January 23, 2014

Starbucks Guatemala Casi Cielo K-Cup Packs are Back

Casi Cielo K-Cup Packs are Back

AB on a trip to Starbucks yesterday found Guatemala Casi Cielo K-Cup Packs. They have returned for the 2014 season, and run $12.99 for a box of 12. Why are we excited about these K-Cups? The words casi cielo mean ‘almost heaven.’, and this coffee is a little cup of heaven in every sip.

This coffee was originally developed to be the ultimate ‘fine-dining’ experience, working with the chefs at Seattle’s legendary Canlis restaurant. The coffee was designed to pair perfectly with a variety of gourmet entrees and desserts – particularly those with savory herbs or cheeses, rich chocolate or berries.

This coffee For years was only available to a few, choice establishments. But the clamor for Guatemala Casi Cielo has been so relentless, and the coffee so good, that eventually it’s been made available for everyone with a K-Cup Brewer to enjoy.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 23, 2014 7:27 AM
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I picked up a pound of these beans a couple days ago but haven't tried it yet. Very excited to do so. I decided to pass on the Kcups though since the beans will give me a much better idea of what the coffee is supposed to taste like.


Posted by: AO at January 23, 2014 8:29 AM
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