January 25, 2012

Swiss Miss K-Cups Now at Green Mountain Coffee


Swiss Miss K-Cups are now available at Green Mountain Coffee. The Swiss Miss K-Cups produce a rich and creamy chocolate experience the whole family can enjoy. All you have to do is pop a Swiss Miss K-Cup portion pack into your Keurig brewer, and those after skiing moments will last even longer with your loved ones. Swiss Miss Milk Chocolate cocoa mix is made in a real dairy where milk from local farms is delivered daily, dried and then blended with premium, imported cocoa.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 25, 2012 7:58 AM
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I agree with Ken. I’ve never met a hot chocolate K-Cup worth drinking let alone spending the super premium price for. I know we pay a premium for the convenience of single serve but I have a hard time spending the 11 bucks on a powdered beverage (that you don’t need a machine for in the first place) when I can get 12 packs of the same powder on the next shelf for 2 bucks.

Posted by: AO at January 26, 2012 8:19 AM

I find the hot cocoa k-cups to be a waste. They always leave a clump of chocolate in the bottom of the k-cup, and don't seem strong enough. It works better (functionally and economically) to just get a packet of hot cocoa, and get the hot water from the Keurig.

Posted by: Ken at January 25, 2012 9:51 AM
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