Coffee Blends

1517 Reformation Roast


Let's party like it's 1517! Celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation with our new blend, roasted for our friends at 1517. the Legacy Project. This coffee is rich and bold like Luther's confession and bright and sweet like the Gospel restored to the church. Enjoy one of the finest of First Article gifts, "my body, and soul, and all brewed things..." Coffee in the Wasteland: Everything's Gonna Brew Okay!

Tasting/ Aroma Notes:

This harmonious blend of African and South American beans is a sweet, bright, full-bodied and complex cup, with hints of blueberry.
Regular price $15.00

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GW
12/03/2018
Gregory W.
United States

Great coffee

I have greatly enjoyed both the service of Coffee by Gillespie and the 1517 Reformation Roast. I would recommend for everyone to try.

GG
12/03/2018
Gary G.
United States

2nd Time Around...

What is better than great coffee the first time? Consistancy in the product! Once again phenomenal coffee! When the product and the service is superb, you continue to shop from that company! Coffee by Gillespie, you have won my loyalty.

JP
11/02/2018
Jennifer P.
United States

German nostalgia!

This coffee reminded me in flavor and scent of the coffee I consumed in cafes while studying in Germany. It tastes excellent and reminds me of the land that God used to birth the Reformation. An excellent way to start the day!

MB
09/02/2018
Michael B.

Great Coffee

Great Coffee

JS
08/30/2018
Judy S.

1517

We like the robust flavor of this coffee. I'm sorry I can't give a true review of the other coffee's because I have mixed them with MICHIGAN MAPLE supplied by Schuil Coffee out of the Grand Rapids area.As noted we have a new address and I will no longer use the Michigan Maple.