Kirkland Signature K-Cup Packs for Keurig Single Cup Brewers
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. has announced it is the exclusive manufacturer of Costco Kirkland Signature brand K-Cup packs for the Keurig single cup brewing system. GMCR has developed two blends exclusively for Costco with 100% Arabica coffees: Breakfast Blend, a smooth, balanced light roast; and Pacific Bold, a robust, extra bold dark roast. The varieties, packaged in 100-count boxes, will be available beginning in mid-November in Costco warehouses where K-Cup packs are currently sold, as well as on Costco.com.
Kirkland Signature K-Cup packs will feature the Keurig Brewed seal. Keurig Brewed is a guarantee to the consumer that the item endorsed will work effectively with Keurig single cup brewers and is the "genuine article," endorsed, tested and subjected to Keurig's high standards for taste, quality, and safety. The Keurig Brewed seal, combined with the K-Cup and Vue pack trademarks, designate only those single cup beverage packs that are made exclusively by, or under license from, GMCR.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at November 21, 2012 6:22 AM
hi,,Ipurchas a box of breakfast blend ,kirkland breakfast k cups box of 100,but at home the week after opend it and counted that was only 83,, please what can you do for me thank you
We have been alternating between the Paul Newman brand Keurig coffee containers, and the Kirkland Pacific Bold. Both of them are very tasty, with the Kirkland having just a touch of bitterness compared to the Newman. Both are great coffee, and the Kirkland is just a fantastic value. I think we'll be sticking with the KIrkland, due to the 20 extra cups, and the fact that they are so similar. I don't know what the other posters are buying - maybe it's the breakfast blend that's too light for their taste? Anyhow, you won't be disappointed with the Pacific Bold!