January 22, 2010

Taster's Choice Single Serve Coffee Packets Arrive for Review


In our mind here at Single Serve Coffee, Taster's Choice represents the original instant coffee in a packet. Starbuck's VIA is the new kid on the block, but is Taster's Choice as good as this new kid? We'll let you know as we sample Taster's Choice this week and also some more Starbuck's VIA. We were also never sure what exactly Taster's Choice was growing up besides something instant, but according to the web site it's 100% pure coffee.

The big factor here is price - with Starbuck's VIA at around $.83-1.00 a cup, Taster's Choice single serve packet's will only set you back $.25 per cup of single serve coffee. There's also more variety with Original, Decaffeinated, 100% Colombian, Gourmet Roast, Vanilla, and Hazelnut, but like we always say - it's going to depend on if the flavor and taste is there. We'll have a full review soon.


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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 22, 2010 7:43 AM
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My favorite is the Trung Nguyen packets.

Coffee, milk and sugar all in 1. Plus its cheap =) 16 cents a packet. I think we all bought our machines to get away from Tasters Choice and the likes =) If you have an asian market nearby, check it out on the isle with the teas.

Posted by: gorillaglue at February 1, 2010 12:26 PM

My first exposure to coffee was Tasters Choice. It was my parents coffee of choice in the late sixties or early seventies...the pre-drip coffee maker era where it was a percolator or an instant.

Posted by: JimS at January 26, 2010 10:36 PM

I work for an airline and we replaced brewed Decaf with their instant. I tried it one evening, not wanting a caffeine buzz that late. I have to say the Decaf instant is OK, much better than I expected. I use cream and sweetener and it was a decent cup of coffee.

Posted by: Scott at January 25, 2010 3:56 PM

Better than nothing. I think I may add a few to my emergency kit.

Posted by: Bigrig at January 24, 2010 4:43 PM


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