At risk of sounding snobby, I would say that the beans you buy from any grocery store really only vary by degree of roast and any flavors imparted to the beans post-roast. If you want your mind blown with a great cup of coffee, try sourcing some fresh roasted beans (2-3 days post-roast). Compare them to your standard grocery store coffee, and let your taste buds decide. To be honest, it will be a little more expensive, but you may find that it's worth it.
If you find it's not for you, then I would recommend Community Coffee if its available near you. Really only because it comes from Louisiana. :)
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