We guarantee our product and your satisfaction. If for any reason you are not fully satisfied with your order, you may return it for a refund within 30 days.
Most orders ship within 1-2 business days of ordering. Exceptions are noted during peak shipping times such as holidays.
Expected delivery times are:
Within 2-4 business days of shipment in the northeast
Within 4-6 business days east of the Mississippi
Within 5-8 business days west of the Mississippi
We utilize USPS (United States Postal Service) as our primary carrier. USPS Ground Advantage covers the vast majority of deliveries, but you will be offered multiple shipping options from both USPS and UPS.
If you wish for a return or exchange, e-mail us with your order number and reason for return. We will issue a return label via e-mail at no cost to you. You will need to pack the unused product and drop it off at a convenient USPS pickup point or postal office. Once we receive the product back, upon review we will issue a refund or replacement.
PLEASE NOTE: Refunds or exchanges are not processed until the unused product is received.
We accept MasterCard, VISA, American Express and Discover.
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Yes, all of our coffee is 100% Arabica. Please view our Single Origins for more details on where our coffee comes from.
We utilize the all-natural Swiss Water® Process for our decafs. It is a process that gently removes the caffeine using just water. Find out more at: www.SwissWater.com.
Swiss water, like all decaffeinated coffee, removes 97-98% of the caffeine from coffee.
Yes. Even our Hazelnut. Click here for our Allergen Statement.
Yes. Click here for our Allergen Statement.
We understand the concern and Jim’s does randomly test for mold and no test has shown any trace of mold or other toxin in our coffee. Jim’s Organic Coffee uses only the highest grade coffee beans. These beans go through many quality checkpoints at coffee origin as well as at our roasting plant. The roasting process is then done at 410 to 445 degrees Fahrenheit to bring out peak flavor.
Nevertheless, our third-party testing for mold and other toxins alleviate any concerns over mold in coffee.
Yes. All of our coffees are Certified Kosher Pareve by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America.
We roast and pack every business day. Our coffee is packed fresh from the roaster into nitrogen flushed one-way valve bags. These bags retain roaster freshness until the bags are open. Since we roast and turn our coffee regularly, most of our coffee ships within a day or a few days of roasting.
Weighing your coffee allows you to enjoy a more consistent cup day after day. Different types of beans, roast levels and grind size take up different amounts of volume. By weighing your coffee, you can be more exacting with your recipe so that it tastes exceptional every time. The golden ratio is 1g of coffee for every 15-18g of water, depending on your brew method.
Check out our brew guides for more info: How to Brew Organic Coffee
Jim’s Organic Coffee was the first company to come to the market with a one-way valve bag that contains renewable resources. These valve bags contain PLA made from renewable materials. They allows us to deliver fresh coffee in a more sustainable manner.
Jim’s continues to seek for more sustainable solutions. Currently, our bags are recyclable under #7 designation but few municipalities offer this solution. Terracycle is an alternative should you so desire.
Keep coffee bags in a cool, dry place. Once bag is open, roll coffee bag tight to expel air, then seal the top with tin tie. You can also transfer to an airtight container.
See our Coffee Storage Tips blog post for more details.
Differences in caffeine really have more to do with how much coffee you’re brewing with and not the roast level. Typically, light roast beans are smaller and denser, while dark roasts are bigger and lighter. Because of these differences we suggest weighing your coffee instead of relying on scoops. If you want more caffeine, add more coffee! But the most important thing is to drink the type of coffee you love most.
When choosing a grind size, think about how much time the water will be in contact with the coffee. A quick brew method like espresso or moka pot will need a finer grind, where a longer brew time like percolator or cold brew will use a coarser grind. We always suggest grinding your own so you can experiment with what works for your taste. If selecting pre-ground options on our site, use this quick guide:
French Press, Percolator, Cold Brew- Coarse Grind
Drip Coffee Brewer, Chemex, Pour-over- Drip Grind
Aeropress (2-3 min. brew time), Moka Pot- Fine Grind
Learn more about brewing: visit our How to Brew Guides
Once coffee beans are roasted, they go through a period of development in the first 4-14 days. During this time coffee oils appear on the surface of dark and medium roasted coffees. The oils that darker roasted coffees have are desirable, adding to the body of the final cup.
YES! All of our coffees are shade grown, read more here: Coffee with Character: Sustainability