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Snack War Ivan's Zibby Brew: Whole Coffee Beans - 1 Point - $5 Reward
Snack War Ivan's Zibby Brew: Whole Coffee Beans - 1 Point - $5 Reward
Snack War Ivan's Zibby Brew: Whole Coffee Beans - 1 Point - $5 Reward

You begged. You pleaded. We ignored. Until now…

We’ve had this one brewing for a long time—it’s the premium coffee your girlfriend tries to talk you into buying. You know, the one that gives you an aneurysm when you see the price. We're offering that same quality as the deluxe stuff, but without the hit to your wallet from overpriced beans and the neurologist bill.

The brand new Zibby Brew brings your favorite flavors to the table in an easy-to-sip, stimulating package. It has a rich, bitter taste accompanied by a hint of dark chocolate that gives it a distinctive, pleasant profile—even without adding any cream and sugar.

How did we pull it off? We sent a detachment of Ivans to South America, on a mission to secure high-quality Arabica beans for the new brew. We’re offering fresh, medium roast Brazilian whole beans, available in 16oz bags with a guaranteed two-year shelf life for flavor. Don’t worry if you’re stocking up for the long haul though, it’s still consumable (but less tasty) for years afterward.


We already did most of the dirty work to bring you best possible cup of coffee. After experimenting with dozens of brewing formulas (and more than a few caffeine-fueled freakouts) we've concluded the best approach for Zibby Brewing is by using a French press. This popular, easy-to-use method really brings out the full flavor of the beans.

A classic drip brew will work just fine too, but it lacks that extra kick that Zibby Beans are famous for. Naturally, these beans also work great for espresso as well, if you’re pressed for time and need a shot of energy before zippin’ out the door. There’s really no wrong way to do it! So experiment and find what works for you.

In fact, one Ivan’s developed a taste for cold brewing it, noting it filtered out the acidity—though the result was blacker than motor oil and was so strong he could walk on it. After we peeled him off the ceiling the next morning, he claimed he was speed, and had lived a thousand lives before sunrise. Your results may vary.

Snack War Ivan's Zibby Brew: Whole Coffee Beans - 1 Point - $5 Reward

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You begged. You pleaded. We ignored. Until now…

We’ve had this one brewing for a long time—it’s the premium coffee your girlfriend tries to talk you into buying. You know, the one that gives you an aneurysm when you see the price. We're offering that same quality as the deluxe stuff, but without the hit to your wallet from overpriced beans and the neurologist bill.

The brand new Zibby Brew brings your favorite flavors to the table in an easy-to-sip, stimulating package. It has a rich, bitter taste accompanied by a hint of dark chocolate that gives it a distinctive, pleasant profile—even without adding any cream and sugar.

How did we pull it off? We sent a detachment of Ivans to South America, on a mission to secure high-quality Arabica beans for the new brew. We’re offering fresh, medium roast Brazilian whole beans, available in 16oz bags with a guaranteed two-year shelf life for flavor. Don’t worry if you’re stocking up for the long haul though, it’s still consumable (but less tasty) for years afterward.


We already did most of the dirty work to bring you best possible cup of coffee. After experimenting with dozens of brewing formulas (and more than a few caffeine-fueled freakouts) we've concluded the best approach for Zibby Brewing is by using a French press. This popular, easy-to-use method really brings out the full flavor of the beans.

A classic drip brew will work just fine too, but it lacks that extra kick that Zibby Beans are famous for. Naturally, these beans also work great for espresso as well, if you’re pressed for time and need a shot of energy before zippin’ out the door. There’s really no wrong way to do it! So experiment and find what works for you.

In fact, one Ivan’s developed a taste for cold brewing it, noting it filtered out the acidity—though the result was blacker than motor oil and was so strong he could walk on it. After we peeled him off the ceiling the next morning, he claimed he was speed, and had lived a thousand lives before sunrise. Your results may vary.

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Reviewed by Mike B.
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Rated 4 out of 5
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Well Balanced South American Joe

Alright, yeah, I'm a coffee snob. I brewed it over a ridiculous amount of ways (drip, french press, cold brew, pour-over, cowboy, aeropress, and steeping). Here's what I found.

-Typical south/central american blend, crisp, light feel, medium-dark roast, what you'd think of when someone says a cup of coffee

-STRONG in caffeine, dial back your typical amount of grinds and use a medium grind

-STRONG in flavor (earthy, nutty, and reminiscent of dark chocolate with an extremely subtle hit of citrus)

Best brewing method is french press, aeropress, or cold brew. Would highly recommend cold brew, as it really brings out the flavor of dark chocolate with hazelnut, and leaves a lot of the acidic bitterness behind. Hot methods generally produce a classic, extremely well balanced taste of what you'd expect coffee to be with more citrusy notes. Medium grind recommended; fine grind assaults your taste buds and does not work well with any hot methods, and no one does a coarse grind.

Overall: I wish I could give it 3.5 stars, as it did not take to the most common brewing method (drip) well, making it difficult to recommend to the average person. However, the cold brew more than made up for it.

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Probably the most comprehensive review we've seen to date. Thank you for running ZB through it's paces.

Agreed on the cold brew---it's hard to beat.

Reviewed by Mike W.
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Based mug

Comfy mug for all your drinking needs, waiting on government sponsored coffee grinder

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Reviewed by Ernest
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Great camping combo

The coffee is fantastic as usual. The cup is fantastic due to being so light and easy to carry anywhere, especially on trips. I would 100% not recommend using the cup for any hot liquid, as you should know it's a very thin metal so the heat transfer is very quick and will make the handle hot to the touch. Mild or cold liquids are perfect for this thing. I use it for my cold brews.

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Reviewed by PTD
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Satisfying to sip

The mug is nice to hold, and the coffee is -super- easy to sip. Literally all I ask for in my coffee.

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Reviewed by Valeria M.
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lovely

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