Costco Starbucks Limited Edition Fall Blend Coffee Beans Review

A Costco coffee review!

Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. I purchased this product with my own money and the opinions in this review are strictly my own. I am not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. I am just a fan of the company. I write these reviews to help my fellow shoppers.

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It’s looking a lot like Fall around here. The leaves are changing color and falling and there’s a crispness to the air every morning. Today I’m reviewing the #Costco #Starbucks Fall Blend #coffee beans.


I enjoyed this coffee a lot. It’s a medium roast with a lot of body and richness to it. The beans are from three regions, Africa, Sumatra and Latin America. The packaging states that it has notes of spice, nuttiness and citrus. Let me be real with you, I don’t distinctly taste cinnamon or orange or almond when I drink this. What I do taste is a smooth, medium roast, full bodied, balanced coffee. I’m not a fan of super bitter or acidic coffee and appreciated how balanced and smooth this coffee was, because it’s fuller bodied I think it’s a good option for a crisp fall morning.

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I bought the coffee on sale for $17.99 Canadian. The regular price of the coffee was $22.99. Pretty reasonable for a two and a half-pound bag of coffee that will last me quite some time!


So you have to grind the beans and make your coffee. Not the hardest thing to do but also not as simple as popping in a coffee pod and pressing a button. Some people (like my husband Sean) really enjoy the process of grinding and making their coffee.


Coffee is basically 0 calories, 0 fat, 0 sugar etc until you start putting sugar, cream, milk or even butter certain people into the coffee. So the nutrition information depends on how you enjoy your coffee! As for how healthy coffee is for you, well that’s a whole debate I’m not going to get into but you can google to find the various opinions.

This is a limited edition coffee, so if you’re looking for a new coffee to try and are willing to grind your beans and maybe have enjoyed Starbucks in the past, I would encourage you to try this coffee out.

Taste: 8/10

Cost: 8/10

Convenience: 5/10

Nutrition: N/A

How do you like to drink your coffee? Do you have a favorite coffee you purchase from Costco?

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