July 30, 2015

G-KUP Creates the 1st Compostable Coffee Pods

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The title kind of says it all but in reality a Vancouver-based company has come up with 100 per cent compostable coffee pods. They’ve also patented the process. 

Why? K-Cups right now are not compostable and are piling up in land fills. A Mother Jones report said the number of K-Cups produced in in 2013 was enough to wrap around the planet 10.5 times. ERG. 

G-Kups are held together with a bamboo and sugar cane sleeve, with a biodegradable polymer lining that can withstand boiling water. The sleeve has always been the issue - not being able to hold up to the temperature of the water so the brewing process holds up.

G-Kups aren’t out on the market yet, but let’s hope they get to market soon.

Via The Huffington Post

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July 29, 2015

Game Over Coffee Mug

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I can hear Hicks from Aliens yelling, “GAME OVER MAN!” every time I think of using this mug. The Game Over Coffee Mug holds your coffee in what looks to be a video game controller. The bottom of the mug when your coffee is done has the words “Game Over”. The mug holds Up To 12 oz of your favorite beverage, and though it might be dishwasher safe hand washing is recommended.

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July 27, 2015

Hills Bros. Cappuccino Single Cups

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AB on a recent trip to Shaw’s in Bangor Maine came across 4 new offerings from Hills Bros. Coffee. All of these new offerings from Hills Bros. are flavored Cappuccinos and seem pretty sweet. They run $7.99 for a box of 12.

Hills Bros. Flavored K-Cups include:

  • Salted Caramel - Enjoy the perfect combination of sweet, creamy caramel with a touch of salt.
  • English Toffee - Enjoy the sweet, buttery flavor of English Toffee in single-serve cups.
  • Double Mocha - Enjoy the intense chocolate flavor of Double Mocha in single-serve cups
  • French Vanilla - The rich, creamy flavor of French Vanilla is now available in single-serve cups.

Hills Bros. Coffee Cappuccino single cups will work in all K-Cup Brewers BUT NOT Keurig 2.0.

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July 23, 2015

Zebra Coffee - Craft Coffee Nespresso Compatible Capsules

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We just found out about Zebra Coffee - they make crfat coffee Nespresso compatible capsules (thanks to JRav from our Forums - you can read their review here). They’ve got a variety to choose from, and from what we’ve read they’re pretty solid. These will work in all Nespresso Maker but not the VERTUOLINE from Nespresso.

Their Nespresso compatible capsule line up includes: 

  • Mkali · [moh-kah-lee] · Mkali means bright in Swahili. This light bodied espresso blend features notes of bright, clean lemon zest followed by lightly roasted cocoa and delicate floral notes. A smooth and resonant finish makes this coffee perfect for those looking for a slightly sweeter yet balanced blend.
  • Kati · [kah-tee] · Kati means medium in Swahili. This full bodied coffee is fruit forward with a balanced acidity that features notes of baking spices, cocoa and toffee. Medium roasted to perfection highlighting it’s strong aroma with mild flavors.
  • Giza · [gee-zuh] · Giza means dark in Swahili. This rich and intense blend features bold notes of baker’s chocolate with mild acidity and a lingering exotic fruit finish. Works great by itself and with milk based beverages.
  • Bila · [bee-luh] · Giza literally means without in Swahili. This rich, balanced blend features subtle notes of ripe fruit and caramel leaving a velvety finish. Water processed to remove the caffeine. Enjoy this coffee any time, day or night.

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July 22, 2015

Crazy Cups Flavored Coffee K-Cup Variety Pack - Includes Bananas Foster Flambe

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Crazy Cups has launched a set of flavored variety packs that pack a punch. If you love flavored coffee, and you love the idea of drinking some Pumpkin Vanilla Creme or Caramel Truffle Sundae coffee you’re going to be pretty excited.

Each pack contains 24 cups and 6 flavors. One of our favorites (thanks for sending us some Crazy Cups) is the pack that contains the Banana Foster Flambe. Who knew banana infused coffee could taste so yummy. It’s almost like eating the famouse dessert itself.

Flavored Coffee Variety pack by Crazy Cups contains:

  • Pumpkin Vanilla Creme
  • Banana Foster Flambe
  • Frosted Oatmeal Cookie
  • Cinnamon Churro
  • Caramel Truffle Sundae
  • Salted Caramel. 

All of the Crazy Cups contain 13 grams of coffee which is 35% more coffee than other K-Cups .Crazy Cups are good for the environment with a recyclable cups using a very cool peel-recycle technology. You simply dump them out and remove the filter and the #2 plastic can be recycled.

These Crazy Cups are also compatible with Keurig K-Cup Brewers including Keurig 2.0.

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