• Starbucks House Blend Whole Bean Coffee (40 oz.) + Free Shipping - Mix-Promotion
  • Starbucks House Blend Whole Bean Coffee (40 oz.) + Free Shipping - Mix-Promotion
  • Starbucks House Blend Whole Bean Coffee (40 oz.) + Free Shipping - Mix-Promotion
  • Starbucks House Blend Whole Bean Coffee (40 oz.) + Free Shipping - Mix-Promotion
  • Starbucks House Blend Whole Bean Coffee (40 oz.) + Free Shipping - Mix-Promotion
  • Starbucks House Blend Whole Bean Coffee (40 oz.) + Free Shipping - Mix-Promotion

Starbucks House Blend Whole Bean Coffee (40 oz.)

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About this item Medium roast coffee blend for a balanced flavor Starbucks house blend uses 100% Arabica coffee Offers a taste that is rich and smooth each cup Flavor notes include cocoa and nuts with a touch of sweetness The original Starbucks House Blend Description Starbucks® House Blend Whole Bean...

About this item

  • Medium roast coffee blend for a balanced flavor
  • Starbucks house blend uses 100% Arabica coffee
  • Offers a taste that is rich and smooth each cup
  • Flavor notes include cocoa and nuts with a touch of sweetness
  • The original Starbucks House Blend

    Description

    Starbucks® House Blend Whole Bean Coffee (40 oz.) may seem like a simple coffee, but it has sophisticated layers of flavor that may just surprise you. When tasting this coffee, you may notice hints of cocoa and nuts, with a bit of sweetness from the roasting process. The beans that are used originate in Latin America and are roasted to a dark chestnut color. Located just between a dark and a blonde roast, this is a coffee that nearly anyone can enjoy.

    When Was Starbucks House Blend Coffee First Released?

    The very first variety of Starbucks coffee beans was none other than the House Blend. It first made its way into the world in 1971 and has captivated coffee drinkers ever since. The way the coffee was blended and roasted so many years ago still has an impact on Starbucks whole bean coffee today.

    Starbucks Has Roots

    Starbucks is the best-known and most popular coffee company around the globe. Starbucks House Blend Whole Bean Coffee is also the longest running blend from Starbucks as a whole. Many people who want a simple cup of coffee at a Starbucks location will choose this blend, but now it can be a part of your life no matter where you happen to be. Brew up a pot-full for yourself in the morning, or fill a carafe for after dinner at gatherings in your home.

    What is Different About Starbucks House Blend?

    Starbucks House Blend whole bean coffee is a balanced option for a great cup of coffee. It's available not only in a whole bean format but also several others as well. There are Starbucks house blend K-Cups, ground coffee and Verismo® pods to meet the needs of all sorts of coffee lovers. Due to the longevity of Starbucks House Blend Whole Bean Coffee, it's clear that it has staying power and is a fantastic option for home parties or stocking the cabinets at work.


    From the Manufacturer

    House Blend

      • It’s deceptively simple. A blend of fine Latin American beans roasted to a glistening, dark chestnut color. Loaded with flavor, balancing tastes of nut and cocoa, with just a touch of sweetness from the roast. This coffee is our beginning, it's the very first blend we ever created for you back in 1971. And this one blend set the course for the way our master blenders and roasters work today. A true reflection of us and a delicious cup of coffee, period. It all starts here.
     
    • Starbucks Medium Roast
      Smooth and balanced, our medium-roast coffees are perfect for every coffee break.

    The Starbucks Roast Spectrum

      • The Finest Cup
        Years of focus and expertise have led to the Starbucks Roast Spectrum. Each coffee bean requires a unique balance of temperature and time to reach its individual peak of aroma, acidity, body and flavor.
     
      • Blonde Roast
        Lighter-bodied and mellow, Starbucks blonde-roast coffees awaken the senses gently and deliver an approachable and flavorful cup with slight hints of a light roast.
     
      • Medium Roast
        Smooth and balanced, our medium-roast coffees have a little kick and deliver a medium-bodied cup with a hearty roast.
     
    • Dark Roast
      Fuller-bodied and bold, these coffees feature robust flavors and the characteristic essence of an intense roast.
      • Whole Bean
        Get the freshest flavor by grinding just before brewing.
     
      • Ground
        Already ground and ready to brew, ground coffee keeps things simple.
     
      • K-Cup Pods
        Enjoy the perfect cup of Starbucks coffee in less than a minute.
     
    • Starbucks VIA Instant Coffee
      Get the rich, delicious taste of Starbucks coffee in an instant.

    FAQ

    • Do I need to grind my whole-bean coffee?
      Yes, you must grind whole-bean coffee before brewing. Be sure your grind is on point for the type of brew you’re making. It really will affect the taste. The proper grind allows all of the flavors of the roast to end up in your cup, without any bitterness. So know your grind.

      How much ground coffee should I use per cup?
      The recipe for great coffee is 2 tbsp (10 g) of freshly ground coffee for every 6 fl. oz. (180 mL) of water. Keep this proportion consistent no matter how much you’re brewing. If the results are too strong for your taste, add hot water to your brewed coffee. Using less coffee will create a bitter cup.

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