Marley Coffee Talkin Blues Coffee, 100% Jamaica Blue Mountain, Single Serve RealCup for Keurig K-cup Brewers, 24 Count

August 3, 2014 - Comment

100% Jamaica blue mountain coffee is considered by many connoisseurs to be the world’s finest. A bouquet of floral aroma with balanced acidity and full body, leaving a sweet, mellow, lingering finish simply the quintessential cup. Marley Coffee is a gourmet coffee company sourcing beans from around the world, roasted in small batches. Marley Coffee

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100% Jamaica blue mountain coffee is considered by many connoisseurs to be the world’s finest. A bouquet of floral aroma with balanced acidity and full body, leaving a sweet, mellow, lingering finish simply the quintessential cup. Marley Coffee is a gourmet coffee company sourcing beans from around the world, roasted in small batches. Marley Coffee strives to support communities and the environment through organic, sustainable and ethical practices.

Product Features

  • Box of 24 Marley Coffee talkin blues single serve coffee capsules
  • Medium roast, floral balanced and lingering notes; Single origin Jamaica blue mountain sustainably grown, ethically farmed, artisan roasted
  • Real cup pours perfect taste straight into your cup

Comments

Julie says:

Yes it’s Pricey, but it’s So Very Delicious!!! Although I love my Keurig, I was really skeptical that pricey coffee like Jamaica Blue Mountain would be worth the cost; if you’re going to enjoy top shelf coffee like this you really should be buying whole beans, grinding with a burr grinder and brewing in a more traditional way. But I love the convenience of popping the k-cup in and in less than a minute I have a hot cup of coffee, so I’m willing to trade quality to some extent (there are great k-cups out there) for convenience, and Marley Coffee’s Jamaica Blue Mountain blew me away! Super smooth, low acid and full flavor, not as good as a properly brewed cup of Jamaica Blue Mountain, but darn near close.This k-cup has an interesting composition – it’s a filter inside the plastic cup, so as the water floods the k-cup, the coffee is filtered throughout, not just through the grounds near the top and bottom holes and the tunnel it makes as with some k-cups. And it’s all recyclable (again, love the convenience but don’t want…

Bootlegger says:

Fines in cup 0

popman83 says:

What can you say about Jamaican Blue Coffee ??? 0

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