Daily Rise Coffee Review

Anyone who knows me personally, knows that I have a coffee obsession. Coffee presses, pour-over, Cold brews, green beans, espressos, you name it and I love it! So when, Beth over at Daily Rise Coffee offered me the opportunity to test out some of their organic coffees, I couldn't say no! I am also obsessed with their Instagram; if you are a coffee lover then you need to check them out like stat!

Did you know that non-organic coffees are sprayed with tons of pesticides and herbicides, so if you're not buying organic, you are drinking a big cup of toxins. I do still occasionally drink Starbucks when I'm out shopping, but I really wish that we had a Daily Rise coffee shop locally! Until then, I guess I'll just have to settle for brewing my own at home.


The coffee that I tried first was the Organic Natural Ethiopia Sidamo, a light roast coffee. (The date obviously gives me away; yes I'm really behind on reviews). I do love that they date the coffee right on the front because I'm the worst about buying too much coffee and not keeping up with what is expired, so that's a nice touch. I opted to use my french press that the hubby bought for me last Christmas. I ground up just enough beans for this cup of coffee and heated my water in the tea kettle and added a couple of tablespoons of coffee + the hot water and allowed it to steep for about 5-6 minutes.

My favorite part!


Once the coffee was ready, I added it to my Vitamix Blender with coconut oil, grass-fed butter, honey and maca. Oh my, so delicious! I absolutely loved the taste of the Light Roast coffee, it has a really sweet, smooth taste and not bitter, like some coffees. I also made the hubby a cup of coffee & he loved it as well. I am definitely going to add Daily Rise to my list of coffees!

I love that they offer many different varieties of organic coffees. To purchase any of the Daily Rise coffee, you can go to their online store.

Disclaimer: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample for review purposes. These opinions are completely my own, based on my personal experience.  

Are you a coffee drinker and if so, what is your favorite type of coffee?