#1 Community Coffee

Community CoffeeStarbucks may have taken over the rest of the world, but here in South Louisiana, the only real coffee is Community Coffee, and I’m not even being paid to say this. As a Louisiana product that’s been around 88 years, it’s the closest thing to an official state coffee that Louisiana has. We even serve it to visitors at our state rest areas. Made from 100% Arabica beans, it’s no over-roasted pretender to the throne son, it’s the King.

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18 thoughts on “#1 Community Coffee

  1. Don’t forget it roasting at the Port of Greater Baton Rouge… a scent that permeates the capital and all of LSU’s campus on crisp October mornings.

  2. medium roast???? a true frenchman drinks community “dark roast” and strong enough where the spoon almost stands up in the cup.

  3. This is true! I moved up to the DC/N.Va area for work after graduation. (Oh, how I miss the south). I have friends in my company who are LSU Alumni. When they go home, I have them bring back Community Coffee. I have it every morning. Can’t go without it.

  4. My husband gifted me with a Keurig single cup coffee maker this Christmas, along with 60 K Cup portion packs. The K Cups include a variety of “gourmet” coffees, but no Community. *Sigh* 57 more cups to go. I had no idea other coffees were so bad. 😦

  5. My parents drank community, my grandparents drank community, I drink community. Started out when I was kid and got coffee milk with toast in the morning.

  6. I can’t go a day without my Community Coffee. I like a Starbucks here and there, but honestly I’ll choose Community over Starbucks any day! It is shipped to north Louisiana as well, so I’m okay with dat. Wish there was a Community Coffee drive-thru (hint-hint). Maybe they could get some started like the drive-thru daiquiri shops….LOL! Now *dats* an idea!

  7. I don’t know if all of them in the chain have it, but I have a local Ruby Teusday’s that serves Community Coffee.

  8. We lost our minds and moved away from Louisiana for 7 years, first to Illinois and then a long, long, l-o-n-g five years in Delaware. The only way I survived this ordeal is that we set up an auto-shipment from Community Coffee on-line and just about the time we would be down to a half-bag left, a friendly UPS man would show up at the door with a box containing 6 new bags of dark roast. Thank you, Community Coffee. I owe ya.

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