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Bones Coffee Company Review

Bones Coffee Company is a coffee roaster that focuses on small batch greatness mixed with a whole lot of creative fun. Their quirky flavors make for an unforgettable experience in every cup you brew.

Bones Coffee Company

With beautifully drawn and wildly imagined varieties, Bones Coffee Company has a huge selection of flavors to choose from. I’ve tried over ten flavors. Some sounded much better than they actually tasted: for example, Maple Bacon had a delightful smell that didn’t quite meet my expectation.

But many of the flavors smelled great and tasted even better. With dozens of varieties to choose from, it is easy to find many tasty brews. To make the process easier, you can choose a 5 bag sample pack and choose the flavors that most intrigue you.

Bones Coffee Company sample pack

S’Morey Time had a campfire-ish vibe with a bit of an almost coconut aftertaste. It worked best as a single cup instead of an all morning drink.

The French Vanilla was one of the best across all brands of French vanilla I’ve tried. It is smooth and goes well with food or by itself.

Mint Invaders coffee from Bones Coffee Company

Mint Invaders tasted much like expected: minty and chocolatey rolled together in a great cup of coffee.

Some of the other flavors I tried (over a year ago) include Irish Cream, Highland Grog, White Russian, Jamaican Me Crazy, and a few others that I can’t remember. The White Russian was probably the best of that bunch, with Irish Cream a close second.

If you aren’t into flavored coffee (I only drink coffee black so I’m talking about flavors added at roasting only) Bones Coffee Company has several Single Origin options.

I’ve only tried the one from Kenya so far but it is really good. It is high quality coffee at a reasonable price. The taste is smooth with a bit of a wine or fruit-like flavor. Wonderful for drinking all day.

Bones offers a World Tour sampler pack that includes all five of their single-origin coffees. These are from some of the greatest coffee-growing regions in the world: Sumatra, Costa Rica, Colombia, Kenya, and Guatemala.