10 of the Best Rated Coffee Beans

Here at The Brew House Coffee of Marshalltown, Iowa, we know that great coffee has become a staple in the modern diet – why else would we go out of our way in search of the ‘perfect’ coffee shop, or spend our hard earned cash on a home barista setup?

We like our coffee black, with cream, loads of sugar, whipped into a Frappuccino, upside down, shaken and not stirred. We want double shots, triple shots or just pure and classic like the Italians do it. Morning, noon or night we need our coffee.

The fact is, the coffee industry is booming and everyone wants a cup. If you are a lover of all things coffee and want to venture outside of your average, everyday grind we have a list of the 10 best coffee beans you should try before you die.

Whether you like a strong, dark Columbian bean or a medium roast with light, refreshing floral undertones there is something for everyone on this list.


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Read on with us as we travel the globe asking one simple question; who has the best beans in the coffee business?​


1. Columbian Supremo

The landmark best in the world coffee producer lies within the mountainous regions of Columbia.

The Supremo is dark and almost bitter with a deep aroma that is uniquely Columbian.

Harvested from the dark, volcanic soil, these beans have a rich, medium bodied taste that is as aromatic as it is delicious – you’ll need to try them yourself to experience!

2. Kona Beans from Hawaii

Welcome to the beautiful island paradise where you can get juicy pineapple and Kona coffee.

Harvested from the dark, volcanic soil, these beans have a rich, medium bodied taste that is as aromatic as it is delicious – you’ll need to try them yourself to experience!

In fact – Kona coffee beans have been voted “best coffee beans in America” by Forbes – that means something! The catch: you have to make sure you’re getting authentic beans as their are lots of fake’s out there.

 3. Arabica beans from Mexico

Arabica beans grown in the southern regions of Mexico thrive in the humid climate and are a little nutty, really rich and even have hints of chocolate (who doesn’t love that?!?).

Coffee crops are some of the fastest growing in areas like Veracruz and Oaxaca; you’re bound to find a bean you like from one of the over 100,000 small coffee farms in the region.

4. Bouquete beans from Panama

Rounding out our North American tour with Panama we find some of the best beans in the world.

Sweet, rich and full-bodied flavor lie in the soil of these coffee bean farms lie here within the soil. Check out the Bouquete beans for some of the best in the country.

5. Peaberry beans from Tanzania

Infused with flavor, the peaberry beans found in Tanzania are unique because they only have one fertilized bean instead of two in the cherry.

Infused with flavors of rich chocolate, this bean is the perfect balance of balanced body and full flavor – one of our favorites, don’t miss trying it!

6. Dark Sumatra Mandheling Beans from Indonesia

Sumatra beans are known for their earthy flavor and dark Sumatra beans are infused with dark, full richness.

Brewed this has a low acidity and smells a bit like sweet maple syrup.​

7. Roast Espresso Beans from Italy

Italian grown espresso beans are some of the most famous and popular in the world of coffee fanatics.

These beans are oily in texture but smooth in taste. Deeply aromatic Italian espresso beans will make your house smell like heaven.​

8. French roast beans from Papua New Guinea

The French Roast from Papua New Guinea uses plants from the Jamaican Blue Mountain growing region and have become a fan favorite among coffee lovers worldwide.

Fill your senses with sweet berry taste that includes a rich finish.​

9. Monsooned Malabar beans from India

Mellow flavor lies within the Monsooned Malabar beans from India given their name because of how the wind disperses them during the monsoon season.

The beans expand with moisture and create a rich finish – so we recommend trying them if you live in a humid environment to get the most out of the experience.

10. Yiracheffe Beans from Ethiopia

Last but not least we have the fruity boldness of the Yiracheffe beans from Ethiopia. Get your day started with a jolt of cherry flavor and caffeinated goodness with these unique beans.

Mmmm, is your body craving a fresh, exotic brew after reading about the above wonder beans?

Enjoy these beans as they are or dress them up with froth, sugar or spice – it all depends on your brewing method. Whatever your taste is for the day you will find something unique and different within each bean and within its given region of growth. From earthy to fruity, bold to bitter expand your taste buds and explore some of the best coffee found throughout the world. Get your coffee on today at The Brew House Coffee in Marshalltown, Iowa !

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