You know Costco has a huge coffee selection if you've ever been down the warehouse's coffee area. No matter what kind of coffee you like, you can find a roast, origin, or mix that fits your needs.
If you buy the beans whole, they will keep their tastes and complexities longer, and the natural oils will not go rancid like they can in pre-ground bags.
Due to its high turnover rate, Costco frequently replenishes their coffee supply, giving you fresh beans to select from. The big-box brand sources its coffee ethically and sustainably, so you can trust your fair trade-certified cup.
Costco buyers know that most Kirkland Signature goods are outsourced to industry leaders (like bacon). Costco products must match—or exceed—the manufacturer's quality.
The Kirkland House Blend is custom-roasted by Starbucks. This applies to whole bean Decaf and Espresso blends. Look at the Starbucks logo on the label.
While buying coffee at Costco can feel like a commitment, you can now shop stress-free knowing you're receiving Starbucks-quality coffee without the Starbucks price.