July 19, 2013

Hell's Kitchen K-Cups

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Not much is know about the Hell's Kitchen K-Cups, but it looks like Fox is putting a package of Hell's Kitchen K-Cups in a promotional bundle sent out to TV reviewers. The show Hell's Kitchen is one of our favorite, and the Hell's Kitchen better live up to Chef Ramsey's expectations. We're not sure if these K-Cups will ever be available outside of the promotional bundle, but we'd love to try them even if we had to travel to Hell and back.

Update:

They offer:

  • Hell's Roast - Dark roast Rich, smoky and fiery
  • Executive Chef's Blend - Dark roast Deep and flavorful
  • Three Star Blend - Medium roast Bold and smooth

On their website, they offer a two pack of ground coffee for $17.98. No mention of Hell's Kitchen K-cups.

However they do offer the following K-cups:

French Roast, Hazelnut, Mexican High Grown, French Vanilla, Peruvian, Sea Salt Carmel, Rainforest Blend, Chocolate Morsel, Breakfast Blend, and Full City Roast.

They come 10 to a box and use a recyclable filter. I could not find a price for ordering the kcups. It appears they are only available for retailers.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at July 19, 2013 5:13 AM
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