November 2, 2011

Barista Prima Coffeehouse K-Cups Still Top on Our List


Barista Prima Coffeehouse K-Cups are still top on our list of the ultimate K-Cups. Green Mountain Coffee just sent us over a sample kit including a Barista Prima Coffeehouse mug, and the entire staff here at Single Serve Coffee is fighting over it and the K-Cups (which is no surprise). The flavors from any of the Barista Prima K-Cups are stunning.

Why are they so good? The flavors from Barista Prima Coffeehouse K-Cups are rich, intense, dark, and most of all the coffee produced feels as if you got it at a coffeehouse not out of a home brewer. These K-Cups are also a little more expensive than other K-Cups and we feel the price is worth it. Try some out and you will be pleasantly surprised how good a cup of single serve coffee can be.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at November 2, 2011 7:44 AM
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I love this coffee! I like a richer flavor and at times I feel alot of the kcups are too week for me unless I use less water which gives me have a mug! They are well worth the extra money because remember they are still cheaper than buying at the coffee shop (and just as good if not better!).

Posted by: Northcoast Cafe at November 3, 2011 11:42 AM
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