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A guide to Gloria Jeans coffee

With their 60 exclusive signature coffee blends and flavoured coffees, Gloria Jeans coffee has become a global brand. They strive for perfection and this results in extremely successful varieties.

Which Gloria Jeans coffee blend?

Blends
By combining several varieties of coffee, Gloria Jeans Coffee researchers have created a wide range of different blends, providing very diverse coffee drinking experience. Suggestions for different tastes
If rich aroma is the most important attribute you look for in your coffee, the Colombian Supremo, Hawaiian Kona 100% or Huehuetenango are the blends you may appreciate the most. If you prefer smooth finish and a balanced "mouth feel", blends like Panama Estate and French Breakfast can be your "cup of coffee". Full body and low in acidity blends, such as Sumatra, Paradiso Blend Dark, Italian Espresso or Authentic Mocha Java can appeal to those who enjoy dark textured coffee. Floral aromas are very popular in Gloria Jeans Coffee Blends.
There are eight different floral blends with a variety of texture, aroma and acidity, from the well-balanced GJ Special Blend to Royal Zimbabwe's chocolaty flavour. Almost all of the blends are available in the decaffeinated version as well, so that even the most health conscious person can enjoy them.

Which Gloria Jeans Flavored coffee?

Which flavour should you choose?
Gourmet Flavored coffees are undoubtedly the trademarks of Gloria Jeans Coffee brand with their unbeatable span of coffee flavours.
Amaretto will surely be one such surprising favourite with its striking almonds and cherry flavour. Apple Spice Delight's flavour is described as the smell of "fresh baked apples covered with cinnamon". That sounds rather appealing, doesn't it? K-cups
And now you can enjoy a huge variety of Gloria Jeans flavour coffees any time in your own kitchen using their k-cups - an easy and convenient way to create a quick cup of your favourite flavour with your filter coffee machine. K-cups can be bought in packs of different sizes and are available in almost all of GJ coffee blends and flavour.
Other favourites include the variety packs.
These contain several different blends for different moods and occasions. Final word
Whichever is your favourite, Gloria Jeans Coffees brings you a wide variety of blends and flavours to cater to every taste.

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