November 29, 2012

Tully's Coffee Hawaiian Blend K-Cup Packs for the Keurig Brewing System

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Tully's Coffee has launched its newest blend of coffee, Hawaiian Blend. Exhibiting a floral aroma and delicate flavor reminiscent of a tropical paradise, the blend is the latest addition to coffees available in K-Cup packs for the Keurig single cup brewing system. We're pretty excited to see Tully's offer this medium roast coffee which boasts hints of sweetness, and a smooth taste.

"Our master roasters have spent the last year working to develop and perfect the deliciously balanced taste of Tully's new Hawaiian Blend," said T.J. Whalen, VP of Marketing and Sales, GMCR's Specialty Coffee business unit. "We know Tully's Kona Blend was a beloved favorite of many, but due to low crop yields, it's been discontinued. We wanted to create an equally unique and smooth variety for people to enjoy, and are thrilled with this new offering."

Tully's Hawaiian Blend is available in 24-count K-Cup packs online at Tullys.com for a suggested retail price of $16.49. Boxes of 80-count K-Cup packs are currently available at select Costco stores, with availability expanding to more stores by early 2013. The new blend will be available in the continental U.S. at grocery chains, specialty retailers and mass merchandisers in 2013.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at November 29, 2012 7:43 AM

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