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Magnum Sumatra Mandheling Coffee, Whole Bean, 1 lb

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  • Guaranteed freshness with stay-fresh valve and special packaging
  • Small batch roasting
  • 100% Arabica coffee
  • Dark roast with full body with a strong flavor
  • 1 lb bag of coffee

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Product Description

Sumatra coffee is highly admired for its full body and is considered by many to one of the finest coffees in the world. There is a almost chocolatey quality to this approach.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 3.7 x 2.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • ASIN: B00322OI4W
  • UPC: 665768111117
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #115,884 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By hardworkingman on January 17, 2012
I'm not sure if the other reviewers know that you are able to adjust the amount of grounds you use and the grind your beans have. I have been using this brand for years and love it. I like the fact that it is not over roasted and you can taste the bean and not just the bitterness from the roast. Balance of ALL THE FLAVORS is key to a good cup of coffee. Novices drink Starbucks (the over roasting kings). I especially like the low acidity and complexity this kind of coffee offers over the central and south American coffees. At the end of the cup I am satisfied with what I have just consumed. If you like your coffee so strong it can lift a car then add more beans and/or grind them finer. That way you will taste the complexities of the bean and the place on earth it came from. To me when you judge the coffee based on the techniques of the roaster then you can put any bean in there and have a similar tasting product. BTW, you can usually find this coffee cheaper at your local Marshalls. But it is hard to argue with free 2 day prime shipping convenience.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By H Ward on July 11, 2010
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A good Sumatran coffee. Personally, I think Sumatra Mandheling coffee should be very dark roasted, to the point of being shiny, caramelized, and almost black. This coffee is not quite there, but I imagine most people will like it. The selling point for me was the price, and the relatively low shipping and handling charge compared with other coffees on here, or anywhere on the internet, for that matter. I don't know if I will buy this particular coffee again, because it just isn't dark enough for my tastes, but I might try one of their other types, simply because they don't charge an outrageous amount for shipping.

To update this review, I just finished this bag of coffee. The reason I had it so long was because I had other coffees I was trying also, one of which was another Sumatran. The point is, even after sitting around for weeks, this coffee tasted great. It was better, perhaps, than I may have insinuated in my original review. I especially liked it after drinking that other Sumatran for a while. That coffee was good also, but by comparison the Magnum seemed even better.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Blink on April 14, 2012
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This coffee is tasty and enjoyable anytime of the day. I bought this coffee along with two other types and this one was the clear winner
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Pennywhistler on August 27, 2011
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My Magnum Sumatra just came in the mail, so me and my chiropractor did a "coffee bake-off". He raves about Starbucks' Sumatra, so we decided to compare it to Magnum Sumatra. Both were brewed under the same conditions.

I found the Magnum to be full-bodied, well-balanced and everything I want coffee to be. I found the Starbucks to be bitter and unpleasant. He thought the Magnum was "weak". (Fortunately, my chiropractor himself is not bitter and unpleasant!)

When we remade the Starbucks with a little less grounds and the Magnum with a little more, I liked the Starbucks more, but still preferred the Magnum as being better balanced and more satisfying.

How on Earth can anybody decide on coffee without actually making it, tasting it, and adjusting the parameters - water temperature, grind, etc. - to your pleasure? So all I will say is that I like Magnum Sumatra better than Starbucks Sumatra and my chiropractor likes Starbucks better.

And this Magnum is $10/lb while Starbucks is $15.
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By ARC on July 12, 2014
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I am not a coffee connoisseur by any means, but I do like something a bit more interesting than Eight O'Clock. One of my favorite coffees was a store-brand Sumatra that came out of dispensers, but both of the ACME supermarkets that I normally bought it from appear to have removed all of their whole bean coffee dispensers in favor of more shelf space for K-cups. It had a smooth taste and was better than, for instance, the Starbucks Sumatra coffee (as long as the beans weren't ancient) but it was still reasonably priced.

I've tried out several different companies' Sumatra coffees but have settled on this as my go-to "affordable Sumatra" replacement. It is one of the least expensive Sumatra coffees I've found but it still tastes fine and, most importantly, has been consistent in how it tastes. I haven't ordered one batch that tastes great and another where the coffee's so burned to death that I have to clean my pot afterwards, as was the case with a few smaller and more expensive gourmet brands I've tried. I don't quite like this blend as much as the old supermarket Sumatra or Magnum's Jamaican/Blue Mountain blend (my favorite of theirs), but I still like drinking this when I'm in the mood for something less acidic and don't want to splurge on something that only comes in a 10-12oz. bag.

I've ordered this coffee several times and haven't found the coffee to be too weak as some reviewers have, but it is important to note that I normally use a stovetop percolator or, occasionally, an electric percolator. I haven't tried this particular coffee from a drip coffeemaker, but I have noticed with Eight O'Clock (for instance) that it is stronger from my stovetop percolator (perking for around 6-7 minutes according to a manual kitchen timer) than from my automatic electric percolator at its standard setting, and stronger and slightly different-tasting from either one of those than from a relative's electric drip coffeemaker. YMMV.
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