January 19, 2007

Review: Java Juice "Black Gold" Coffee Extract

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The staff at Single Serve Coffee is always open to the world of coffee concentrates and extracts. Recently we hit pay dirt with the Stomping Grounds line of coffee concentrates, and now we've hit pay dirt again with Java Juice Coffee Extract. What is Java Juice Coffee Extract?

Java Juice is a single-serving pouch of liquid coffee concentrate. A pure coffee extract, Java Juice is made from 100% premium, organic coffee beans and triple-filtered water, nothing else. No additives or preservatives. Java JuiceĀ® is a pioneering coffee product designed for hundreds of different uses. Use Java JuiceĀ® for making superior organic coffee on the go, at home, for cooking, camping and much more. Rip it, drip it, and sip it.

What do we think? Is Java Juice worth trying? Where does it fit into your overall single serve coffee lifestyle?

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Making a cup of Java Juice is quite easy. We're fortunate enough to have a instant hot water dispenser in our kitchen, and this is all you really need to make a cup of Java Juice coffee - piping hot water. You simply pour the contents of the packet into you cup and add hot water.

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What we noticed immediately was the different aroma the Java Juice coffee produces. We're very much into the aroma the coffee produces along with the flavor it matches. The Java Juice coffee has a very "concentrated" nose. It smells very rich and a bit on the sharp side of coffee nose. We can't say at first we liked it, but after a cup or two started not to notice it. This sounds bad, but the coffee nose produced is very different and due to this not being brewed coffee, but coffee that has been awoken from a deep concentrated slumber.

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The taste? Excellent. The coffee is very smooth and not bitter. We noticed it was quite easy on our stomachs after several cups. We really liked the flavor overall and found that other members of the staff too liked the coffee. We also performed several "stealth" blind coffee tastes tests using the Keurig B70 with Tully's French Roast and then a cup of Java Juice Black Gold coffee. Most people liked both cups of coffee and the results were dead even on nose.

We think you'll enjoy Java Juice Coffee extract for travel and also for office coffee. We don't see ourselves switching at home, but we do see how easy this coffee is to make. We think if you fall into either category above and are looking for a good coffee alternative this is a pretty decent cup of coffee.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 19, 2007 7:04 AM
Recent Comments

I found the flavor of java juice to be delicious. Having a fresh, always-on-hand coffee option is wonderful. I also like that I can bring them around with me wherever I go so I'm sure to always have access to a good cup of coffee. The comments you made about the "nose" of this coffee were very accurate and well stated. Personally, I found the strong aroma and taste, at least the first cup when it's really noticeable, to be delicious.

Posted by: Java Juice Video Review at June 6, 2008 7:00 PM

How about pouring it straight into hot milk w/ foam, like a latte, using the concentrate like an espresso, would that work?

Posted by: Lenny at January 20, 2007 9:44 AM
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