January 20, 2007

Hot Deal: Mislabeled Earl Grey Tea K Cups

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Looks like someone on the K Cup packing line needs to have a few more cups of extra bold coffee before running the K Cup presses. If you want a killer deal on Earl Grey Tea K-Cups - look no further. At just $6.99 a box, these mis-labled K-Cups are half off their regular price for a 25 count box.

We accidentally labeled a batch of Earl Grey Tea K-Cups as Mandarin Orange Spice. Coincidentally, the recipe for the original Earl Grey Tea was passed along to the British in China, by a Mandarin man! But coincidence aside, you get a deal on this true classic! Delight the senses with this charming combination of aromatic Assam and floral Kenyan teas richly scented with natural bergamot flavor. Our Victorian Earl Grey tea whispers of a bygone era, yet speaks to the palate of today's most discerning tea drinker. So capture a timeless moment and express yourself... elegantly.

These K Cups will work in your Keurig B-40 Elite, Keurig B50, Keurig B-60 Special Edition, and Keurig B70 brewers.

At Green Mountain Coffee Roasters - Mislabeled Earl Grey Tea

Update:This deal is no longer available.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 20, 2007 8:14 AM
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