July 9, 2015
Tully's French Roast Extra Bold Coffee K-Cups are still one of our favorite coffees to grace the single serve coffee K-Cup platform. The smoky and bold French roast is a welcome addition to any of our mornings. These come packed in both 18 and 24 count boxes.
Tully's French Roast Extra Bold Coffee K-Cups will work all K-Cup Brewers including Keurig 2.0. Get some of these today, and your tomorrow will thank you.
June 26, 2015
Green Mountain Organic Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Coffee K-Cups produce coffee that has a sweet, floral aroma and delicate hints of spice. You'll experience clear notes of citrus and ginger together with crisp acidity for a coffee that is a cheerful escape from the everyday.
This coffee is Fair Trade Certified and carefully sourced, along with being organic. This is part of a larger set of coffees in the organic single origin line of Green Mountain coffees.
Green Mountain Organic Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Coffee K-Cups will work in all K-Cup Brewers and Keurig 2.0.
June 19, 2015
We recently did a discovery on a mysterious new orange device that was shipping with Keurig 2.0 brewers. We found it was a cleaning tool for the brewers to help prevent clogging or fix a clog. We just got word Costco and Keurig are now sending notices to people about the cleaning tool and you can call and order one for yourself.
I received this letter from CostCo labeled ‘Product Information Notice’ on May 15th (i thought it was junk mail).
I have had problems with my 2.0 clogging but had just been using a paper clip on the nozzle. Apparently there is a problem and Keurig is providing a new cleaning tool. I just ordered mine over the phone and it will arrive next week. Thought you might want to let people know...
Check out the full letter here. You can call Keurig at 1-866-901-2736 to get yours.
June 18, 2015
Over at the Huffington Post stoners and pot smokers who own a K-Cup brewer are super happy. Cannabis single-serve pods are here to elevate your coffee cup wake and bake. There's a bunch of options but most of them are not available for sale.
One that is for sale - Catapult retails for $10 each, or $37 for a pack of 6. It contains 10 milligrams of THC, the compound in marijuana that produces a high. The weed-coffee combo 'seems to give a kick from the caffeine, but it isn't a jittery feeling because of the THC.
I'm not a big fan of mixing caffeine with anything in large amounts, but then you never know this could be a perfect zen state if executed perfectly. Perhaps Cannabis espresso or lattes are next? I'm afraid to do the search and find out they already exist.
June 17, 2015
Kahwa Coffee is making single cups of their popular coffee in the Tampa and St. Petersburge, Florida area. You’ll now be able to enjoy the delicious flavor of their popular Sirocco Blend from the comfort of your kitchen with all K-Cup Brewers BUT NOT Keurig 2.0 unless you hack your Keurig 2.0 brewer with a Freedom clip or other method.
Starting today, a pack of 12 Kahwa Cups is available in stores for just 9.99. The single cups will also be available for sale at KahwaCoffee.com in the coming weeks.
June 16, 2015
Keurig KOLD is coming and the number one maker for soda in the home - SodaStream is not worried at all. Why? They’ve already tried to compete with making colas and other sodas for the home and have found that’s the wrong place to be. About 60 percent of SodaStream’s customer only use its products to make carbonated water, and SodaStream, based in Israel, is moving away from its earlier stance as a homemade alternative to Coca-Cola Co. and PepsiCo Inc. products.
The company is now promoting itself as a maker of sparkling water, which can be plain or lightly flavored. Fifty new SodaStream water flavors will be available in the U.S. in August, and that means even out of the gate Keurig KOLD may behind even more that it thinks it’s ahead. Perhaps partnering with Coke for Coke at home will not be the right move.
SodaStream has it right. If you are going to make soda type drinks at home they should be interesting and different. If I want to drink a Coke I’ll buy a Coke.
Via Bloomberg Business
June 11, 2015
Cameron's Toasted Southern Pecan Single Serve Coffee Cups have just the right balance of that southern tasty flair combined with a light roast cup of coffee. The coffee produced is both sweet and has a nice smooth note.
The Cameron's Toasted Southern Pecan Single Serve Coffee Cups will work in K-Cup Brewers BUT NOT Keurig 2.0 brewers.
June 8, 2015
Made from the top 2% of all the raw Arabica coffee beans out there, WILD JO Dark Roast Coffee - Eco-Friendly Single Serve Cups make an amazing cup of intensely dark coffee. With tasting notes of dark cocoa, brown sugar, and with a name like Wild Jo you just know you’re in for a great cup of coffee. All Jo Coffee is USDA Certified Organic Coffee and Kosher Certified. Also the Wild Jo single cups are made without a plastic base and the mesh base is 97% biodegradable.
The WILD JO Dark Roast Coffee - Eco-Friendly Single Serve Cups will work in K-Cup Brewers BUT NOT Keurig 2.0.
June 5, 2015
The Mad Monkey Swingin Bold Coffee Capsules for Keurig Brewers produce a complex bold cup of single serve coffee, and I also like the monkey twist. Monkey fun in my coffee? Yes please. The Mad Monkey capsules are from the RealCup folks, and that means each cup contains the Flavor Max filter, to give you maximum flavor in a single serve coffee. The Flavor Max filter uses non-woven fibers to make sure all the rich flavors, colors and aromas end up in your mug instead of locked away in the capsule.
The Mad Monkey Swingin Bold Coffee Capsules for Keurig Brewers will work in K-Cup Brewers BUT NOT Keurig 2.0.
June 3, 2015
It's almost Summer and I decided to stop by our local target in Watertown, MA and see what the state of single serve coffee. I found lots of Keurig 2.0 and some other assorted brewers. I missed capturing an end cap of the Nespresso Vertuoline, but it was there. It seems the state of Target is lots of Keurig 2.0 with a bit of Nespresso sprinkled in.
Lots of Keurig mini brewers and stock of non-Keurig brewers seems to be less than the Keurig 2.0 brewers. I wonder why?
If you need a Mr. Coffee Keurig K-Cup brewer it's going to set you back a sweet sweet $87.99.
So there you have it. Not that much going on but not that much not going on either. I think it's safe to say Keurig is still ruling the roost at Target, but it's nice to see all the other brewer options as well. The coffee selection here and in the grocery section was pretty decent, with not a lot of new stuff. I'll try and get a detailed round up of that in the coming weeks.