February 22, 2013
There's even more coffee now for your Keurig brewer and it's from the same people who make T-Disc coffees - Gevalia. Coffee for Keurig by Gevalia will work in any K-Cup Brewer, and there's a good selection to start.
- Single Serve Variety Basket $29.99
- Signature Blend 12CT $8.49
- Colombia 12CT $8.49
- Dark Royal Roast 12CT $8.49
- Signature Blend 18CT $11.99
- Colombia 18CT $11.99
- Dark Royal Roast 18CT $11.99
Thanks to William for sending in this tip.
February 21, 2013
Looks like Safeway has entered into the knock off K-Cup market with their Safeway SELECT Coffee Pods. Designed to work in any K-Cup Brewer, these coffee pods feature real ground coffee and come in a variety of offerings.
Coffee varieties include:
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- French Roast 100% Arabica beans from Latin America that create a truly bold taste.
- Sumatra A complex brew with spicy undertones and hints of butterscotch.
- Costa Rica A well-balanced coffee, known for its excellent body and sparkling brightness.
- Breakfast Blend A bright and smooth cup of coffee that will awaken your senses.
- Hazelnut Sweet and nutty flavors paired with an intense hazelnut aroma.
February 13, 2013
AB has found Java Delight UnCups (AKA K-Cups) at Shaw's in Bangor, Maine. They sell for $6.99 for a box of 12, and apparently the Donut Shop Blend was not that bad. These will work in any Keurig K-Cup brewer. The Java Delight UnCups are available throughout the 4,000+ grocery stores owned by SUPERVALU including: ACME, ALBERTSONS, CUB Foods, FARM FRESH, HORNBACHER’S, JEWEL-OSCO, SHAW’S, STAR MARKET, SHOP ‘N SAVE and SHOPPERS. The Java Delight UnCup will also be available at independent stores who are supplied by SUPERVALU.
February 5, 2013
An SSC reader has written in that President's Choice in Canada is offering PC Medium Roast Decaffeinated Gourmet Coffee Pods. It makes our reader believe their K-Cup compatible coffee pods must be doing well to offer a decaf version and we believe he's right. These medium roast coffee pods are compatible with Keurig K-Cup brewers, and are an exclusive blend of some of the world's finest arabica beans, specially selected and roasted to deliver a smooth, mellow coffee with rich, medium-bodied flavour and a complex aroma. The decaf process used is a SWISS Water process, so no harsh chemicals used here.
February 4, 2013
For about as long as we can recall, Swiss Miss hot cocoas have been a staple in many American homes over the years and up until now, the most common format it came in was powder packets. Known for its smooth Swiss milk chocolate taste (think Milka), this has been one of our favorites for ages. A few months ago, Green Mountain decided they’d take a crack at things and introduced what we’re reviewing today: Swiss Miss Milk Chocolate Hot Cocoa K-Cups.
Brewing these K-Cups resulted in the distinct aroma of Swiss milk chocolate with sweet cocoa notes filling the room. Flavor was a bit more hit or miss though. When we tried our first K-Cup, about half the powder remained stuck in the bottom of the K-Cup after brewing (despite having shaken the K-Cup beforehand) which resulted in a horrible-tasting “hint of cocoa” flavored water. We had to dump the cup since it tasted so watery.
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January 31, 2013
We've long been a fan of any of the Newman's Own Organics coffees, and this blend looks like it will make us a fan as well. Newman's Own Organics Café Almond Biscotti K-Cups has the taste of that biscotti you just dipped in your coffee without the biscotti. We're pretty sure these are limited so get them while you can. These K-Cups will work in any Keurig K-Cup brewer.
January 30, 2013
Mother Parkers Coffee sent us these Second Cup Premium Arabica Real Cup Single Serve Cups that will work in your Keurig K-Cup brewer. We aren't sure where you can get these stateside yet, but if you can get them in Canada - pick some up. This medium roast with brilliant chocolate overtones is one of the best morning cups of coffee we've had in a long time. The red in the design on the single cup also gets our mouths watering. The Second Cup Real Cups aren't listed on the Real Cup site yet, but we do know some retailers are carrying them already.
January 28, 2013
AB ran across Taste of Inspirations Single Serve Cups (K-Cups) while at Hannaford food in Bangor Maine. From what we understand, it is the private label brand for Hannaford Foods and Food Lion.
They offer the following:
- Breakfast Blend
- Breakfast Blend Decaf
- Columbian Blend
- Coastal Blend
- Dark Roast
- Original Blend
- Hazel Nut
- French Vanilla
They run $6.99 for a box of 12.
January 23, 2013
Pennsylvania-based Wawa is joining the growing list of retailers offering single-serve K-cup store brand coffee. The convenience store chain, known for its fresh-brewed private label coffee, has introduced Wawa Single Cup Coffee compatible with the Keurig brewing system. The coffee cups are now available in Original and 100% Colombian.They run $9.99 for a box of 12. They can be purchased in store or online. A special thanks to AB for sending this in.
January 22, 2013
When Starbucks started releasing some of their seasonal coffees in K-Cup format last year, it got our hopes up that they’d eventually release ALL of their seasonal coffees as K-Cups. First came the excellent Anniversary Blend K-Cups quickly followed a few months later by the equally magnificent Christmas Blend K-Cups and our recent discovery during an in-shop visit proves that Starbucks Seasonals are going to be a common occurrence in the land of Keurig. This past week (Jan 14-18, 2013) saw the release of what we’re reviewing today: Starbucks Guatemala Casi Cielo K-Cups.
This is great news for Starbucks K-Cups fans and we couldn’t be happier. With a total of 3 seasonals within the past 4 or 5 months, it truly appears that Starbucks have decided to make their entire seasonal series in K-Cup format which means we’re in for some cups of awesome in the coming months ahead. Spanish for almost heaven, Casi Cielo has remained a favorite amongst fans and is a premium coffee harvested from the Antigua region of Guatemala. Billed by Starbucks as a medium roast & having hints of lemon with satisfying dark cocoa notes, we couldn’t wait to give this one a try. Lemon & dark cocoa? Not exactly 2 flavors you’d expect would pair well together, but Starbucks claims it’ll work for virtually any dish from the main meal to desserts.
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