Starbucks® ORGANIC YUKON BLEND®
Hearty & Well-Rounded
Every sip is a rich adventure.
The Story of Organic Yukon Blend®
Named after the North American wilderness, Organic Yukon Blend® is a bold coffee for the adventurous at heart. Lively acidity and deep, earthy notes meld together in this classic blend. When you taste it, you get the balance and liveliness of Latin American coffees along with the heft and the lingering herbal spiciness from Sumatran beans. Hearty, rugged and untamed—simply a great coffee.
Processing: Washed & Semi-Washed
Is your coffee in the grocery stores the same as the coffee in your stores?
Absolutely—only the packaging is different. This is so you can easily find your Starbucks favorites in the coffee aisle.
People often ask me, “What’s your favorite coffee?” I tell them it’s hard, like trying to choose your favorite child (for you parents out there). At any given time, we have 20 or so different coffees in our whole bean lineup. Light- and dark-roasted, blends and single-origin offerings from every corner of the coffee world. From earthy and spicy Sumatra , to smoky-sweet Italian Roast, to the vibrant acidity and brightness of our Breakfast Blend… how could I pick just one?
But I can pick just one. And for me it’s Yukon Blend®.
- Whole Bean Coffee
- Tasting Notes:
- Big and balanced, with a liveliness at the start and herbal depth in the finish.
Balanced, smooth and rich.
- Enjoy with:
- A bowl of hot oatmeal and dawn at sea.
- Multi Region Blend
For more than a decade, Starbucks has worked with Conservation International (CI) to develop and implement the C.A.F.E. Practices program. The program encourages coffee suppliers to grow process and trade coffee in an environmentally responsible way. Starbucks invites coffee cooperatives, farms and supply networks of all sizes and scale to participate. Learn more about Conservation International
Organic coffee is grown using methods and materials that have a lower impact on the environment. Organic farming practices help replenish and maintain soil health, reduce the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and fertilizers, and build biologically diverse agriculture.