Review: Diedrich Morning Edition K-Cups
Everyone here at Single Serve Coffee.com is always looking for that perfect breakfast blend cup of coffee, because sometimes in the morning you don't want some super heavy cup of coffee but you might want something full and complex. Jim Evans at CoffeeWhiz.com sent us a set of Diedrich K-Cups for the Keurig B-40 Elite, Keurig B50 Gourmet, Keurig B-60 Special Edition brewers and we have been enjoying the Diedrich Morning Edition K-Cups over the past week.
But let's talk a little about Diedrich first. The Diedrich Story is as rich as the flavor of their coffee. It all started in 1916, when Charlotte Diedrich inherited a coffee plantation in Costa Rica. The coffee knowledge from owning the plantation passed down the different generations of Diedrichs until they opened a coffeehouse in the 1960s followed by many more. They now have over 30+ store locations and you can also order their coffee and K-Cups online at Diedrich Coffee, Inc.
Now Diedrich describes their Morning Edition K-Cups as:
A full-bodied, full roast with creamy vanilla sweetness, aromas of leather and spice and a hearty satisfying finish.
What did we think? How satisfying is the finish? We can tell you right now this is a very full bodied cup of coffee that has a sweet yet satisfying finish.
We fired up the Keurig B-60 Special Edition and proceed to use the 7.25oz setting. We also have our B-60 set at 190 F and find coffee turns out great at this temperature.
The Diedrich Morning Edition K-Cups make a great cup of coffee. It's a very full bodied but lighter tasting coffee. The flavor is very complex with a note of vanilla and a great finish on the tongue with a sweet lingering aftertaste. We really like how it seemed to look very light and rosy but is so complex for a morning / breakfast blend cup of coffee.
We can only say this - try it out. Out of all the Diedrich K-Cups we've like the morning edition best so far. We're going to give this a solid 4 out of 5 cups. We think if you're a light coffee drinker looking for something interesting then this could be your next breakfast blend.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at February 27, 2006 7:46 AM