Specialty K-Pods

Discuss flavors, brew temperatures, blending, and cupping notes.
TangyWasabi

#1: Post by TangyWasabi »

Hey all, I've been doing a lot of work at a location where a Keurig is my only feasible way of getting coffee. I wanted to know if anyone knew of any specialty roasters that sold some killer K-pods. I'm pretty done with the Donut Shop pods if I'm being honest. I also don't want to have to run down a floor to wash a reusable k-pod, so I'd be looking for disposable ones.

Thanks in advance for the suggestions!

tglodjo

#2: Post by tglodjo »

Haven't verified, but a friend recently told me that Intelligentsia is doing pods now.

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SteveRhinehart

#3: Post by SteveRhinehart »

Is there a freezer around? Cometeer is the best Kcup coffee I've ever had, and I'd rank it up with a middling-good filter brew made at home. Not blowing any minds but it's satisfactory in the majority of cases (I have had a few duds over the years).

They ship and store frozen. You can pop a cup directly into your Keurig machine on an 8 fl oz setting and it will melt and dilute to filter strength.

macal425

#4: Post by macal425 »

I always felt that Peet's Major Dickinson blend was kind of decent. However, that was a few years ago when working in an office, before I really started to get into the hobby. Not sure how it would stack up against what I make at home now.

SutterMill

#5: Post by SutterMill »

Dutch Bros coffee has k cups that are decent.

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mckolit

#6: Post by mckolit »

Bodhi leaf coffee sells pods. I haven't tried them, but their coffee is good every time I go there.