IKEA Coffee Review

While not know for its coffee, IKEA is famous for its affordable yet stylish furniture and decorations — the latter of which we sought to purchase for the wedding. Specifically, we went to IKEA in a semi-last minute effort to find wood slices for our wedding’s table decorations.

We perused the somewhat defined trajectory of sample setups, many of which displayed our own furniture — it would, this is where we purchased most of it. Halfway through, we arrived at the cafeteria-style restaurant famous for its meatballs where I picked up, you guessed it, coffee!

Review: I quickly noticed that my cup had a delightfully sweet aroma. At first taste I was intrigued, and upon second examination, I was able to detect hints of berries. Overall, it was a surprisingly full bodied, low acidity, semi-sweet cup of Scandinavian coffee.

At $1.00 a cup and free refills, this is a great cup! I may not go out of my way to buy IKEA’s coffee the way people do for their meatballs, but it is good, and that’s something I was not expecting to say about a furniture store. The Ramdolfi Score: 4.5/10.

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(Featured Image by: Mr. Ramdolfi)

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8 thoughts on “IKEA Coffee Review

  1. Wow, I would have never guessed it from a furniture store! I’m craving it right now, just from the picture. 😀 I really love coffee, despite the fact that I don’t get it very often, due to the fact that I have a large family with several siblings ahead of me and my parents, therefore the coffee is mostly for them ’cause it’s expensive and I’m younger. XD That was a really long ramble. Oops

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    1. Hi M, thank you for sharing your comment! I can definitely understand that family dynamic. Growing up I always wanted to take pictures, but the film was so expensive and I don’t think digital cameras were even around at the time. I take it you don’t live in the U.S.? Over here, at least in LA, supply and demand have worked their magic and you can find decent cups for just cents. 😄

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      1. I actually DO live in the U.S.! 😀 It’s just that we live very far out into the country, so we usually travel an hour to go on our big shopping trips, and my fam is a coffee snob so the coffee we get is usually a bit on the expensive side. 😛 So yeah, we make our coffee at home most of the time. I live in WI, btw. 🙂

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      2. Interesting! I did not think about that possibility. 😅 Living in the country must be amazing! You must actually be able to see stars at night! 😄 Admittedly, I’m a bit of a coffee snob too, so I’m curious. Are we talking about Blue Bottle (my favorite), or are we talking about Geisha coffee? 🤔

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      3. Ahh, yes. The stars are beautiful at night! 😀 Hmm, I do not believe I have tried blue bottle or Geisha! 😛 We mostly just get the best stuff available that is also affordable to us. 🙂 I would love to try those sometime, though.

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      4. Indeed you should! Blue Bottle is as high-end as I am willing (and able) to afford. It’s definitely worth the $4-$5 a cup. 😄 Geisha is objectively known to be the most expensive coffee around. I would love to try it, but it is way out of my price range. Haha, someday. Cheers! ☕️️

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