the recommended level of roast for your percolator.
This bag is made up of 100% arabica beans.
The cupping notes for this pack are that it has a big body, with a medium acidity and a crisp sweet finish.
This 32 oz. pack is part of Koffee Kult’s Roaster Direct range, which means that these beans have;
*A roasting date on the pack.
*Shipped within 24 hours of being roasted.
How is that for freshness?
Koffee Kult Colombia Huila (Whole Beans)
The next pack of whole beans is a blend from Colombia.
From a mountainous region called Huila.
Interestingly, although these beans are all grown in the same region, this coffee is not listed as “single origin”.
I am not sure if that is just a mistake on the listing.
Here the beans smell like chocolate and have a sweet and smooth taste.
Looking at the feedback, this is a well liked coffee.
Users love the strong aromas coming off the coffee and the smooth and strong flavor that it has without the bitterness.
Many of them are repeat buyers, which is a very good sign.
Koffee Kult Sumatra Mandheling (Ground Coffee)
The first pack of ground coffee in my comparison is a single origin pack from Indonesia.
Grown in Sumatra, the Mandheling variety of beans (named after an ethic group of people) produce lots of flavors including chocolate and liquorice.
It is also the first bag of ground coffee.
The taste is best described as earthy and aromatic, it is mostly sweet with a slight acidity.
This is another very popular coffee.
Users love the deep syrup-like flavor of the coffee and that it has a strong flavor with no bitterness.
Koffee Kult Medium Roast (Ground Coffee)
This is the same coffee as the first bag in our comparison, but this bag is ground coffee.
As it is ground coffee, in order to keep it fresh, drink it as soon as possible.
Koffee Kult Colombian Decaf (Whole Beans)
This is the first bag of decaf coffee in my comparison.
The beans in the bag are decaffeinated naturally using water instead of chemicals.
You can read more about the process here.
This coffee tastes of cinnamon with a smooth and heavy flavor.
The feedback for this coffee is great.
Users are impressed that a decaf coffee can taste this good.
Koffee Kult Colombian Decaf (Ground Coffee)
Our second bag of Colombian decaf is a ground coffee.
And that is the only difference between the first and second bags.