March 11, 2015
RealCup is continuing to add to their great line of RealCup coffee products with the introduction of the Tim Hortons Variety Pack. The Tim Hortons Variety Pack includes 12 RealCup capsules of each great blend.... Original, Dark, and French Vanilla. RealCup will be at the upcoming NAMA show in Las Vegas, and if you visit them you can try any of their RealCup capsule products.
RealCup capsules will work in all Keurig K-Cup brewers and Keurig 2.0.
March 10, 2015
We continue our review of the Numi Organic Teas Real Cups today by checking out the 2nd flavor in the line-up… Numi Rooibos Chai Real Cups. Normally we associate chai tea as having a traditional black tea base, so to have one with a rooibos base was an interesting change of pace. We always found that taking a chai tea black rendered the spices way too potent and created an intoxicatingly over-spiced cup which was to the point of being sickening, hence why most chai teas are usually transformed into chai lattes via the addition of milk. Would the lighter bodied rooibos tea make any difference this time around? Would it allow us to finally drink a chai tea au natural (i.e. sans milk)? Read on to find out.
Continue reading: "Numi Rooibos Chai Real Cups Review"
March 9, 2015
You will most likely forget about drinking other Dark Roast coffees after you have a cup or two of Brooklyn Beans Fuhgeddaboutit Coffee. This tasty, full-bodied, smoky blend is packed extra fresh, and made with 100% Arabica coffee.
The Brooklyn Beans Fuhgeddaboutit Coffee Single Cups will work in K-Cup Brewers BUT NOT Keurig 2.0.
March 3, 2015
Keurig Green Mountain has announced the addition of the Keurig 2.0 K200 series to its family of Keurig 2.0 brewers.At a suggested retail price of $119.99-$129.99, the new Keurig 2.0 K200 has the ability to brew both a single cup and a four-cup carafe, and is available in a variety of classic and trend-forward colors. It also has a very small footprint compared to the current lineup of Keurig 2.0 brewers.
The new K200, offers the ability to brew both a single cup using a K-Cup pack, as well as a carafe using the new K-Carafe pack. The brewer will be available beginning May 12, 2015 on Keurig.com, and nationwide this summer at major retailers.
The new Keurig 2.0 K200 brewer features:
- Available in an array of colors, including Black, White, Strawberry, Sandy Pearl, Turquoise, Violet and Orange Zest
- Nine brew sizes ranging from four oz. to 30 oz. 40 oz. water reservoir
- Strength control
- Black and white touch display
- Consumers looking to enjoy carafe brewing capabilities with the new K200 system have the option to purchase either a Keurig 2.0 Carafe or stainless steel Keurig 2.0 Thermal Carafe as accessories ($19.99 and $29.99 SRP, respectively).
February 27, 2015
The Barnie's CoffeeKitchen Santa's White Chistmas Single-Cup Coffee K-Cups combines the flavors of coconut, nuts, sweet caramel and vanilla to make an amazing cup of single serve coffee. Sure it’s a seasonal offering, but we kinda thinking given how bad the weather has been this Winter we should go back and treat Santa right. Perhaps after drinking a cup of his own brew again, Santa will take away some of this snow.
The Barnie's CoffeeKitchen Santa's White Chistmas Single-Cup Coffee K-Cups will work in all K-Cup Brewers BUT NOT Keurig 2.0.
February 26, 2015
The J.M. Smucker Company and Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. today expanded their partnership by signing agreements for the manufacturing, marketing, distribution and sale of Dunkin' K-Cup packs at retailers nationwide in the U.S. and Canada, and online. Dunkin' K-Cup packs are presently available in Dunkin' Donuts restaurants in the U.S only.
Under the new, multi-year agreement, Smucker will distribute and market Dunkin' K-Cup packs exclusively to grocery chains, mass merchandisers, club stores, drug stores, dollar stores and home improvement stores. Keurig will distribute and market Dunkin' K-Cup packs to specialty stores and office superstores.
Concurrent with its expanded partnership with Smucker and Keurig, Dunkin' Brands also announced today details of a new franchisee profit-sharing program as part of a long-term deal under which Dunkin' Brands will equally share with qualified U.S. Dunkin' Donuts franchisees its net profits from the sale of its K-Cup packs and packaged coffee from outlets outside of its restaurants.
February 25, 2015
Eight O'Clock Coffee K-Cups are now available, and it’s a welcome surprise to a brand that’s over 100 years old. Eight O'Clock Coffee was created by The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company in 1859, which is also that company's founding year. Despite selling off the brand in 2003, A&P continues to sell Eight O'Clock Coffee today throughout its own family of stores.
This is a medium roast coffee that is certified Kosher, and the Eight O'Clock Coffee K-Cups produce a sweet, fruity and well balanced cup of single serve coffee. These K-Cups will work in K-Cup Brewers including Keurig 2.0.
February 23, 2015
The Barrie House Hawaiian Kona Hapa Single Cup Capsules will work in all K-Cup Brewers including Keurig 2.0. These K-Cups produce a balanced, spicy, rich, cocoa tasting coffee, and come packed in two boxes of 48 capsules. The The Barrie House Hawaiian Kona Hapa Single Cup Capsules are also recyclable along with the box they come in.
February 20, 2015
The Folgers Hazelnut Cream Keurig K-Cup Portion Packs look pretty tasty, and AB while at Wal-Mart in Bangor, ME came across a them at Walmart. These K-Cups have a buttery hazelnut flavor and sweet, nutty aroma that will warm up any morning. They run $9.98 for a box of 18 K-Cup portion packs and will work in K-Cup Brewers including Keurig 2.0.
February 19, 2015
If you can’t recycle those K-Cups perhaps you can burn them? That’s right a cement plant in British Columbia is using spent Keurig K-Cups as part of the company's push to move from fossil fuels to alternative fuels. Since the K-Cups are not recyclable because, and they are a mixture of materials — coffee grounds, a paper filter, plastic cup, and foil top — that cannot be efficiently separated. Solution? The cement plant dries them out, grinds them up, and uses the spent ash as part of the cement mixture. Imagine - if you get your concrete from this plant you could have a house made of K-Cups.
One very cool thing - there is no change to the plant's emissions. The plant burned 32,682 kg (80,000 pounds) of K-Cups last year, which is millions of individual cups diverted from landfill sites.