November 10, 2011

Starbucks K-Cup Portion Packs Appearing on Store Shelves


Starbucks K-Cup portion packs for Keurig brewers are showing up all over the US. We've got lots of reader write ins and a picture after the jump of Starbucks K-Cups on the shelves at a Belk store. Sound off in the comments if you've seen them in your region, and we'd also like to know what you think of the various coffee and tea flavors.

Starbucks K-Cups at Belk


House Blend - Wonderful balance, crisp acidity, nut and cocoa notes, and a touch of sweetness from the roast.


French Roast - It's our darkest and boldest and not for the faint of heart. A delectably smoky cup, intense and uncompromising.


Breakfast Blend - This lighter-bodied and milder coffee features bright citrus notes and a clean finish. A wonderful first cup of the day.


Sumatra - Big and bold with distinctive earthy aroma and lingering low notes. Its heavy, full body and concentrated herbal spice notes are hallmarks of great coffee from Sumatra.


Pike Place Roast - Reflecting on our heritage inspired us to create this delicious blend with soft acidity, smooth body and subtle flavors of cocoa and toasted nuts.


Caffè Verona - A blend of Latin American and Asia/Pacific coffees, with Italian Roast (a dark roast blend) added for depth. It's rich and well-balanced with a dark cocoa texture and a roasty sweetness. Available at select retailers only.


Awake - A finely balanced, full-leaf blend of bold, malty teas from India and bright, flavorful teas from Sri Lanka. It's more nuanced and flavorful than your typical breakfast tea. Full of depth and character, it's invigorating any time of day.


Zen - This harmonious blend is created using select full-flavored, pan-fired green teas from China, fabled for their legendary properties. These teas converge with lemon verbena, lemongrass and spearmint in a blissful state.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at November 10, 2011 7:28 AM
Recent Comments

I tried the House and Breakfast blend K-Cups, they came off as weaker than the discontinued T-Discs.

Posted by: Joe Bacon at November 15, 2011 12:21 PM

Also, price was 13.88 for a 16-cup box versus 11.88 18-cup box of other brands/types.

Posted by: Randy at November 12, 2011 1:10 AM

Picked up a Pike's Place and House Blend at Wal-Mart in Deerfield Township, OH (Cincinnati). They had all the types you mentioned above (coffee and tea) except cafe verona. I've tried the house blend and I thought it was good. Tasted similar to a cup from the bucks...maybe not quite as strong...but I'm no afficianado.

Posted by: Randy at November 12, 2011 1:09 AM

I bought the house blend today at Target. It was very expensive at $14.99 for a 16 count box! I haven't tried it yet but at that price- it better be great!!

Posted by: Nerdy Mommy at November 10, 2011 9:53 PM

hopefully, the fools at DD will follow suit and allow stores and online vendors like to carry their k-cups.

Posted by: Steven at November 10, 2011 10:46 AM

Pikes place seen at Sam's club in Indianapolis
38.99 for 54 k-cups

Posted by: Tom Coleman at November 10, 2011 7:39 AM
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