March 30, 2006

Review: Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Fair Trade Island Coconut™ K-Cups

Review from Single Serve - Coffee Pod Reviews T4039 Large-1We've spent the last day drinking the new Fair Trade Island Coconut from Green Mountain Coffee Roasters. This new Fair Trade K-Cup for is for your Keurig brewer and we're quite impressed. This is the first coconut flavored coffee we've had here at and we think it's quite yummy.

Green Mountain describes this coffee as:

Indulge your senses with this delightfully fragrant, tropical taste treat. We've captured the lush aroma of freshly grated coconut — fruity, fresh, exotic — and blended it with the subtle sweetness of a lightly-roasted, Central American coffee. The result is as refreshing as it is unexpected. Be transported to your own private island paradise with our Fair Trade Island Coconut... it's one sweet destination!

It's a light refreshing cup of coffee. You can almost feel the coconut oil on your tongue after each sip. The coffee has a wonderful aroma of coconut as well - almost hypnotic. Though the coffee is considered light and flavored, we also found the coffee to be bold in the taste category.

Img 2326What's great about the Fair Trade Island Coconut K-Cups is there also continues to be a slight nose of coconut followed by a great taste of coconut flavor. The two are matched up perfectly.

We also continue to really enjoy the fact almost all of the new Green Mountain Coffee K-Cups are Fair Trade. When you choose Fair Trade Certified and organic coffees, you improve the quality of life in coffee communities around the world. Fair Trade means fair wages, fair prices, and a fair deal for coffee growers all over the planet.

We can't but recommend this interesting and flavorful coffee. We're going to give this 4 out of 5 cups.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at March 30, 2006 8:15 AM

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