The One about Krispy Kreme’s Doughnuts Smooth Light Roast Coffee K-Cups

Since 1937, when Vernon Rudolph purchased a yeast-raised recipe from a New Orleans Chef and would go on to create Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, the doughnut chain would become successful. But as donuts stores are known for their coffee and Dunkin’ Donuts has been captivating people all over the world with their coffee (to the point where the company is starting to become known for their coffee than their doughnuts), Krispy […]

The One about Green Mountain Coffee Nantucket Blend Medium Roast K-Cups

Before 1981, entrepreneur Bob Stiller discovered a cup of coffee that he enjoyed so much at a ski resort that it prompted him and a partner to buy a two-thirds stake in the small specialty coffee roasting company in Waitsfield, Vermont. The company produced roasted beans and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters was created. Originally a cafe and store that sold coffee beans, grounds and coffee to the public and restaurants, […]

The One about Green Mountain Coffee’s Kenya Medium Roast Coffee K-Cups

As I have written about Green Mountain Coffee K-Cups in previous posts, I am now reviewing Green Mountain Coffee’s popular Kenya K-Cups. Voted by many as a top K-Cup for its flavor, Green Mountain Coffee Kenya (formerly Kenyan AA) is medium roast coffee that barista and coffee enthusiasts have proclaimed as the best K-Cup available (note: Kenya AA was what many proclaimed as the best). The Kenya is not made […]

My Top 10 Favorite Coffee K-Cups

I’ve tried so many K-Cups and drunk so much coffee (more than the photo of coffee K-Cup wall shown above) in the past few months that I’m often asked, “What is your favorite coffee K-Cup?”! As of February 2017, I’m going to list my favorite coffee K-cups (this does include One Cups not Vue Cups or Ground Coffee): MY TOP 10 COFFEE K-CUPS Peet’s Coffee Brazil Minas Naturais K-Cups Green […]

The One about Green Mountain Coffee Sumatran Reserve Dark Roast K-Cup

Having gone into the history of Green Mountain Coffee in a previous blog post, this morning’s coffee that I am enjoying is their Fair Trade Certified Organic, Sumatran Reserve Dark Roast Coffee. Sumatra is a large island in western Indonesia and is the largest island that is entirely in Indonesia and the sixth largest island in the world. The location is exotic and is known for its wide range of […]

The One about Peet’s Coffee Cafe Domingo Medium Roast K-Cups

As I have posted about my love for Peet’s Coffee and their Brazil Minas Naturais K-Cup Coffee, the next Peet’s Coffee that I was able to try and very much enjoy is their Cafe Domingo Medium Roast K-Cups. According to Peet’s Coffee, they created this medium roast “to pay tribute to the time-honored pastime of lingering in the café, casually sipping an expertly brewed cup over conversation”. Cafe Domingo is […]

The One about Eight O’Clock 100% Colombian Peaks Medium Roast Coffee K-Cups

If you go into your local store to purchase K-Cups, you’ll often see coffee from Eight O’Clock Coffee. Sure, people today may have heard of Starbucks, Peet’s, Seattle’s Best, etc.  But not many people are aware that Eight O’Clock Coffee has been around since 1859 and was the most popular brand of coffee in the United States in 1930. Created by the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company (later known […]

The One about Seattle’s Best Coffee – Breakfast Blend K-Cups

Before Seattle’s Best Coffee became a subsidiary coffee retailer owned by Starbucks, going back as far as 1969, Seattle’s Best Coffee was an ice cream and coffee shop known as Wet Whisker based in northwest Seattle. Founder Jim Stewart would purchase green coffee beans from local roasters to be roasted and he sold them at Wet Whisker.  As the shop was sold in 1970, Jim Stewart and his brother Dave […]