Starbucks Breakfast Blend Review

I’m not gonna lie, I’m a bit of a coffee snob. At the same time…I try not to be too picky about my coffee. I’m sure you can realize the inner turmoil this creates at times. The thing is, I travel for work. Often. Sometimes my favorite coffees just aren’t available wherever I am. I have found that the Starbucks Breakfast Blend is readily available in many cities, so it’s worth reviewing.Starbucks breakfast blend

Starbucks Breakfast Blend is advertised as having a crisp and tangy taste, and it’s accurately an extremely accurate description. I usually like my coffee dark and strong. Think along the lines of the darkest caves in Ethiopia. However, this offering is surprisingly strong for being a more “light” coffee.

The great thing bout the Starbucks Breakfast Blend is that it’s readily available in many places, but it’s not their typical Pikes Peak Roast.

Personally, I find the Pikes Peak to barely be a step up from something like Folgers—which comes in a can and generally tastes like crap. I’d almost rather swallow sandpaper than drink that stuff in a tin can. It ends up being sludge in a cup—not something you want to think about when you’re waking up in the morning and fighting off the caffeine withdrawal.

Starbucks Breakfast Blend Taste

Obviously the only way to really understand the taste is to sample it yourself. However, it does have a decent punch to it. The BB has a bit of a citrus undertone and it’s crisp going down.

That’s it for today. Let me know what you think of this flavor of coffee in the comments section below. Do you have other recommendations for coffee that’s readily available on the road?

Bottoms up,

PS: You can purchase both the K-Cups and bags of Starbucks Breakfast Blend from Amazon.


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