Bokar Coffee was a dark roasted brand of coffee originally owned by the American supermarket chain A&P and sold in A&P stores since 1919. Bokar and Eight O'Clock coffee were sold by A&P in 2003.
Eight O'Clock's Bokar blend is described on their website as follows: "A select blend of 100% Arabica coffee beans, named for two famous coffee-producing areas in Colombia: Bogota and Cartagena. When ground extra fine, makes a spectacular espresso. Eight O'Clock discontinued the Bokar Blend in 2012 after 93 years in production." 
In 1979, A&P licensed its brands division, Compass Foods, Inc., to sell Eight O'Clock, Bokar and Red Circle coffee to other retailers including competing supermarket chains.
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