The coffee that rated highest for taste and value was the decidedly untrendy Eight O'Clock Coffee, which sells for only $6.28 a pound. The judges at Consumer Reports described Eight O'Clock as having "a complex blend of earthy and fruity, with a bright, pleasing sourness."
In the decaf category, Folger's took top honors.
Consumer Reports figured coffee-drinkers could save $25 to $79 a year by switching from the pricier brands to the cheaper ones that scored higher in the taste test. Even if you drink only one 6-ounce cup a day.
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