Review: Timothy's Coffee Sugar Bush Maple K-Cups for Keurig B40, B50, & B60 Brewers
It's spring and the sap is running and just in time for the limited edition Sugar Bush Maple K-Cups from Timothy's Coffee. These flavored K-Cups have an over the top maple flavor but different than some of the other maple infused flavored k-cups and coffee pods we've tasted.
What's different? The Timothy's Sugar Bush Maple K-Cups are full on maple and not a mixture of cinnamon and maple flavors making them different from the French Toast blends. We also find the aroma produced is almost like maple infused bacon or the smell of maple syrup over really hot pancakes.
As we stated earlier these k-cups are for a limited time only - much like the limited time the sap runs in the Spring that makes maple syrup. Having grown up in Northern Maine, we've actually all made maple syrup by carrying buckets of sap to a large boiling cauldron and then watching the sap boil down into yummy maple syrup, so our standards are high when it comes to a maple syrup anything. We also think you might want to know how to make Maple Syrup yourself and How Stuff Works has a great article.
These limited edition k-cups will work in your Keurig B40, B50, and B60 brewers. We fired up our trusty B60 and proceeded to get a big nose of maple syrup. YUM! We really like the aroma here and that was just the start.
We find the Sugar Bush maple syrup k-cups to be nearly as maple-like as you could make a cup of coffee. The coffee is smooth and the maple flavor is both bold and also a bit smoky. We like our maple syrup with a little kick and think this flavor is dead on.
If you add just a touch of sugar and cream you'll get a mouthful of maple flavor from the Timothy's Sugar Bush maple k-cups. Delicous.
We recommend you picking up a box while you can. We are going to give these a solid 3.5 out of 5 cups.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at June 5, 2006 7:51 AM