Quick Coffee Picks: Aloha Island Private Reserve DIAMOND Pure Kona Coffee Pods
We're pretty big fans of the Private Reserve DIAMOND 100% Kona Coffee Pods. We've always enjoyed just about anything Kona here at Single Serve Coffee, and think these coffee pods are for you (read our full review of the Private Reserve Coffee pods here).
These 10 gram kona coffee pods will work in your Senseo, Bunn My Cafe, Melitta One:One, simplehuman, Krups 1010 , GPOD, Home Cafe, Cuisinart SS-1 Cup-O-Matic, and other single serve coffee pod makers.
- 36 Count Box
- 10 gram coffee pod
- Pure Kona coffee pods - no filler
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Posted by Jay Brewer at October 12, 2007 5:35 AM
Uh, folks... does anyone really expect critical reviews on an ad-sponsored site? If you know of such a site with critical, objective reviews please tell me about it. It just doesn't happen, for lots or pragmatic reasons. No offense to Jay, but if people are looking for truly balanced, critical reviews, your best bet is to find reviews by customers. Places like Epinions and Amazon are sources, likewise comments by forum members in the forum section of this site. As for posts by site owners of sites like this one and other sponsored sites--best look to that material for news and information about products.
We've added our full links to our earlier review, and would have done it yesterday had our internet access been knocked out due to rain and a rather large limb knocking out our power for several hours as well.
We'll have lots more reviews of new coffee pods, k cups, and other single serve coffees soon.
Here's the link to our full review of the Aloha Island Coffee Pods:
However on the table front - they aren't pitches - we're pretty coffee table obsessed here at Single Serve Coffee.
I sometimes wonder if articles like this are strictly here to push business Amazon's way and for no other reason. The article says nothing about the pods other than they're "for you", and provides a link to buy them. With all the varieties of pods and K-cups available, couldn't you spend more time reviewing them and do less shilling for Amazon or whoever? I come to this site for meaningful reviews, not merchandising. Lately, I've seen very few meaningful articles.