What kind of Arabica Bean does McDonald’s coffee use to make it taste so good?

What kind of Arabica Bean does McDonald’s coffee use to make it taste so good?

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  1. McDonald’s purchases Gaviña coffee beans which are a blend of South American Arabica beans blended from Brazil, Colombia, Guatemala, and Costa Rica and roast them to a medium, not dark roast, like many other coffee houses do. They also make small batches and keep coffee fresh at lower holding temperatures than some coffee shops have their held, drip coffee.
    Thank you for the A2A Mario Uriarte

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  2. I believe that MickeyD isn’t using a special bean; what makes their coffee so good is that it’s made in relatively small amounts and made often. It’s fresh, it hadn’t spent hours on the heating element burning and getting stale.

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