Keurig Barista Prima Coffeehouse Colombia Coffee K-Cup
There is magic in the Andes. A potent energy that imbues the coffee nurtured there with near-mythic flavor. These highly prized Arabica beans, cultivated at high elevation on small farms shadowed by Colombia’s majestic mountains, are a testament to the volcanic soils from which they grow. Accented by wondrously bright, bold fruit notes and a
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There is magic in the Andes. A potent energy that imbues the coffee nurtured there with near-mythic flavor. These highly prized Arabica beans, cultivated at high elevation on small farms shadowed by Colombia’s majestic mountains, are a testament to the volcanic soils from which they grow. Accented by wondrously bright, bold fruit notes and a distinctive hint of walnut, this deep-roasted cup possesses a sweet, full-bodied finish that perfectly reflects Colombia’s proud coffee-growing tradition.
- 18 Count Barista Prima Colombian Keurig K-Cups
- No mess design protects from air, light and moisture
- Each K-Cup brews perfect individual servings
Good Stuff Really rich and bold taste. Tastes really good with french vanilla creamer. Get it from Bed, Bath and Beyond, its only $13 from there. Stack with the $5 coupon from mailings.
Good, but not great I like a good Colombian coffee, so I thought I’d give these k-cups a try. The coffee is good, but not great. I normally brew the 8oz cup size and the result was a fairly weak cup of coffee. They should have made this an “extra bold” product with a little more coffee grounds in it.The flavor and balance is good, but I expect just a little bit more bite in a Colombian blend. I don’t especially think these k-cups are worth the extra cost. So while I’ll be happy to finish drinking them in the 6oz brew, I won’t buy them again.I would have given then 3.5 stars if I could and would go to four if they made this in extra bold.
Top of the Line K-Cup I really love this k-cup. It is my second favorite regular coffee K-cup (at this time), second only to the . I agree with their text that states a more complex flavor. The claim is that this is a premium line for those who expect a premium coffee more like a coffee shop. I tend to agree, except you just don’t get as much per cup. I love the colombian blend flavor as variety to mix in between the house blend, which I absolutely love most. The house blend is a very blended flavor without one note overpowering the others. For a change, I like the stronger note that the colombia blend offers. Both match my preference for medium or medium-dark house blend roasts from coffee shops, but not the very dark roast of Starbucks. I really feel this is a complex blend that has well more than one note, but a slightly stronger note associate with colombia blends. Most importantly, it doesn’t…