Java Factory Review & GIVEAWAY!!

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Some reviews just write themselves! This one is one of those! Coffee. I love coffee. I love to start my day with a great cup of deep rich, full flavored coffee, cup after cup! Coffee wakes me up. Java Factory wakes me up with a smile.

Not only is Java Factory coffee delicious, but the names put a smile on my face! Seriously, how can you not have a smile on your face with these names!! Check out these K Cups:

Wakey Wakey this is a light roast, full body coffee.
Smooth Caffeinator this is a medium roast, rich full flavored coffee.
Dark and Handsome a fantastic bold dark roast coffee.
Da Bomb, this one might be my favorite, this is an extra bold double caffeinated coffee. So delicious!
Vanilla Dream, this is rich, packed with vanilla and butter toffee flavored coffee. This one doesn’t need creamer! YUM!!
Choconut, yummmm chocolate and coconut flavored coffee, what an awesome duo in one cup of coffee.

At the factory, we carefully hand craft each of our specialty roasts with an obsessive attention to detail because we love coffee as much as you do. We labor over every flavor, note, and aroma to bring you coffees that are so smooth and flavorful; you’ll want to drink them all day long. Included are a light roast, medium roast and dark roast along with several wonderful flavored coffees.
Each of the coffees in the Java Factory Variety box is delicious! I do love this coffee!! I think you will too!

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Giveaway: One very lucky Peanut Butter and Whine Follower  will win their own 40 pack Variety Pack from Java Factory.  Good LUCK!!!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  • Betty C

    I learned that dark roast coffee is less acidic and will have almost caramel tasting undertones. Dark roast has always been my favorite. Now I know why.

  • Jackie

    I learned that light roasts are the norm for Eastern USA. I live in NJ, and I would have guessed that it’d be dark roasts.

  • Dee Hadley

    I would like to try the Wakey Wakey coffee. I now know that the Java Factory single cups can be used in the Keurig. 🙂

  • Wendi S

    I would love to try the Wakey, Wakey, it sounds like I would be helped by it. I learned, Arabica coffee is the seed from the fruit of the Arabica species of coffee tree. I always thought the were beans only found in Columbia. Silly me!

  • Hesper Fry

    I would like to try out the Choconut coffee flavor. I love the combination of chocolate and coconut together. Sounds yummy!

  • Alesha OL

    I really would like to try vanilla dream and choconut
    Thank you, I would be really in w the hubs on this one, coffee gets him going, during the winter

  • Melody T.

    I am excited to learn about Java Factory’s Choconut and Vanilla Dream flavors! I really think DH and I would enjoy the ease of trying these flavors in our Keurig.

  • vikki parman

    Now I know what dark roast means, it’s my favorite. I would like to try Da Bomb coffee, the coffees do have great names.

  • Rick McClenthen

    I mostly purchase flavored coffees, so Vanilla Dream woud be the first flavor that I would like to try. It is important to me that their coffees do not have any added sugars or sweeteners, which make Java Factory products very appealing.

  • Lisa Kerr

    I would love to try all the different flavors of the Java Factory coffees!! But if I had to pick just one kind I would love to try the Vanilla Dream flavor!!

  • nancy chipriano

    LOL- I love the names of the coffees! I would choose Da Bomb just b/c of the name, but I think I’d like Vanilla Dream the best.

  • Rhonda Martin

    I like that they insure that the coffee isn’t bitter or acidic because I hate bitter or acidic coffee. I was impressed that they hand check every cup before it leaves the Java Factory. The Vanilla Dream sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing this review and giveaway from the Java Factory.

  • Deborah Wellenstein

    I learned that Java Factory’s single serve cups will work in Keurig brewers. Thank you for the giveaway!

  • Laurie Nykaza

    The Da Bomb s the one I would love to try. They make some great ones they all look really good and we love our coffee

  • Jan Lee

    I learned that their cups should work in a Keurig or any single serve coffee brewer and that they do not use instant coffee in their products, only Arabica (sp?) beans 🙂

  • Susan Robbins

    I would really like to try the Java Factory Vanilla Dream coffee. It is not only vanilla flavored but butter toffee flavored as well. I think it would be great over ice.

  • David Smith

    I learned that an independent test found that their advanced filter system helps the grounds diffuse better and provides a 15% flavor enhancement. I would like to try their Dark and Handsome and their Da Bomb coffees. I really like a dark and rich coffee.

  • Margaret Smith

    I learned that Java Factory inspects their bean before & after roasting to ensure the best of quality. I’d love to try the Choconut and the Vanilla Dream. These flavors sound awesome.

  • Priscilla S.

    I learned that Dark roast coffee is less acidic and will have almost caramel tasting undertones. I would love to try Wakey Wakey. I love breakfast blends.

  • Barbara Adams

    So they have this figured out..wakey wakey is the low key approach to cox me out of bed. After I’m motoring along, Id probably move to the big guns..da bomb

  • June S.

    I also like this about that flavor; Vanilla Dream, this is rich, packed with vanilla and butter toffee flavored coffee. This one doesn’t need creamer! YUM!!

  • Michelle r

    Dark Roasts: Produces dark brown beans. The beans will start to show some oily drops on the surface with this roast. Dark roast coffee is less acidic and will have almost caramel tasting undertones.

  • Diane K. Brimmer

    Coffee is not a source of gluten and Java Factory ground coffee is produced in a dedicated facility where no other types of agricultural crops are handled or processed; however, due to the use of common equipment within the agricultural community to harvest, store and transport crops, Java Factory’s coffees may contain trace amounts of grain-based ingredients.

  • Emily Smith

    Yay! I learned that they’ll work in my k-cup machine and I’ll be able to enjoy them at home and work! Those names are pretty awesome.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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