September 12, 2006

Green Mountain Fair Trade Autumn Harvest Blend K-Cups

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It's Fall and we can feel it. The cool air is rushing in our windows in the morning here at the Single Serve Coffee offices, and we need to match this up with a Fall coffee. We think the Green Mountain Fair Trade Autumn Harvest Blend K-Cups should be a perfect match - boasting a palette of light and dark roasted coffees nearly as colorful as the Fall itself. This special Fair Trade blend offers brisk and smoky flavors perfectly attuned to the season and best of all these K Cups will work in your Keurig Elite B40 Brewer, Keurig B50, Keurig Special Edition Ultra Elite B60, and the newly released Keurig B70 Brewer.

At Green Mountain Coffee

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August 7, 2006

Keurig K-Cup 2 Pack Deal Continues at Amazon.com

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The K Cup madness continues! Amazon.com is still featuring 2 packs of K-Cups for $14.92. That means for many of the varieties you'll get 2 packs of 18 totaling 36 K-Cups for $14.92. You can also save $10 instantly when you spend $49 or more on any combination of products offered at Amazon Grocery, including food and household items. Use code GROCERY2 when you check out. So if you do the math you can get 8 boxes of K-Cups for around $50 bucks and also free shipping. Use the link below or above and make sure you page over to the second page of products where most of the two packs are listed.

At Keurig K-Cups

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August 4, 2006

Refill a Used K-Cup With Your Own Coffee

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If you really want to learn the art of refilling K-Cups - we've got an amazing find in the SingleServeCoffee.com Forums. You'll need some Glad Press and Seal, along with some patience, but overall it looks pretty straightforward. We like the fact it can be done and also that it's very eco-friendly. Thanks to forum member "roxie" for coming up with such a cool interesting single serve coffee idea.

What do you think about refilling a used K-Cup? I've tried it and the following method works fine, and I didn't notice any negative impact on taste by refilling one time. The following method allows me to set up many K-Cups with different types of coffee in advance. Let me know what you think?


At SingleServeCoffee.com Forums

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August 3, 2006

Review: Timothy's Spanish Sol K Cups

Img 2765It's summer and it's been very hot in the northeast. We've been having what some would call a "heat wave" and it can be difficult with no air conditioning to review coffee all day long, but even a heat wave couldn't stop us. We've just recently received the limited edition Spanish Sol K Cups from Timothy's and they're really good and a perfect coffee in the summer heat.

Img 2767These K Cups will work in your Keurig Elite B40 Brewer, Keurig B50, Keurig Special Edition Ultra Elite B60, and newly released Keurig B70 Brewer. The Spanish Sol K Cups (Spanish Sun) are supposed to be a bit complex and have a nice kick to them.

Spanish Sol will bring your palate alive with its lively full bodied flavor. One sip of Spanish Sol and you can envision a soft sea breeze wafting off the shores of the Costa del Sol. Sweet, Warming, Complex. This will be offered for a limited time only!!


We fired up our trusty Keurig B60 and and wondered how would the description match up with the taste...

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August 1, 2006

Timothy's Kona Blend, Spanish Sol, Parisian Nights, and Midnight Magic K-Cups

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We just received the new Kona Blend, Spanish Sol, Extra Bold Parisian Nights, and Extra Bold Midnight Magic K Cups to review. These K Cups will work in your Keurig Elite B40 Brewer, Keurig B50, Keurig Special Edition Ultra Elite B60, and the newly released Keurig B70 Brewer.

  • Timothy's Parisian Nights Extra Bold K Cup Coffee - Smoky, Powerful, Invigorating. Extra Bold
  • Timothy's Midnight Magic Extra Bold K Cup Coffee - Dark, Rich, Robust.
  • Timothy's Kona Blend K Cup Coffee - Fresh from Hawaii, this taste sensation will remind you of the great warmth the islands capture, cascading waterfalls and beautiful sunsets.
  • Timothy's Spanish Sol K Cup Coffee - Sweet. Warm. Complex. 25 Count. Seasonal Blend

We'll have a full run down over the next week or so of these new K Cups from Timothy's.

At Timothy's Coffee

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July 28, 2006

Save Big on Keurig K-Cup 2 Packs at Amazon.com

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When it rains it pours K-Cup deals. Amazon.com has 2 packs for 14.92 of many varieties of K-Cups. That means for many of the varieties you'll get 2 packs of 18 totaling 36 K-Cups for $14.92. You can also save $10 instantly when you spend $49 or more on any combination of products offered at Amazon Grocery, including food and household items. Use code GROCERY2 when you check out. So if you do the math you can get 8 boxes of K-Cups for around $50 bucks and also free shipping. Use the link below or above and make sure you page over to the second page of products where most of the two packs are listed.

A special thanks to many of our forums users for sending this in.

At Keurig K-Cups

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July 27, 2006

Green Mountain Keurig K-Cups Now at Amazon.com Grocery

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We've been following the launch of Amazon.com's online grocery store and have to say - they've even got the full range of Green Mountain Coffee's K-Cups now. Priced at $12 for 24 K-Cups that's not bad. We've found other deals at other places as low as $8.99 for 24, but if you can't find a deal this is your next best option. Another option you have is joining the Cafe Express Club from Green mountain and getting your K-Cups sent each month to you without even needing to worry about running out. These K-Cups will work in your Keurig B40, B50, and B60 brewers, and the upcoming Keurig B70 brewer.

At Amazon.com K-Cups and Green Mountain's Cafe Express

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June 20, 2006

Timothy's Kona Blend & Spanish Sol K Cups for Keurig

Timkona SmallTimspan SmallWhen it rains it pours K Cups. :-) Timothy's has two new K Cups that will work in your Keurig B-40 Elite, Keurig B50 Gourmet, Keurig B-60 Special Edition, and the newly released Keurig B70 brewer.

The Timothy's Kona Blend had been expertly blended and roasted to emphasize unique nuances of tastes and aroma so you can enjoy a perfect cup each day! Fresh from Hawaii, this taste sensation will remind you of the great warmth the islands capture, cascading waterfalls and beautiful sunsets. Aloha!

Spanish Sol will bring your palate alive with its lively full bodied flavor. One sip of Spanish Sol and you can envision a soft sea breeze wafting off the shores of the Costa del Sol. Sweet, Warming, Complex. This will be offered for a limited time only!!

At CoffeeWhiz.com & Timothy's Coffee

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June 19, 2006

Green Mountain Completes Keurig Deal

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Looks like the Keurig acquisition by Green Mountain Coffee Roasters has finally closed. We're pretty excited to see the future of Keurig and Green Mountain together, and we're hoping they continue to offer coffee from lots of coffee roasters and not just Green Mountain.

Specialty coffee company Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc. said Friday it completed its $104.3 million acquisition of Keurig Inc., which makes single-cup home coffee brewing systems.Green Mountain already owned 35 percent of Keurig, and said in May it would buy outstanding common shares for $99.5 million, as well as unvested options of Keurig workers for $4.8 million. Keurig will keep its headquarters in Wakefield, Mass. and operate as a subsidiary of Green Mountain.
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June 16, 2006

Keurig B70 K-Cup Single Serve Brewer Color Picture

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B70 SmallerinterfaceJust sent in from another faithful reader, we've got the latest picture of the Keurig B70 brewer. You can see from the picture, the Keurig B70 is definitely more than a slight re-design. The interface looks to be more polished with some really slick buttons. We love the curving front with the accented water tank side. We also love the continued blue backlit buttons and side water tank.

Rumor has it that it will offer 4 brew sizes... 6, 8, 10 & 12, and have a larger reservoir of 60oz compaired with the current 48oz reservoir available now. From the picture (or it may be a 3D render), the water tank does look larger. If you click on the smaller thumbnail of the interface, it looks like there is a + and - to click on to cycle through the new brew sizes on the Keurig B70 K-Cup single serve coffee brewer. We also hope you can cycle through using the menu button to adjust the brew temp.

We'll keep you posted as we find out more on the new B70 Platinum at Home Brewer and what features it will really have. In the mean time you can read our reviews of the Keurig B50 and our combined review of the B40 and B60 Keurig K-Cup Brewers.

Update:The Keurig Platinum B70 Single Cup Brewer is now available. Check it out here...

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