June 2, 2011

Brew Over Ice Tea and Coffee K-Cups Perfect for Summer Drinks


It's finally that time of year here in the wonderful Spring/Summer of 2011 for iced coffees and teas for your Keurig brewer. If you own any Keurig brewer you can choose from a variety of iced coffees and teas that will make your travel mug or plastic tumbler very happy, and in the end you refreshed. We are pretty partial to the Iced Coffee French Vanilla, but we are also a big fan of some of the iced teas.

How to brew iced coffee and tea with your Keurig Brewer:

  1. Fill a 16-oz. plastic cup with ice and place it under a Keurig Brewer
  2. Choose the 6-oz.or 8-oz. button
  3. Brew directly over ice
  4. he ice does the rest -- stir and enjoy!

The full list of Brew Over Ice Coffee K-Cups and Brew Over Ice Tea K-Cups include:

  • Nantucket Blend Iced Coffee
  • French Vanilla Iced Coffee
  • Half and Half (Black Tea and Lemonade)
  • Southern Sweet Tea
  • Sweet Berry Lime Green Tea
  • Sweet Lemon Black Tea
  • Sweet Peach Black Tea
  • Sweet Raspberry Black Tea
  • Sweet Tropical Breeze White Tea
  • Unsweetened Black Tea

We'll be enjoying some Half and Half later today at lunch, and make sure and give iced coffee or tea a chance this Summer. You will not regret the change.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at June 2, 2011 7:43 AM
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As a fan of a stronger cup of medium brew, the Nantucket Blend Iced Coffee is awesome as a regular cup of hot coffee.

Posted by: Greg at June 6, 2011 9:33 AM

Just a heads-up that we'll soon be featuring the review of an iced coffee K-Cup that hasn't been previously announced anywhere on GMCR's site or elsewhere online.

Much like Caribou Coffee's Obsidian K-Cup being a Target exclusive, I think this new Brew-Over-Ice flavor is an exclusive to Bed Bath & Beyond stores since that's where I found this last Fall during a trip to NH & haven't been able to find it anywhere else since.

Posted by: SH at June 2, 2011 8:11 AM
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