The name Gevalia is derived from town in Sweden where it was created called Gavle. In 1983, Gevalia became available to the US through a mail-order club. In 2007, Gevalia.com was launched where it had an online selection of products and merchandise. In 2012, Gevalia became available in stores around the US. It is still the #1 brand of coffee sold in Sweden, where citizens drink coffee more than anywhere else in the world.
Gevalia makes a really smooth cup of coffee. It's almost too smooth to have sugar and creamer with it. I had to use less creamer than I normally do with other coffee and no sugar. Gevalia is high quality coffee. My husband and I both enjoyed the House Blend we received to try. It was enjoyable, had a delicious aroma, and the taste was delectable.
In stores around the US, you can buy:
- Gevalia Traditional Roast
- Gevelia's most beloved blend. It's made from mountain-grown Arabica beans. It is a medium roast.
- Gevalia House Blend
- It has a captivating aroma with an exceptional flavor. It's a medium/dark roast.
- Gevalia House Bend Decaf
- It has the same great flavor at the House Blend with without all the caffeine. It's still a medium/dark roast.
- Gevalia French Roast
- It is crafted from prized Arabica beans grown in Colombia and Brazil. Hints of aromatic smoke give this dark French Roast and intense flavor. It is a dark roast.
- Gevalia Colombia
- It is from beans grown high in the Colombian Andes. It is a medium roast.
- Gevalia Expresso Roast
- It is made of premium, mountain-grown Arabica beans from East Africa and Central and South America. It is bold and full-bodied with a hint of caramel undertones. It is a dark roast.
- Gevalia Vanilla
- This is a rich blend with vanilla flavor, and it is crafted from mountain-grown Arabica beans.
- Gevalia Chocolate Mocha
- A rich, velvety chocolate flavor is blended with mountain-grown Arabica beans for a sweet satisfying experience.
Disclaimer: I received a sample of Gevalia from Kraft Foods in exchange for an honest review. All the thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. I was not otherwise compensated for this post. Thank you!